Flat Verne was immortalized in my Grad School thesis, in the Waterford chapter; U of M just recently digitized it and made it available world wide, so who knows who might read about Flat Verne.
The thesis is on this site under Club History, You could just scroll through it to the Waterford chapter.
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Dave has an educated, realistic view of my mechanical skills. But if you need a barbell butterfly arbitrage trade using 3 years and 7's to replicate 5's and get a short kick in the deal (assuming the curve goes back to normal), I'm your guy.
Because my memory is so bad...can I do OTD in my stock 1993 Miata without any added rollover protection? Is there something short of a set up that necessitates cutting up the car that would be acceptable?
Not a race car, but...I keep my Miata in the garage attached to my house, where it seldom gets down to freezing. I start it once a week, move it around in the driveway and run it up and down the street when it is reasonably clear. Seems to be doing OK.
- Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:26 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Clift Corvette Asked and Answered
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My own research has turned up an answer to what happened to this historic race car. The Spring 1997 The Corvette Restorer Magazine has a beautiful cover picture and story on the Clift Corvette. It was reported, at that time, to be in the possession of a man in or near Laughlin, Nevada who had restor...