That's why they call them "roadsores". ;-)
I drove mine straight back to Seattle from Shasta two years ago. Usually we
stop to visit friends
overnight, but there was a timing mixup and we decided to just drive on home.
That's about 550
miles. I was tired but survived, even at my age. And that was with comp
suspension. You could
probably break it up into 3 days each way and not be too dead by the end.
Ken Pearce obviously gets the "Iron Buns" award, but he's not an old f*rt like
some of us. ;-).
Side note: a friend of mine once drove straight through from Seattle to Long
Beach for the F1 race
in his comp-suspended 280Z. 16 hours down on Friday night, 15 1/2 hours back on
Sunday night. That's
> Ron Hamilton wrote:
> > Maybe if we all start prepping now, some more from AZ could go HINT
> > HINT!!!. I just spent the day maintaining the blue car and now to pull
> > the axle on the black one. At least it keeps me out of the bars!
> > Ron
> Hi Ron,
> I'm sure going to give it a real good try. I am still a little
> intimidated by the mileage to Shasta (980 miles, one way, from my
> house). I think I would have a major case of rigor mortis of the
> kiester if I did that in my 1600.