That's awesome Marc! It is a very good looking car, but grown up enough that it's not a cop-magnet. You planning any engine mods or anything? Better exhaust would be great, but may attract more attention than you like.
I've been looking for a replacement DD and was test driving VW's over the weekend. One dealership had a clean '99 Corvette in Silver.... 345 HP I believe and only $15k. I've never been a Corvette kinda guy, but that sure would get me to work & back fast! :freak:
Sounds like you've got plenty of road trips coming your way.JUST got back from an Ogden Canyon-Trappers loop?-Weber Canyon cruise. This thing is awesome in the canyons in manual shift mode. I had to keep my speed in check all the way. It handles well in stock form for a heavy car. Used up $6 in fuel
Sounds like you've got plenty of road trips coming your way.
A few years ago I watched a group of about 7-8 Vipers coming West into the canyon from Dotsero... they were headed to MMP for some big event and I'd guess they were ALL doing 120-130 before dropping into the canyon! :freak:Glenwood Canyon in a vette would be fun unless there was any weather at all.
I get that all the time in the M3, minding my own business and I pass someone, it's like I've insulted their mother, they just gotta slide in and draft me... That or the soccer mom in her mini van/rally car.I'm down to 20.8 mpg on the computer since my little Sunday drive. There were a lot of LS powered cars on this road today. Passed a late model 'vette and a couple Camaros coming at me. The 'vette waved.... I thought those guys only waved at other 'vettes and most don't (save the wave and everything). I had a WJ try to keep with me at the top of the Trappers loop. He stayed somewhat with me around the 40 mph corners and through town. I dusted him on the on-ramp to 84. Didn't see him again.