Discussion in 'On the Road' started by KL7AJ, Jan 10, 2020.
Correct, get a real car. Getting in and out of it is a very real issue.
If you are going to do Route 66 you gotta do it right !!! HF on Route 66....."Life is Good".
WOW !! I'd have a hard time putting the antenna on that car but it's cool. No matter where you go, there is something special about driving a Corvette.
That particular car ran on water ... Goldwater.
I drove my son's vette once and it was all I required. I also drove a friend's Porsche 911 once and that was enough. Especially when the friend demonstrated the "proper" way to drive a Porsche after I drove it. I told him if that was the proper way to drive a Porsche then I don't really need one!
As a teenager I got to drive my dad's Impala SS and had the tires spin out in a rain storm once. I recovered well but thought anything so powerful to lose traction that easily was not really that much fun to drive. I have no need for speed. I like performance but not speed. Once HP exceeds tire/pavement performance it's wasted HP IMO.