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1997 audi a4 2.8

Need some work done, are u interested. I travel to Southern NY every other week.

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Hi - sure thing. What are you looking to have done? Let me know and we can set up a time to go through it. If you'd like to, feel free to email me at jeremy.dellow@gmail.com with a phone number and I'll talk with you about what needs to be done.

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Jeremy

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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