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Re: 26 JULY 21
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Good morning, all.

Not as hot as Oklahoma in the Philadelphia area, but disgustingly humid. I almost turned around from my morning walk about 50 steps, but persevered.

Back update: this past week marked three months since my surgery.

Over the last two weeks, I visited with both my spinal cord rehab doctor and my neurosurgeon. Both seem pleased with my progress, and a recent x-ray shows that the spinal recovery has gone well (likely avoiding the need for screws).

I have been removed from almost all my spinal restrictions and am allowed to bend, lift, and twist—making my twice-weekly outpatient therapy more effective. I remain enjoined from heavy lifting (that’s fine) and from running on non-padded surfaces (tougher, but we’re exploring either a treadmill or an elliptical). I am also attempting to ramp down the remaining post-surgery medications.


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Good afternoon, all.

Gris, 60 pictures. More details shortly.


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Re: 23 JULY FRIDAY
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John, I’ve been watching BaT and haven’t seen the ‘85 yet. I have a feeling I’ve missed a good one there.


Bob, best wishes on the leg—my back does the same things to get my attention.

BaT hasn't posted the 1985 yet. They still have to do the write-up and get my approval.


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It's Tuesday, folks—in case you are worried about your drunken jag last night …


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Re: Another Sad Turd Day Chat 07.17.21
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Nice work (as always), Tom.

Another disgusting day in the Philly area. Supposed to get better tomorrrow.


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The young photographer (aren't so many we deal with young knowadays ) showed up right on time this morning. He shot hundreds of photos and left after about 90 minutes. Now, I wait for the BaT writer …


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Good morning, all.

We have another sub-optimal weather day in the Philadelphia area.

The BaT photographer arrives in about an hour. We'll start with the car up on the lift, so, of course, I spent several hours last night cleaning up the most obvious parts of the undercarriage. Ah, the glamor of the Corvette lifestyle.


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He has a big Mutoh. body shop guy brought me a swatch from a bus. Book bus, local unit, however it was purchased three hours from here and wrapped in that city. Body dude called them and they said they "couldn't" help him with color mix. (you can tell it was printed). There's a bazillion different colors to choose. I do not have a spectrometer for mess like that and wouldn't much matter. I can send CXMXYXKX to printer and depending on his printer profiles and which is used it still will not be an exact match. I can also scan the piece - it comes out more purple. I got close as I could - if they holler at him then he plans to tell them their original company should've worked with him to provide what he needed. They could've printed and shipped him the panel (12 foot patch) or they could've asked for the bus back to do it themselves or they could've emailed me the mix they actually used or that portion of the graphic. Frustrates me on these kinds of things.



Those Mutohs are impressive. Agreed on the frustrations of color matches without the right source material and printer profiles.


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Re: 15.VII.21
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Been a busy morning, waiting on a customer for a color match panel to come in and pick his swatch so I can print. Learning some of printer today. He's not wanted any of us to touch it before. But if we can print things it saves him the trouble when he's already busy. I'm not comfy messing with equipment that costs that much however.

Aaah … color correction. What kind of printer is it?


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Re: WEDNESDAY THE 14TH
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Good morning, all.

Thanks for the good wishes on the sale, folks. I will keep you up to date with progress.

Tommy, I've often thought that How to Clean a C4 for Judging might be a good article for the NCRS Restorer.


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Re: Tuesday, July 13th, 2021
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Cleaning the 1985 this evening to prepare for the BaT photographer on Friday reminded me of how much effort I've put into learning specifically how to clean C4s.


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Good morning, all.

Warm and misty in the Philadelphia area, with rain predicted for the next few days.

As we fix various things around our house, we're tending to make them period-correct—our house was built almost exactly sixty years ago. I find that a) I'm often unsure what various architectural components are, and b) I want to make sure exactly what subtype of house we have.

I'm putting in a word for an unexpectedly magnificent book (though I should have believed the reviews). Virginia Savage McAlester's A Field Guide to American Houses is amazing—848 pages of reference about how your house, your neighbor's house, and your entire neighborhood got the way it is. Highly recommended, with the second edition now in its fifth printing. Available, of course, from:

Amazon

Barnes & Noble


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1985 update: Bring a Trailer has accepted the car. Photography on Friday morning.

Hemmings has an auction site where you can set a reserve. The offerings seem to sell above average by buyers who are looking for that type vehicle. Just a thought.

https://www.hemmings.com/auctions

Corvettes seem to go for lower prices upon further inspection.

Hemmings was my next avenue if BaT didn't accept the car.

BaT will allow a reserve, but I didn't set one—and I think that's probably why they accepted the car. At this point, I just want the 1985 to go to a good home.


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Re: 7/12/2021
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1985 update: Bring a Trailer has accepted the car. Photography on Friday morning.


