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  1. The teacher decided that in science class, she would teach her students about different materials. Standing at the front of the class, she asked, "Children, if you were able to have one raw material in the world, what would it be?" Raising his hand, little Timmy said, "I would choose gold. It's worth lots of money and I could by a Porsche." Next, little Lois raised her hand and said, "I would want platinum because it's worth more than gold and I could by a Corvette." "Very good, both of you," said the teacher. "Johnny, what would you want?" Little Johnny stood up and said, "Oh, I wou
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  2. After approximately four years of driving boring cars, I'm back where I belong. I bought this beauty a few weeks ago. She is a 2007 special order car. She is loaded on the inside, has Z51 underneath and is M6. She belonged to my next door neighbor (original owner), so I know it's history. She only has 47,000 miles. Spending the day making her look as purdy as I can.
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  3. Pillow Cases that No married guy will ever have.....LOL
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  4. BlackDog - Ben - 2007 Base Gloss Black
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  5. Excellent, that gas pedal will now hit the firewall.
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  6. Last Wednesday, I finally took delivery of my 2020 Accelerate Yellow Metallic Coupe (not a Z51) at the National Corvette Museum. My brother met me there to help with the return trip driving chores. My plan was to start out on Thursday driving south to Birmingham, then take the 20 west to Wichita Falls, TX to visit with old car buddies I'd not seen in over 30 years. Then, we were going to drive to Amarillo, so my brother could experience the Big Texan steak house. We would then drive SSW thru New Mexico to enjoy the beautiful country side and mountain drive to north of El Paso, then home.
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  7. This sectional is also manufactured with anti-gravity environments in mind. Complete with Velcro seat cushions and zippered back cushions. I'm just trying to accent this feature that most sectionals fail to incorporate. If you act now, I'll throw in the additional roll of seater's Velcro so you may nap securely while laying or seated in this one-of-a-kind, out-of-this-world, sectional.
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  8. We recently had a track rental and decided to do an overview video discussing the cars and also showcase our tuner Nic's recent TT build transformation. We do these about once a month to help our customers dial in their build and improve themselves at the track, if you are looking to have us build your car this is something we offer to provide an extra level of service. If you have any questions on these builds or want to discuss a planned build for yours please shoot me a message. I hope you all enjoy and please subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on all our weekly episodes! Thank you
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  9. I think region of the country makes a difference with remembered gas prices. I remember $0.21 a gallon here at the Giant Station at 35th Avenue and Glendale, and that was in 1972.
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  10. Thank you for the reply, I appreciate it. I ordered a new harmonic balancer from summit and the arp bolt as well. I think when I had my 99 camaro I used Top Gear Motorsports for a repair but Iā€™m not 100% certain. I think I have read some good things about Classic Gold while reading through some threads.
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  11. Added to the ACE Calendar for visibility. . .
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    Not organized by ACE, but is an opportunity to get out and see cars of all types! Weekly event on the Southwest Corner of 67th Avenue and Bell Road.
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  13. Dawg, you know YELLER rules... Paul, yes, please share! We are always interested to see and hear about Vette projects! There is also a "modification and builds" section here on the forum where you can start a thread for your Vette project if you want. .
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  14. Howdy and welcome from the Okie Chapter!
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  15. Timma, nice edit. Funny how that happens. šŸ˜‡
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  16. It is. It usually starts around 4. I got there last week about 4:30, and it was almost full already. It's on the SW corner in front of Living Spaces.
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  17. I went to the one at 67th Ave/Bell last week. I heard there were 300 cars. I've been to that one a few times now. It's nice to get out and look at all kinds of cars!
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  18. C3's are so boss....Welcome from Mesa.
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  19. Sweet ride Paul, love the old school rims too... šŸ‘
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  20. So I was moving some files to a different hard drive and ran across this little video of when we bought our C5. Thought I'd share with you all after a little editing. Hope you enjoy it. I've almost forgot what it was like way back then. Hard to believe it's been over 13 years now. This was actually the day I flew back to Omaha to pick it up and then drive it my In-laws to park it in their garage for 3 months until I could get back up there to drive it home.
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  21. Welcome to ACE.. Beautiful C3 I wish I never sold mine but we all know how the shoulda, coulda, stuff goes.
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  22. One could possibly kill you. You decide which one.
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  23. Nice! However, why did you mount it on your ceiling? Does it come with seat belts to hold you in? Also odd to have carpet on the ceiling. Jus wondering??
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  24. Perfect for a rumpus room. You could rumpus on that! **BUMPS!!**
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  25. Big turn out! Lot's of C8's only a few pictured, I like to photo the unique stuff you don't see often like a LS Corvair. https://photos.app.goo.gl/APuXD3dFTqxbxZPA7
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    Remind me again when this doesn't get cancelled and I can update the post @ reoccurrence to reflect the change.
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  27. I have done a couple of trips with the East Valley group, they are good people! I plan on making this trip as well, so scratch the good people part!
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  28. Happy Birthday Tim. sure 9is fun getting old huh? Did you get a new walker?
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  29. Thanks for the heads up Mo. I maybe joining you all. I actually had the Vette out today for about two hours, first time in several weeks, not sure why.......
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  30. Nope... spelling error and the car looks grey thru most of the video ruined it for me... Try again with a better camera. And spiel checqur.
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  31. What a great transformation the Grape has endured...Nice work you proud poppa Mark!
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  32. Yes, I just got off the phone with an eye witness. He said it's supposed to be moving south off 60.
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  34. I always thought she was the better looking one. RIP
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  35. The Cabin by a lake I got with my Stimulus check.....
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  36. I got my license in 1972 and had a 6 cylinder Nova (pictured in it's graduation colors). I remember when gas jumped to like 75 cents and I was thinking the world was over!
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  37. Yes, I may be a little older than some of you, but I remember driving thru the South in the 50's and gas would be 17-19 cents per gallon. Yes, they had cars back then!
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  38. Great video Mark! Almost like being there as you made your way thru the museum. Thanks for sharing.
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  39. Lucky dog. That sounds like fun.
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  41. Enjoyed the video Mark. Thanks for sharing. I was there a few years ago before the sink hole, took the plant tour, also.
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  42. Nice job there Mark and thank you for sharing!
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  43. Great video, watched the whole thing...... I started riding my motorcycle to school at 14 (legal age in Texas to get a motorcycle license) gas was 45 to 50 cents a gallon then. How old are you to remember 25 cents a gallon ?
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  44. Great video. Hopefully your next trip is when the factory tours are running!
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  45. Thank you so much for this. God bless you and all the Aceholes! I say this from my heart you all mean a lot to me and I thank you all for your help and many of you for simply being here and putiing a smile on our faces. Merry Christ to All!
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  46. If you have the flu, a common cold, or any other significant respiratory illness, you don't have time to wash your hands between each cough, sneeze, nose blowing, sleeve changes, tissue disposal, and cleaning everything else on the path you followed. Considering the population density (~ 500/sq mi Maricopa Co ), I'd be more interested in knowing the neighborhood where those who tested positive were based, rather than just somewhere in a 9000+ square mile area like Maricopa County. It's a lot different than Wuhan with 9 million people in less than 600 sq mi. (15,000/ sq mi) Avo
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