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Frosty last won the day on April 19

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About Frosty

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  • Birthday 03/19/1960

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    Davison, Michigan
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    Cars & trucks, downhill skiing, travel, photography, Michigan college football, Olivet College baseball

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  1. What? No pictures from the Charlotte Auto Fair?
  2. When I had my Seadoo waverunners, it was Mobil 1.
  3. That's probably it. It's been 25-30 years since I was there. I remember the hotel we stayed at was brand new. There were cornfields across the street, part of which had been cut down and used cars had been placed on it. I think it was somewhere on the Lincoln Highway but I'm not 100% certain.
  4. What weight oil is the Yamalube you use?
  5. http://www.tachrev.com/GrandAm1973Nascar.htm The long forgotten Grand Am NASCAR race car. No one is sure where this car ended up. Some rumors have it that it was sold and race dirt track in either Oregon or Washington state. It's most likely long gone now.
  6. I wish more people understood that very thing Ringo. Perhaps this hobby would be a little more affordable and common sense would prevail. My gawd, what am I saying?
  7. How about a Porsche 911 limo with no engine or transmission? https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/d/1989-porsche-exprs029-limo-21ft-stretch/6835806358.html 1989 Porsche 911/930 Limo 21 Stretch (this car serviced San Francisco’s airports for many good years, notice preserved business card and airport clearance stickers displayed in windshield shown in pics) "Project" Needs Full Restoration, No Engine/Trans, All Wiring Is Intact, 930 Turbo Wide Body Slant Nose "All Steel Body" Built in the 90's (Invested over 100k, a part of automotive history will not ever be reproduced in this life time “One-of -a-kind” be the proud owner and enjoy not only a cool car but smiles/attention that this car will bring future generations) 12,500 Cash or 20k Trade Option.
  8. After leaving the ad business and Pontiac, Jim owned his own Chevrolet dealership for a few years in Wisconsin. It's detailed in his book... Oh boy the way - there's the late Eric White's GTO on the cover. Damn I still miss Eric.
  9. Time to buy a used 1991 Syclone instead?
  10. I'm trying to figure out what is so magical about 7-18-19. Is that some significant date in Corvette history? Or have they planned some sort of media extravaganza for that date? I'm sure the latter is true.
  11. Cars owned by the Godfather of the GTO, Jim Wangers, are going up for auction at Mecum in Indianapolis May 14-19, 2019 https://journal.classiccars.com/2019/04/16/pontiac-adman-jim-wangers-mecum-auction/
  12. Now they are flaunting it in New York! Why wait at this point? https://www.freep.com/picture-gallery/money/cars/general-motors/2019/04/12/mid-engine-chevrolet-corvette-revealed-new-york-city/3446442002/
  13. Yup pretty much. My 2018 Chevy Colorado LT MSRP'd around $42k. It had almost 10k miles on it so it was being sold for $32k at my bro-in-law's dealership, plus my trade-in on Black Beauty ('08 GMC Envoy Denali with 204k miles) was worth another $4k off. So I got into it for around $28k. So $42k + $40k for the Syclone package - yeah $80k is probably about right. Mind you, mine is a crew cab - the article shows an extended cab, that might knock a few bucks off.
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