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QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (1/8)
 1/11/23 8:51am
Adam Wartell
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Eagleville, PA - USA

1979 Corvette Red T-Top

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Where is your most favorite place you've driven your Corvette?


I actually have three:

  1. "Tail of the Dragon." During the 2006 C3VR Member Gathering. Was the most fun and scariest ride I've ever done!
  2. Pocono Raceway.  I was able to drive my Vette on the quarter-track there during a driving course.
  3. Atlantic City Expressway.  During a "Kerbeck Corvettes Toys For Tots" run, back in the days when the Corvettes participating would all gathering at a rest stop along the Expressway, then would all depart at the same time with NJ State Police blocking traffic to allow us all out.  They also looked the other way as many Vettes tested the limits of their rides!  Me in my '79, I could only get to about 85 before it felt like it would fall apart! 
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Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (2/8)
 1/11/23 10:17am
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Equinunk, PA - USA

1993 LT1 convertible triple black 4L60 2003 Zo6 Electron/Black 6 sp

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Took it to The Corvette Museum. Went on some cruises, and car shows. 

Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (3/8)
 1/11/23 11:58am
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Shillington, PA - USA

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Sometimes on a Sunday in the summer, I'll take a ride in Amish country near Lancaster, PA. Cruising the open, winding roads with the top down makes for an enjoyable day out. I love it when the young Amish kids stop working and watch as I drive by. :-)  



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'92 Dark Red Metallic convertible.

Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (4/8)
 1/11/23 4:39pm
Fred J
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1995 Torch Red/Red Convertible #1G1YY32P2S5107847 also 2002 Torch Red/Red Convertible previously had 1989 Bright Red/Red Conv #1G1YY3180K5121126 traded for '02

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There are 3 -

First would be attending Bloomington Gold in Indianapolis and being able to run two laps on the Indy 500 track; 

Second - being awarded Celebrity Choice Award by Tom Hill in my 2014 Stingray at Fun Fest in Effingham, IL and,

Third - attending Corvette Black Hills Classic and all the venues at that event. 

Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (5/8)
 1/11/23 6:05pm
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West Burke, VT - USA

SOLD - "The Beast" - '90 ZR-1 (#682)
SOLD - "The Toy" - '70 Convertible
SOLD - "Betty" - '28 Ford Model A Tudor
Still have - "BLKBRRD" - '78 Pontiac Trans Am

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SOOO many fabulous treks were made in "The Beast".  It was THE most capable road trippin' car I have had the pleasure to own.  Probably the most fun trek was to the 2012 C3VR Member's Gathering held in Charleston, SC.  Good friend Wally and I drove our C4s from Minnesota and had a blast.  The highlight of our 2nd day on the road was a stop was at "The Brickyard" for a tour of the museum. 


The third day on the road was probably the most fun I've had while on public roads.  If you have not experienced "The Tail of the Dragon" (US 129) as mentioned above all I can say is - DO IT...!!!  It was my 2nd run on it (1st time was in "The Toy") and the handling and power of the ZR-1 made the drive a BLAST...!!!  That was in the morning.  The afternoon was spent snaking through the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina.  NC 281 between Tuckasgee and Lake Toxaway was even more fun than the "Tail" if you can believe that...!!!  What a day...!!!


After the Gathering was over Wally headed back to Minnesota and my wife flew into Charleston.  From there we went up the eastern seaboard to Boston to attend our son-in-law's graduation from graduate school.  We stuck as close to the coast as we could taking multiple ferry boats and staying overnight on the Outer Banks one night. 

From Boston we rocketed back home to Minnesota.

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Jim Olson

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 Where I've been in a Corvette...!!!

Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (6/8)
 1/14/23 4:33pm
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Ocean Park, WA - USA

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I live on a peninsula.  The other (land) side of the bay is twisty.  Depending on the traffic levels, it can get interesting over there.  It's just a 40 minute drive away.

Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (7/8)
 1/25/23 12:38pm
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Crystal Springs, MS - USA

1973 Mille Miglia Red LS5 1981 Claret Red 1982 White 1985 Silver Metallic 1988 Yellow 1993 Torch Red ZR-1 1994 Torch Red Coupe LT1 1996 Dark Purple Metallic LT4 2000 Torch Red 2001 Light Pewter 2003 Z06 Millennium Yellow 2009 Atomic Orange

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  1. Tail of the Dragon, of course - numerous times, never gets old, easily a day's drive for us.
  2. The Three Sisters, aka the Twisted Sisters, Farm Roads 335, 336 and 337 in Texas Hill Country - 100 mile loop. Think Tail of the Dragon, but with pretty good elevation changes. You could get airborne, if you dare.
  3. Talladega Speedway - track and museum, stopped in during the Corvette Caravan headed to Bowling Green. Made 10 laps around the track, restricted to 105 mph.

1973 Mille Miglia Red LS5 - SOLD
1981 Dark Claret Metallic - SOLD
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Re: QOD (Question of the Day) for 1/11/2023: Where (8/8)
 1/25/23 1:00pm
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VIR & Summit Point with NASA HPDE program.

Opened my eyes to the capabilities of the ZR1

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