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Stolen Quattro S1 replica

02/03/2014 11:52 |  Comments: 

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A rare and valuable Audi Quattro S1 replica was stolen. Let's help to find it!

Yesterday, on 01/03/2014 a rare Audi Quattro S1 replica was stolen in Bonn, Germany. Now, this is not a car that would blend in on the streets or in a parking lot, anyone would spot it from miles. Let's help Lothar Beckers find the replica of the legendary car.

Should you spot it , please give Lothar a ring or send us a mail and we will contact him. I assume Lothar would happily give the finder a ride in the car. And a ride in an S1 is something this:

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