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Good morning, all.

Edging toward disgusting again in the Philadelphia area.


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Re: Saturday Chat 07.10.21
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In other news, the 1985 has been submitted to Bring a Trailer. We'll see if they accept it.

Good luck!!!

Thank you, Matthew.


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Good afternoon, all.

Best of luck on the plumbing, Bob. Unlike others on Guru, I don't hate plumbing—I'm just mindful of my limitations …


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Re: Saturday Chat 07.10.21
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In other news, the 1985 has been submitted to Bring a Trailer. We'll see if they accept it.


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Re: Saturday Chat 07.10.21
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Thanks to all Gurus for the encouragement and kind words.


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Re: Friday Chat 07.09.21
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JOHN, ARE YOU STILL MAKING PROGRESS WITH THE BACK?

I am, Gris—thanks for asking. The wound has completely healed, leaving an impressive scar but nothing else. Pain flits between a one and a two out of ten but never completely goes away—certainly manageable.

Since I'm off almost all of my movement restrictions, we're pushing forward. I told the physical therapy folks I want to start running again, so we're working on that.

Over the next few weeks, I'll get a more definite read. I have a spinal cord evaluation this coming Wednesday and a post-op visit with my neurosurgeon the following week. They're also going to x-ray me to make sure the spine is aligned correctly.


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Re: Friday Chat 07.09.21
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Good morning, all.

It rained most of the night, so things have cooled down a bit—nice for July.

An interesting evening awaits later today: a fellow who was once a co-op worker in my organization at the University is bringing his fiance down from Maine to meet me and a few others. I hope I'll be worthy of the build-up.


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JOHN, YOU'RE GOING TO BE THE EDWARD GIBBON OF THE BUICK RIVERA.

Hah! The decline and fall of the American personal luxury coupe, in six volumes?


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How's your back doing?

Thanks for asking—better. I had another performance test last week, and I think the PT folks were happy with the results. Still pain in the wound area, aches in the trunk area, and weird muscular stuff in the thighs. Steadily improving.

No engine lifting for me anytime soon, but life is slowly returning to normal.


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Took the Silver Steak down to participate in the car show …

You must have been hungry.


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Re: Pleading the Fifth of July.
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JOHN, I KEEP FORGETTING TO ASK, WHERE ARE YOU WITH THE BOOK?

Thanks for asking—I'm now over two years in—started in late February 2019. Obviously, the medical issues slowed me earlier this year.

Work has picked up over the last few weeks as I continue to improve. By your counting method, I now have 58 pictures. That adds up to 166 pages.

I think I've got at least another 15 or so pages to go. Some chapters feel pretty much done, while others are distinctly unfinished. Some fairly recent blog updates:

https://j3studiopress.com/2021/02/28/55000-words/

https://j3studiopress.com/2021/06/23/m ... ns-whats-worth-a-subhead/

The current book description:

https://j3studiopress.com/riviera-project/


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   TO MOW OR NOT TO MOW, THAT IS THE QUESTION.
   WHETHER TIS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO ENDURE THE HIGH WEEDS,
   OR TAKE ARMS AGAINST A SEA OF GREEN, AND BY THE MOWER END THEM?

I like that, too—but I don't have any suggestions.


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I like the thread title today, Tommy.


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Good afternoon, all—I hope you have a glorious fourth.

Early this morning, my youngest sister checked in from Cambridge, England with this photo.


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Good afternoon, all.

Thunderstorms came last night and dropped the temperatures by about ten degrees, which is fine by me. The now fully functional generator kept me calm.

Today, rain came in the late morning. Just medium rain—no sturm und drang. In our back driveway turnaround area, the birds are bathing in the rain.


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Letty, that's good progress.

Tommy, I agree that a bunch of roofers going at it can be impressive.


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Good morning, all.

Hot, humid, and disgusting in the Philadelphia area—exactly the kind of weather George Washington complained about to Martha.

My neurosurgeon may know what he's doing—taking me off the back restrictions has measurably decreased the pain level.

It's been a busy couple of days since I last reported. My best male friend was down for the weekend, so there was much food and drink intake. We jumped from that right back into a bunch of end-of-fiscal-year issues at the University. Finally, prep work has begun for the NCRS Gallery XX at Corvettes at Carlisle—we're bringing the 2003 50th Anniversary convertible, which is now (aaack!) judgeable.


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… GREAT GRANDSON …

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Good morning, all.

The heat and humidity have made it to the east coast. I figure we were due—it had been way too nice.

On Friday night, one of my best friends hit a deer in his Honda Fit near Saratoga, NY. As near as we can tell, another car hit the deer first, and then my friend hit the still considerable remnants. He's okay, the Fit less so. The whole front clip is mangled, but the hood looks okay. The car overheated right after the crash, so I'm assuming the tiny radiator is toast. We'll find out more on Monday.

