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Re: July 7th, 2020
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HI JOHN. OUR HUMIDITY ONLY 79% THIS MORNING, TEMP 72; THE CHEROKEES SEE SOME IMPROVEMENT IN THIS.

When we went for our morning walk; temp 69, humidity 94%.


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Re: CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: SPOILER ALERT
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Thanks for the quotes—this was such a great win.


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July 7th, 2020
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Good morning, all.

Heavy rain in the Philadelphia area yesterday afternoon dropped the temperature about 20 degrees in a little over an hour. This morning, the temps are fine but the humidity is insane.


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Re: 6.VII.20
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Good morning, all.

Another hot day in the Philadelphia area—and we're sharing the humidity with Gris.

Back to work for me, though I'm estimating almost half of the University took a vacation day.


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Re: 5 JULY 20
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Slept in today and are now headed to Southern Thunder Harley Davidson in Memphis. He thinks he needs a new one.

H-D would be grateful—the last several years have been tough.


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Re: 5 JULY 20
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THE FT GIB CITY FIRE WORKS WERE ANEMIC; THEY WERE OUTDONE BY VARIOUS PRIVATE PARTY EXHIBITIONS. WAS A GREAT NIGHT FOR TOP-DOWN DRIVING, SO WE NOODLED AROUND WATCHING EVERYBODY BURN MONEY.

Close to us (one to north and one to the south) were two very enthusiastic privateers. Agreed with the burning money—but we did watch for a while.


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[Big Spoiler] IMSA WeatherTech 240 At Daytona
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Short form: the #3 Corvette won!

Longer form: both cars drove well, and Corvette Racing's pit strategy was excellent. With about 45 minutes to go, Antonio Garcia got past the #912 Porsche in the #3 car and then just checked out. Things got a little closer at the end, as both Corvettes were in fuel savings mode, with the #4 car in worse shape. Both Porsches closed, but then it turned out they were having fuel issues, too. Garcia ended up winning by almost two seconds while Tommy Milner faded to 5th in the number #4 car.

So, the first win for the C8.R and the 100th Corvette win in IMSA.


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Re: INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020
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Old Nell ran down the road and back like she was born to do.

Excellent!


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Re: INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020
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AH SO, JOHN THE PICKY PICKLE PICKER :-)

"Yes!" says the wife—but she still eats them.


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C4's Are Still Showing Up In Commercials
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So, Ivelis and I are watching the Xfinity race on the Indy road course today. They go to commercial and there's a new one for Advance Auto Parts. I'm not paying much attention, but my eagle-eyed wife suddenly exclaims: "I think there's a C4 in that commercial and I think it's Light Blue Metallic!"

Sure enough:

https://www.ispot.tv/ad/nRun/advance-a ... s-you-cant-afford-to-fail

—about 17 seconds in.


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Re: INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020
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Happy Fourth of July, all.

We're quiet today. We walked to the local farmer's market this morning for the first time since the shutdown and scored some of what I believe are the best pickles you can find.

BETTER THAN CLAUSSEN'S????

Gris, Claussen's are quite good. But these are so fresh and they essentially make them to spec:

https://docpickle.com/

—I find that I've been getting pickier and pickier about pickles over the last decade or so.


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Re: INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020
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Happy Fourth of July, all.

We're quiet today. We walked to the local farmer's market this morning for the first time since the shutdown and scored some of what I believe are the best pickles you can find.

This afternoon, I do have some work to do (a website update). We'll visit with my parents, get some fried chicken, and watch a lot of racing.


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Re: INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020
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Ok … the 56 is fixed … I have said that before … but in my heart I really believe … headed to Blue Hill for the 4th festivities in the 56.

Rooting for you, Marcus. Best of luck.


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Re: THIRD OF JULY
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Gris, you aren't far off on some of the home-schooling.


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Re: THIRD OF JULY
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We didn’t quite make it to the century mark today, only 98, darn! NOT!! It is a very comfortable 82 right now at FILs house.

Isn't it amazing how we adjust? Some light to medium rain came through and dropped us down into the low 80s. Ivelis and I stood on the front stoop, listened to the rain, and watched the fireflies. "Oh, that's nice!"


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Re: THIRD OF JULY
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A friend of mine just sent a pic from his yard. I think his rich daddy (also a friend) might have something to do with it.

That'll do just fine.


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Re: THIRD OF JULY
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Looking at highs near 100 today.

Same here.

We took a short trip to Longwood Gardens today—we're members and they recently re-opened for us.

It was lovely, of course—but I think we would have stayed longer if it hadn't been (so far) the hottest day of the year. The joke between Ivelis and I is that she always schedules our visits to the gardens for the widest weather extremes. A couple of years ago she scheduled a visit on her birthday: in the low teens with a biting wind. Today, 97 degrees.


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Re: Random DTC41 Tip
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Grounds are so important on plastic cars!

Lordy, yes.


