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Seems like there are quite a few decent guys on here. A few military here as well. Which begs the question what drew you to the Solstice.

I mean it is a neat little car but you know there is a an automotive benchmark which can be used to identify a real man.

1. Men don’t drive front engine sports cars with less than 8 cylinders. 4 cylinders are reserved for teens that can’t be trusted with horsepower or women who by the laws of gender can’t handle it.

2. Real men drive cars with engines placed in a position consistent with where they like their women’s legs. Over their shoulders where you can hear them wail when you are hammering on them.

:glol: Present company seemingly exempt...
So .... Lofasz - would you like to AutoX or Roadrace in a comparable car? Or afraid a woman might beat you?

Sorry .... but I don't "drive like a woman" ... I can show you a video of a Sky that tried to take a 90 degree corner the same way I did.
 

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Not sure what is going on here, but it doesn't seem to be too interesting. I do have PM if any one wants to get a hold of me.

Mom is a A+ driver and JK is too. I have followed G_D in LV (NAT #3 for those who weren't able to be there) so I know he can drive also.

Last month the SSCA (Solstice Sky Club of Arkansas) had a super run that included an up and down of Push Mountain AWA Hwy 9 From Sylamore to Melbourne. Great roads! Too bad for those who missed it.

October this year the fine folks from Texas are coming again to Arkansas to DRIVE our twistys. Those interested can sign up (more info @ http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/f39/arkansas-fall-fun-run-2008-a-42419/ ) and make the journey.

Take care-Steve

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Not sure what is going on here, but it doesn't seem to be too interesting. I do have PM if any one wants to get a hold of me.

Mom is a A+ driver and JK is too. I have followed G_D in LV (NAT #3 for those who weren't able to be there) so I know he can drive also.

Last month the SSCA (Solstice Sky Club of Arkansas) had a super run that included an up and down of Push Mountain AWA Hwy 9 From Sylamore to Melbourne. Great roads! Too bad for those who missed it.

October this year the fine folks from Texas are coming again to Arkansas to DRIVE our twistys. Those interested can sign up (more info @ http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/f39/arkansas-fall-fun-run-2008-a-42419/ ) and make the journey.

Take care-Steve

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I suspected a wandering troll from the beginning. I might have been too harsh for some

of you, but it looks as if I was correct. BTW research lofasz; I think it means horse's a$$

or something.

Jackknife (see you in Oct., Steve)
 

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I think it means horse's a$$
It is another part of the horse's anatomy, but it does have to do with someone's a$$...according to the Urban Dictionary.
 

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It is another part of the horse's anatomy, but it does have to do with someone's a$$...according to the Urban Dictionary.
Yes, of course. I was just pulling his chain.;)
 

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So .... Lofasz - would you like to AutoX or Roadrace in a comparable car? Or afraid a woman might beat you?

Sorry .... but I don't "drive like a woman" ... I can show you a video of a Sky that tried to take a 90 degree corner the same way I did.
Thought Aspen would be here to get your back by now, but it looks like you're doing fine on your own. :lurk: :lurk:
 

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So .... Lofasz - would you like to AutoX or Roadrace in a comparable car? Or afraid a woman might beat you?

Sorry .... but I don't "drive like a woman" ... I can show you a video of a Sky that tried to take a 90 degree corner the same way I did.
Mom,

I would hate to lose... but it wouldnt be a fair race either. If you look at my avatar you will notice I cant even see over the dashboard.
 

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Are all these guys that frequent this forum irrate all the time or are they just protecting your aged rear end? If the later it looks like you still have some good friends!
 

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Special tribe! Fugowee, normally located on the left coast, but can be found elsewhere.


Thought it looked like him, but did not know he had another yellow car.

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Best Car buddies around are found on this Forum.

Been to three (3) Nationals and have Reservations for the Fourth in the Denver area next year.

Sherry wants to go back to Las Vegas because we had such a great time at #3.

U bought a Pontiac?

Steve

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Best Car buddies around are found on this Forum.

Been to three (3) Nationals and have Reservations for the Fourth in the Denver area next year.

Sherry wants to go back to Las Vegas because we had such a great time at #3.

U bought a Pontiac?

Steve

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Damn I am glad that you finally took the bait and got in here.

They all seem to be great guys as I would expect you to befriend

Mom actually had a bit of a heads up from me so I wouldnt get tossed after the first post

And you come back to Vegas you be sure to give me a bit of advance notice. This time I will drive the 8 hr round trip to have lunch with you...

The car in the avatar is a carrera s with the carrera power kit.

And YCDBSOYA didnt seal the deal?

As for the rest who are ready to castrate me I'll sort it out shortly
 

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Yes, YCDBSOYA did, but the Warren Fugowee could have given you a clue also.

Glad your driving again, how is the Cobra?

My brother Jay, just got home from driving the Sprite from NC to MO to here and back. Met him for a 50th Meet for the car. Hard to believe that I owned it for 37 years.


Steve

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Another yellow/blue car. Pete was still pretty young when I had the yellow 360 Stradaele but he did inherit my preference for subtle understated colors.

Eve and the kids were in Arkieland for a week. I drove past Mckenna on Firestone (I think it was Hal Greene Porsche when you lived here) and saw it in the window. One u turn and a couple hours later and it was on a flatbed following me home.

After a year of dealing with Dr's I have cut back on chasing the dollar and decided to repay the family the time I owe them. This ones for Pete so we can spend more time doing car guy stuff. As I have been on-line he has been in here 4 to 5 times asking if we can wash the car now. I actually see him driving a RHD car at some point as he already does a good job of shifting from the passengers seat.
 

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Yes, YCDBSOYA did, but the Warren Fugowee could have given you a clue also.

Glad your driving again, how is the Cobra?

My brother Jay, just got home from driving the Sprite from NC to MO to here and back. Met him for a 50th Meet for the car. Hard to believe that I owned it for 37 years.


Steve

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The Cobra is doing fine. Last summer I added a twin to keep it company. A Kirkham aluminum bodied Cobra with a Shelby aluminum block 427. To be honest I havent driven either one much over the past year. Every now and then to lunch as I keep them out at the factory.

I think of you and that sprite every damn time I eat or go past Andersons pea soup.
 

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Certainly glad to hear that he has inherited something good. <GRIN>

Sherry wants a new Solstice GXP Coupe with the 300HP 2 liter in it. Trying to get up with the VP from the Dealership to see if they will sell me another @ $ 1K over invoice and then let me use my GM card earnings to negate the over. Worked last time!!

Might need to get a more stealthy unit than Mean, maybe a Pure?

Steve

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