I thought Stan was referring to the "high-end" roadsters referred to in a
previous post, eg. Porsche 356's, Vipers, Ferraris, etc. Midori has not
moved this whole summer, but she'll make it out again.
5 roadsters - 1 that has moved this year
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2003 10:06:11 -0700
From: "Gary K. McCormick" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: cold draft on my neck
You know, just when I think it's safe to go back into the water...
Am I being paranoid, or were Stan's comments a deliberate shot at me? I know
that he knows that my Roadster isn't driveable, and hasn't been while I've
subscribed to the List - and this isn't the first time that he has chimed in
with a cheap shot relating to the non-op status of my car. I know that I'm
not the only Roadster owner out there whose car is garage-bound - though
mine has been garage-bound for a really long time - but does that preclude
me from taking part?
Even though I do not, cannot, currently drive my Roadster, I am still
interested in hearing what's going on out there in Roadster-land, and have
been storing up all of the useful advice that comes across the List against
that future date when I am able to revive ol' SRL311-13291; and
occasionally, when a subject on the List piques my interest, I'd like to
think that I can post to the List, just to ask a question (as in this case),
without having to put up with smart-@$$ remarks.
San Jose, CA
Long-time Roadster owner, Once (and Future) Roadster driver