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Thread: 2019 Northern VA Sunday C & C Thread

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    Yikes! Someone stole my Shelby and camouflaged it with black stripes.
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    That engine sure sounds good!

    --Bob Collum
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcollum View Post
    That engine sure sounds good!

    --Bob Collum
    That's one of several reasons that is keeping me from moving up to the GT500.

    On most cold starts besides feeding extra fuel to quickly warm the cats it also opens the the exhaust cutouts for about 5 seconds. The effect inside my closed shop is startling to some observers including myself the first time it happened which was on the dealer's showroom floor.
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    Default Fairfax Circle (Cameron's), 10/06/19

    Cameron's continues to be a medium-sized gathering of very good quality vehicles.


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    Default Fairfax Circle (Cameron's), 11/03/19

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    Default Fairfax Circle (Cameron's), 12/08/19

    A beautiful, clear morning - but, 29F. That made my decision to drive the Elise, instead of the Seven, an easy one!
    Bob Scates drove his Esprit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcollum View Post
    . . . 29F . . . made my decision to drive the Elise, instead of the Seven . . .
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    You big sissy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcarguy View Post
    You big sissy.
    I drove my Miata to C & C on Saturday in 28F weather. Top down, windows up, however, it does have an excellent heater and heated seats, not quite the same thing.

    An hour later I drove it top down to the far end of the Denver metroplex for a Miata club Christmas party, by that time the temp was up to about 35F.
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    Skip, youíre an animal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcarguy View Post
    Skip, youíre an animal!
    I resemble that remark but I'm a very warm animal. The coldest temp I driven in a Miata was 4F, top down, windows up and heater on full blast.

    I actually turned the heat and blower down on the trip to the party.

    I kinda wish I was the big furry animal in this picture.

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