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Car gathering.

guruatbol

Always on vacation!
Two clubs at the Cracker Barrell this morning.

I parked in the Vette club.
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guruatbol

Always on vacation!
That's a pretty sad Vette "Club". Two vettes, a mustang and a pick up. lol
That was the closest end to where our folks were. There was 25 Vettes there. They all looked the same. I guess if you've seen one Vette you've seen them all.



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Mach1 Driver

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That was the closest end to where our folks were. There was 25 Vettes there. They all looked the same. I guess if you've seen one Vette you've seen them all.



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Boo, I don't agree. I prefer the classics, the 61 is my favorite Vette, but I'll never give up my C5. As Rodney famously said, can't we all just ga..ga..get along?
 

Horseplay

I Don't Care. Do you?
I remember stumbling across the old TV show Route 66 and fell in love with the Vette. Made a run at a '61 a very long time ago but couldn't swing the deal. I wonder where my automotive affections would lie today had I owned that car.
 

msell66

Burning Fossil Fuels at c2
Donator
I remember stumbling across the old TV show Route 66 and fell in love with the Vette. Made a run at a '61 a very long time ago but couldn't swing the deal. I wonder where my automotive affections would lie today had I owned that car.

You’d be your real self instead of a poser. You do have that Vette mindset.




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RapidRabbit

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I remember stumbling across the old TV show Route 66 and fell in love with the Vette. Made a run at a '61 a very long time ago but couldn't swing the deal. I wonder where my automotive affections would lie today had I owned that car.
61 is the year I want too. My dad raced Corvettes back in the 60s. I keep looking for a reasonable one.

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Mach1 Driver

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I remember stumbling across the old TV show Route 66 and fell in love with the Vette. Made a run at a '61 a very long time ago but couldn't swing the deal. I wonder where my automotive affections would lie today had I owned that car.

Anyone in my club that has a C1 calls them plastic tractors, because they bounce around like one (and of course the fiberglass). I always wondered how those two guys supported themselves while they drove around from town to town and had a new Vette every year. It was a while before I realized that if you have to ask, you can't afford one...which is why I ended up with the Mustang.
 
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