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This is my daily driver. 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible Special Edition. Basically a Z06 Convertible with ZR1 carbon fiber front end and wheels. Faster than you know what and tons of torque. I was concerned about driving in traffic with a manual trans, but I can just put the car in 1st or 2nd and creep along with my foot off the gas and I also leave a big gap in front of me...no problemo.


Great thing is I get 20 mpg going to work and back and 25 mpg on the freeway cruising at 75!



I had just adjusted the trim bolts to raise the car up about an inch. Previous owner had adjusted them all the way down and the car couldn't go over speed bumps with fear of bottoming out on the pan.
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Nice. I ski'd on a Connelly Attack for years and years, many years ago, but I've since upgraded to the Connelly F1. The F1 is an awesome, fast ski. I miss skiing behind my old Prostar 190 and I haven't been able to ski behind a good boat for a long time, because I had to move to a better family boat. Oh well, I guess that's life.
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Nice. I ski'd on a Connelly Attack for years and years, many years ago, but I've since upgraded to the Connelly F1. The F1 is an awesome, fast ski. I miss skiing behind my old Prostar 190 and I haven't been able to ski behind a good boat for a long time, because I had to move to a better family boat. Oh well, I guess that's life.
One of my partners skiis the F1. Skiis have been awesome for the last 20 years. I've skiid into 38 off on the slalom course with my old CR7. Sell that big family boat and get a nice small tow boat!

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One of my partners skiis the F1. Skiis have been awesome for the last 20 years. I've skiid into 38 off on the slalom course with my old CR7. Sell that big family boat and get a nice small tow boat!
That's where where I'm too .......lol........or used to be. A good friend of mine was world champion runner up in '92? (I think), and he's taught me a lot, but he makes me look bad. Lol


I still ski a couple of times a year, but it's not the same. I think the bow rider will be sticking around.
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Interesting. My DD is a 2015 VW GTI, but I also have a 2019 Jetta, 2007 Outback, 2008 Tundra Crewmax and 1986 F150. Other toys are Honda Rancher, Kubota L3200 and 11 bicycles. I think I'm seeing why I'm not getting the 1965 Mustang done......
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