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This was my all original 1975 Buick Electra Limited that I bought about 4 years ago with 18,500 miles. In less than 3 years I put almost 7,000 miles on it touring the NorthEast from Maryland to Rhode Island with my wife. The picture is from the Gettysburg Battlefield taken while touring with the AACA before a National Meet where it won a First Place Jr. Award. She was/is a beauty and won it's fair share of awards at various car shows. We sold it last February 2020 to a Buick friend with a little over 25,000 miles on it. My wife wanted something different and we are still looking for a replacement. This car was comfortable, ate up the miles and was an all around great car for touring. We had it tuned to a T and she ran great with a little extra timing/carb tuning and a few other tricks. All while keeping it totally stock. In the mean time we have been driving our 1973 Buick Gran Sport Stage1 Sun Coupe, 2015 Escaladeand our 2016 AMG GTS Edition1 regularly touring around and going to shows. We are avid tourers and car show people.
I've been a Mustang guy since I was a kid in the 60's. I owned a 65 Mustang a couple of Mustang II's. My dream car was a Mustang GT. In 2020 my dream finally came true with this brand new 2019 Mustang GT.
I've added the Ford Performance Street Handling Pack, Brembo big brakes, Borla Exhaust, Velgen wheels with 20 " Michelin Pilot Sport 4S staggered rubber. My most recent addition was the Roush Phase 2 Supercharger.
My car drives like a dream! I recently took a road trip to Michigan and Indiana and had so much fun negotiating the curvy roads. I plan on taking my baby on more road trips next year since it's almost time to store her away for the winter.
I had just turned 70 when my wife and I traded our motocycles in on our first Corvette. We now have a 2012 Cybor Gray Grand Sport convertible, and LOVIN IT!
We joined the Midwest Corvettes Club, a local group of Corvette owners in the Quad Cities, to enjoy the fellowship and knowledge of Corvette owners.
I have since purchased another motocycle, but our Corvette is the first pick for road trips.
1977 international scout II
345 V8. T-19 4 speed
edelbrock 600cfm carburetor
My father bought this scout new in 1977. I grew up in it from carpool pick up to weekend camping trips. 43 years later it is still going strong. From daily driven to car show cousin to weekend camping
Ultimate Road Trip Car - Born to Run! Drive all Night! Good for Racing in the Streets of the Badlands, the Promised Land, Backstreets, the Streets of Philadelphia, the Land of Hopes and Dreams and My Hometown! Jersey Girl magnet! Will have you Waiting on a Sunny Day. Well suited for Thunder Road (with the top up!)
2003 Mercedes CLK430 75,000 miles pictured at E St. and 10th Ave., Belmar, NJ after the passing of the Big Man.