I haven't (yet) had the heart to tell him that he's now an official upstate New Yorker …


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Good afternoon, all.


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John, still thinking of selling the C4? Market is hot right now.

I intend to sell it as soon as possible.


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Good morning, all.

While my Guru friends to the west melt, it is gorgeous in the Philly area. 65 degrees, 70% humidity.

It's so nice, even the cicadas are quieter this morning, though I think that's probably because most of the adults have finished their lifespan. Brood X is hyperlocal around here—hilariously,  they're only on the really expensive side of Bryn Mawr, where the homes routinely go for one million plus. Here in the (relatively) cheap seats, we don't hear them at all.

I managed to drive all three Corvettes yesterday, though it was only to move them around between the two garages. As expected, the 1985 took a lot of time to get in and out of.

Today, I'm driving down to Delaware to attend a small lunch for my boss—after 34 years at the University, he is retiring. He is the fourth boss I've had in 27 years of full-time work at Penn.


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Good morning, all.

After much rain last night (almost two inches), it's a beautiful early summer morning in the Philadelphia area.

My physical therapy folks gave me more leg stretches yesterday evening to try and solve my post-op thigh and knee issues. The stretches are definitely doing … something.


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Good morning, all.

Gris, that's a good step for DW. My wife is concerned that I'm too exhausted after PT to drive well. I think we'll edge into it.


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Good morning, all.

Here's hoping Marcus doesn't hit too many cones today–I'm also interested in some photos. I remember when I first purchased the 1985 that I had some colleagues at the University who assumed I must have bought it for autocrossing.

Dreary-looking, but pleasant temperatures in the Philadelphia area. I'm working most of the weekend on a website update, so I guess that's okay.

While I pound away on the keyboard, I've been listening to entire albums on the big stereo—some of them that rarely if ever get a full listen. Over the last few days:

Heartbeat—Don Johnson (1986)

Never Let Me Down—David Bowie (1987)

Under A Raging Moon—Roger Daltrey (1985)

Right now:

Voices Of Babylon—The Outfield (1989)

Traces—Steve Perry (2018)


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Good afternoon, all.

Gris, Mecum is at Tulsa this weekend. I've been watching for 10 minutes and they've already mentioned the temperature. They're at the River Spirit Expo—only about two miles from where we stayed in 2016.

The big achievement in our household today is that I drove—for the first time since March. The other drivers out there haven't gotten any better ...


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Happy birthday, Matt.


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I find one of the most striking things about the whole day to be Eisenhower's "in case of failure" letter—never needed, of course

"Our landings in the Cherbourg-Havre area have failed to gain a satisfactory foothold and I have withdrawn the troops. My decision to attack at this time and place was based upon the best information available. The troops, the air and the Navy did all that Bravery and devotion to duty could do. If any blame or fault attaches to the attempt it is mine alone."

https://www.docsteach.org/documents/document/in-case-of-failure


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FT GIBSON CAR SHOW TODAY; LOOKS LIKE THEY WILL GET RAINED OUT. ALL THE CORVETTES WILL MELT---

Almost twenty years ago, my local NCRS chapter had a chance to pose our Corvettes right in front of the USS New Jersey (BB-62). No other cars would be allowed.

It rained that morning, and everybody showed up at the gathering point with their sedans and SUVs—except us with our still new 2003 and a good friend of ours with his 1956. We drove for almost an hour from Fort Washington, PA to Camden, NJ, where the New Jersey rests. It was sunny and gorgeous by the time we arrived—and just those two convertibles parked in front of that big gray battleship …

… as our friend said that day, "Every Corvette ever built came with windshield wipers."


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Good afternoon, all.

Very humid with thunderstorms incoming.

Work is a lot of writing today.


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We would typically be on the road for this birthday weekend. Because of my issues, that wasn't possible, but Ivelis resolved that we would still take one of the Corvettes out, visit something life-affirming, and go out to a nice dinner. Enclosed are two photos from Thursday, both taken at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA.


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#1 DAUGHTER IS 54. DOES NOT SEEM POSSIBLE.

Happy Birthday to her! A little less than a year older than me.


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Got the pool opened up yesterday. Toxic chemicals poured in and the pump set up.


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MEMORIAM

CATTLE DIE, KINGS DIE; KIN DIE, WE DIE.

ONE THING THERE IS THAT NEVER DIES:

THE MEMORY OF THE VALIANT.

SP4 DONALD BAIR
6 FEBRUARY 1967 KIA

CAPT DAVID PETERS
4 APRIL 1968 KIA

LTC OSCAR HERRGESELL
29 JULY 1972 KIA


Thank you, Gris.

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