Right on Ron! (hey there's a nickname!) Egan has done it again. I was
in Frank's favorite room reading the article and it sure summed up the
entire trip in the Bugeye!
I knew I should have kept those Pirelli Stelvio snow tires....we could
really experience our cars on winter days. Let's see, -10*F @ 60mph =
YEEHA! Man and the heater keep your right little toe all nice and
ok, I'll go a way now.
Ron Soave wrote:
> > better anyway. Frank and Ron were tooling along at
> > ....well.....more than that with
> > little effort.
> No, no, no - the effort was still high, especially
> with my 3 amp generator on I-90. Everyone, go out
> right now (even you, Caldwell) and read Peter Egan's
> Side Glances column in Nov.99 Road and Track. He
> explains the difference between driving and motoring,
> and explains that he didn't but a Contour SVT because
> he'd rather "motor" in his MGB or Jaguar because every
> trip from point A to point B felt like an accomplishment.
> Ron Soave
> "You Are What You Remember"
> 1960 Bugeye
> 1972 BGT
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