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    Registered User Fonzie Audi's Avatar
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    Been a while..

    Haven’t been around in a long time, not sure if any of the current members remember me. Still have the same love for the RS6. Still have my C5, here is my new C8. Hope everyone is doing well


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    Fonzie
    Current: '11 S4 | '15 S8 | '14 911 Turbo S | '15 SQ5 | '03 RS6 | '16 RS7 | '11 458 Italia
    Past: '13 S6 | '12 P85 | '13 P85+ | '10 E63 | '12 S65 | '09 A4

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    Wowza!!! Nice options to pull out of the garage
    210K miles rolled

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    Looking GOOOOOODDDD!
    SOLD - 03 RS6 Avus (905355)
    Current - 03 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 double cab - the YETI, lifted, winched, snorkeled, lockered, skidded, geared

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    Join date 2007, impressive!

    Very nice cars!
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    Registered User Fonzie Audi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Join date 2007, impressive!

    Very nice cars!
    Fonzie
    Current: '11 S4 | '15 S8 | '14 911 Turbo S | '15 SQ5 | '03 RS6 | '16 RS7 | '11 458 Italia
    Past: '13 S6 | '12 P85 | '13 P85+ | '10 E63 | '12 S65 | '09 A4

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    cheers!

    dont know if I pull trigger on new RS6 but I still have my 1st RS6. Sits at 50k and happy in the garage

    D4 S8 w700hp
    SQ5
    M2
    B5 S4s with mods
    Q7 TDI
    Touareg TDI

    im way too busy over here

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    While I'm sure it is an absolute hoot to drive and looks very menacing what it doesn't have is that understated look of days gone by. I like looking like a grey haired guy driving his boring grey Audi sedan until I make you disappear in the rear view mirror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fonzie Audi View Post
    Haven’t been around in a long time, not sure if any of the current members remember me. Still have the same love for the RS6. Still have my C5, here is my new C8. Hope everyone is doing well ...
    Great looking rides - congrats!

    Also, you're not the only "old-timer" that still checks in from time to time... ;-)

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    Amazing pair...and glad to know that there are still some OG lurkers here!

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    Agreed, love seeing the “several-thousand-comment” posters come out of the woodwork! Great set of cars!

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    VERY well done. Huge Kudos for keeping the old C5 as well.
    Cheers, G2/Gary
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    Interesting to see the differences. Must be quite a different feel between the 2 to drive.
    Looking at the difference of 600 lbs more is discouraging, as it shows that the auto industry is more concerned about
    getting more for less (driving fun, safety, more pollution).
    This is concerning for us as car enthusiasts, as it exposes us to the super green arguments.
    Less is more, finally Insurance companies and traffic experts see the downside of more weight !
    https://arstechnica.com/cars/2021/02...=pocket-newtab

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