I just got my issue of Vette Mag and there was an article in there with a very familiar Vette! It was Super James and his very cool super charged 72! Congrats James!! :thumbsup:
:agree: Corvette Fever and Vette merged into just Vette, and it's a pretty good mag. Good balance between older and newer cars with lots of how-to's on C3's.You know Vette Mag might be worth your look again. I get a lot out of it and they do a lot on C3s. They changed there format and style. You will see when you pick one up. Let me know what you think.
Awesome! I love it that this site is a close enough family that we can recognize each other's cars! artyon:Very nice :thumbsup: Funny, as soon as I saw the article, I said to myself, "I know that vette"! Very happy for you! artyon:
It's Florida man, and I regularly work without shoes! The '67 is coming along nicely, but I wish I could work faster. Life and my real job keep getting in the way, but finishing up the interior wiring now. This is an old pic, and we've made quite a bit of progress since then.Congrats man!!! First time I ever saw some one installing a cam barefooted:laughing: Couldn't wait to get dressedartyon:
It is fun to look at, but so much better to drive. It took me 5 years to finish my car, so hang in there! It's worth it when you take that first drive.I bet not only to see it setting in your garage, but to start it up and take it out for a cruise, probably leaves your face hurting from all the
grinning you must be doing.
Cars like yours inspire me to finish mine.
Your wife sounds like my kinda girl! I can't convince my gf that older is better :crazy:it was after this pic that my wife said she wants a chrome bumper]
You'll make it better. Gotta keep going better, faster, and more comfortable then the last guy. :cheers:I've been following James' car since I bought my 69 a year ago, making it my goal to someday come close to what James has done.
Without trying to copy every detail of coarse. :cheers: