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BUT...... iffin you are gonna travel around to the shows and do the lawn
thingie, I guess <shrugs shoulders>
lab~rat >:-) wrote:
So you would use one to haul your thingie??
I saw one on an Eldorado yesterday that had a flat receiver in stead
of the normal square one. Looked like maybe 1/2 X 2 1/2 opening.
Anybody know who makes that? Tucks up very nearly hidden behind the
Schwinn exercise bike with a Reese hitch
Not you at all but in this case, the C5, the guy thought more of his
wife than he did the Corvette. It's an automatic so his wife can drive
it but beside having a transmission cooler he changes the transmission
fluid every spring when he returns. His C4 had a hitch also but I've
no idea how much of its miles were put on pulling a trailer. It tows
that trailer to Florida and then will go to Arizona for the rest of
the winter before returning to Ohio.
He gets allot of ribbing on tours but it is still an automobile. To me
a wing, graphics, aero kit, high rise hoods, fox tails and mud flaps
looks worse that a trailer on a Corvette. For that matter my '72 bugs
the hell out of me because it's not its original color. We all enjoy
them for different reasons and that's ok, they belong to the owner and
he can do it his way.
The love of a car can corrupt.
Pastor Sells Town's Oldest Church To Buy New BMW
POSTED: 9:16 am EST January 31, 2006
MANTECA, Calif. -- A California pastor accused of selling his town's
oldest church has pleaded guilty to embezzlement and agreed to 18
months in prison.
Randall Radic had preached at First Congregational Church of Ripon for
nearly a decade before he sold the church last October for $525,000,
allegedly using the money to buy a BMW.
'72 big block coupe, air, leather, power everything, towing a pair of
Harleys around the country.
My '72 led that life before I bought it. "Sweet," would have be my
observation had I seen it.
Here's waving to ya - \||||
'67BB & '72BB
-- not affiliated with JLA forum in any way -- alt.autos.corvette is
original posting --
"To know the world intimately is the beginning of caring."
-- Ann Hayman Zwinger
not to me...
my sport is also motorcycling. (has been my whole life)
I use to ride my Harley wherever I wanted to go. It didn't
matter how far.
Then I got older,
The long rides and fighting the elements are not as much my
idea of a good time:-)
Grant me the senility to forget the people
i used to have one on my 89 to haul racing tires, as i didn't want to have
to drive 500 miles on slicks. as a matter of fact, i have a hitch for a 94
in my garage that i'd be willing to let go for free if someone wants to pick
cave creek, az
In '88 left the cold northeast for the warmer southeast. '75 Vette pulling
a two rail trailer with 2 Harleys. About Petersburg, Va. heard a loud
squealing noise. Turned out to be a wheel bearing on the trailer. Found an
alignment shop off I-95 to take care of the bearing that had welded itself
to the spindle. Continued our journey without incident and am driving the
Vette today without any adverse effects on the car. Spare tire clears the
hitch when dropped down.
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