That's what the cruise control is for. The local geandarms have their guns a'blazin' and RADAR's a tough rap to beat.Lillie said:Although after a day at Willow going 130, its hard to get back on the 14 and crawl back home at a miserable 80 miles an hour. :devil:
Provided the convertible top can still work, or it can be unbolted I'm all for that option too. My hope however is that the removable hard top will meet SCCA rules, because that's probably the best of all worlds: minimal modifications, great for our snow/rain bound brethren, and possibly quieter than an unlined soft top.brentil said:I'm going to complete the local PCA Drivers Ed classes prior to moving up to more advanced SCCA events. I want to get a SCCA legal rollbar in the car even if I never do SCCA events.
If your thinking that the removable top will be accepted as a substitute for a legal rollbar, it won't. A convertible (open car) is a convertible, removable hardtop or not.Crimson Avenger said:My hope however is that the removable hard top will meet SCCA rules,