I thought it would be a good idea to share
emails that I receive from members with all of you, since the
members are the reason this site is up and running. My goal
is to provide all C3 owners with a great place to research and talk
about C3s. By you telling me if I'm doing a good or bad job, I
know how to tweak the site to make it better (or as I like to say,
The Best Resource on the Net for C3 Vettes!)
Thank you all for
your support, and if you'd like to drop me a line (to add to this
page) simply Contact Me!
Founder - C3 Vette Registry
Thank you for your inquiry...I am happy to
First off, I could not be happier with
C3VR.com. Rarely do you find a site that is as friendly and
informational as yours. I admit, I was skeptical at first.
However, your site continues to amaze and impress me. The
advice, instruction, and information I've already acquired in
just my short trial time has been nothing short of incredible.
I haven't had the opportunity to become an "official" member
yet, but that is a guarantee. From this point on, my '82 Vette
and C3VR.com are forever attached!
To answer your question about "what you like
and/or dislike about the site"... Other than just simply being
"great", some specific "likes" would be...
*"Critical" information is always available.
*Members are genuinely interested in helping
whenever/wherever they can.
*No unnecessary "chat" in
*Attracts the "serious" C3 owner....while offering
information in "layman's" terms.
*No question is "stupid".
*That you have inquired as to my thoughts shows me you
care about it being a quality site.
As far as "dislikes"...I truly can't think of
Thanks again and I look forward to being
around here a looooong time!
It was a pleasure meeting you at the NCM Sharkfest event Labor
Day Weekend 2002. I had only learned of the C3VR site not long
Sharkfest Weekend. No doubt, many "shark" fans left feeling as if
focus of the weekend drifted off of the C3 celebration and more
the C5 crowd as well as fund raising efforts for the NCM. You had a
nice professional contact point with your C3VR tent meeting and
would be and current C3VR membership. Maybe next time you can be set
front and center in the circle in front of the NCM where they park
celebrity choice cars at the end of the day. In fact, the C3VR
the contact point and select the judges and or judging of the C3
You have built a wonderful web site. What impressed me the most is
you jumped right in with both feet after being a Vette owner for
short period of time. No doubt you have been seriously bitten by the
bug, and the only cure is to share the love and passion for the
machines with everybody. You and your moderators do a great job
the peace and moving things along in a professional way. I do
cyber self thin as an administrator at the Corvette Action Center as
as the many other automotive forums that I participate in on any
day, so I don't get to participate here as much as I would like. It
seems like all the Corvette related web sites have really picked up
recent months. No doubt the word is out. When you can't be behind
wheel enjoying your fiberglass toy, you can at least bang on the
and share your hobby with other people from around the world. Keep
the good work! The VIN Decoder has
to be one of the coolest things I
have ever seen on such a car dedicated web site.
I am getting ready to go neck deep in another C3 project. It is the
sister project to Killer in a coupe version. I am not really allowed
spread any details, but don't be surprised if it ends up with a 540
Dart block, my electric headlight conversion, Vintage A/C system,
another huge host of goodies with a more "Old School" look and feel
my machine. GOD I LOVE THIS STUFF!
Thanks for taking the time and making the sacrifice to give the
following a home!
I joined at
Carlisle 2002. I was worried that I would find a web page that was
filled with old links, or outdated material.
It is wonderful to see pictures from Carlisle posted there so
quickly. I only looked on Tuesday because I got a ďforumĒ email of
unread material, and found your posting.
I canít know everything there is about the C3ís, so Iím glad the
forum is divided into specialty sections.
I'm not much of a joiner or
follower. But since discovering the C3VR on the web I appreciate the
job you're doing. This web site has helped me access information I
need in maintaining my 77 Vette. I plan to drive to the 50th party
in Bowling Green next year, but because I live in Virginia I plan to
take a different route. I do look forward to meeting the many
different people who own C3's.
Not a member yet? Become a Member