And I finally met the owner of the Model A I see often. He drives it every day, and has put 320,000 miles on it since 1985.
Had this have been taken care of a couple of months ago, it might have been a sad goodbye. But at this point, I took my tag and belongings, threw the muffler in the back, and left.
I finally can turn in my keys and take my check tomorrow. They waited just long enough to have to pay for an extra month of insurance, and to not get any return on my registration.
Oh, what a two weeks it has been! From the initial drive from NJ to SC, to my trip to the Tail of the Dragon to Nashville to Alabama then home, it hasn’t stopped making me smile!
A 2019 Colorado WT V6
Like the old Silverado, it does not have cruise control(which is bull.) Unlike the old Silverado, it has no center console storage or XM. They went through the trouble to give it a large touch screen, but they couldn’t give it XM or spend the $5 to give it cruise? That really is unacceptable(we drive 45-50k a year in…
Thanks OpposResidentToyotaGuy for the tour!
Here is an exhaust clip, along with the end o 1st surprising me.
It, as usual, was fantastic.
The C5 has basically this, turn off the interior lights, and use the HUD. It’s an incredible feature at night.
-Daender, Miata owner
I just spoke to the second owner of my Carfax Certified one owner car.
Other than the AC not working(it was supposed to be fixed, but was too cold to test it), the journey revealed no real surprises. Surprising to me, is that it’s a really great road trip car, barring the collapsed seat.
Other than the driver’s seat being crushed, all is well. Even with that, it’s far more comfortable than I imagined it would be. Currently breaking a curse, as the only car that didn’t make a Sheetz run was the GTI.
But I really miss being able to pass people. It only died twice this week, and maybe managed to hit 87.