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Re: FIRST OF JULY 2020
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Morning all... continuing with the brake maintenance this week, did rotors/pads/ss lines on the front yesterday, rears and new master planned tomorrow. Also did an oil/+ filter change (The old oil was just nasty) and installed a new lower coolant hose.. glad the coolant loss wasn't a head gasket. Also found an arcing plug wire so looks like plugs and wires are in my future.

All that clean-up from previous owners—I remember it well with my 1985.


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Re: FIRST OF JULY 2020
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DID ANYBODY SEE WHERE JUNE WENT?

A blur, Gris.


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Re: June 30 of 2020 chat
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It is such a different experience here, folks.

We live relatively near a hospital, and what were once very occasional ambulance sirens are now a constant reminder of that.

We have 650 dead in our county alone.


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Another Three Vehicles On Eighties Cars
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First, I've got a new reference book to assist me:

A New Reference Arrives

Then,

1982 Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler pickup truck

(the first Jeep blog post on Eighties Cars)

1984 Plymouth Voyager van

(a very important vehicle—really!)

1982 Renault Fuego hatchback coupe

(the first Renault blog post on Eighties Cars)


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Re: June 30 of 2020 chat
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Good morning, all.

Slightly better weather today in the Philadelphia area.


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Good morning, all.

Going to be another hot one in the Philadelphia area.


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Re: June 25th chit chat....
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… AND THE HUMIDITY IS UP IN THE YUCK RANGE.

Welcome to Philly in the summer!

Good morning, all.

I was originally going to head into the city this morning for my appointment with my specialist doctor at the VA. However, yesterday they made it a virtual appointment.  So, I'm already done with that and back to work.


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Re: June 23rd, 2020
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Thanks for the pictures, Letty!


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Re: June 23rd, 2020
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WISH I HAD THAT---

It's the one, Gris—right up with a Ruby ZR-1 (245 made), or maybe a Callaway convertible (who knows how many).

I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit that I didn't initially like the Grand Sport. At some point I saw the graphic below and it suddenly all made sense. This kind of conversion has happened to me with many Corvettes over the years …


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Re: June 23rd, 2020
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I had to burn a vacation day today. "Use 'em or lose 'em," says the University, at the rate of two a month and topping out at 24.

I did a few errands in the morning and then brought my wife lunch from a decent local TexMex restaurant to her workplace.

After eating, we went for a walk in the local park and then I drove home. On the way, I stopped at a local shopping center to see what has opened up.

Parked casually at one of the office buildings in the back was a 1996 Corvette Grand Sport. Not just any Grand Sport, either—one of the highly coveted convertibles with red guts. 1 of only 53 with that combination. I can't figure out whether the vanity plate tells us that it's number 6 of those 53 or number 653 in the overall sequence of 1,000 Grand Sports.

The things you randomly see …


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Good morning, all.

It's going to be hot today in the Philadelphia area. Perhaps not as hot as it's been for some of the Gurus to the west—but we'll make up for it here with our humidity.


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Everything Andy said.

Ah, the C4 suspension—so much good and so much highly sub-optimal.

If I hadn't decide to remain stock, I would have installed the frame stiffener and the Banski rear suspension.


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Re: Saturday June 20
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ALL THE JOYS OF OLD CORVETTES: THEY CORNER, THEY ACCELERATE, THEY RATTLE, AND THEY LEAK. WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE :-)

No lie: for the C4 and only the C4, the NCRS performance verification process—the toughest award to get in the NCRS—states that light oil leakage is acceptable.


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American Car Collector has published its last issue:

https://www.americancarcollector.com/n ... lication-of-acc-suspended

—this announcement wasn't a big surprise, and I'm not sold that the pandemic was the only reason. For one reason or another, Keith has never been able to make a go of it covering American car sales at auction. American Car Collector actually started as Corvette Market and widened its scope several years ago.

Perhaps it's that folks following American cars have other sources (Hagerty, Hemmings, etc.) that they trust. His Sports Car Market (which has a European bent) continues.


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Good morning, all.

Gray and rainy in the Philadelphia area today.


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Re: I'm Back
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Can't be that many Greenwood CEs …


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Good afternooon, all.

Gris, 45 pictures. Details:

https://j3studiopress.com/2020/06/17/progress-45000-words/

Ivelis has a close friend who loves yellow Corvettes and has had a couple. We always say the yellow is for folks who think a bright red Corvette is too restrained.


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I deleted the printer and did a fresh install with new driver and Windows showed me some love. I have two full sets of ink carts plus the ones hat are in there. So I was trying not to lose money on that too. All is well in the print department once again. Windows 10 did a big update could have been that or I was trying to transfer a file to pdf. That could have thrown things out of wack as well. You never know with software. One day something works and all of a sudden it doesn't. Glad I got it back. The printer is a Brother MFC-885CW. It has really been a great machine. I'm not a geek but I'm not afraid to try and fix stuff either. The new printer is a last resort. I'm sure the time will come though.

Tom, two things:

1) If the update was to Windows 10 version 2004, that's been causing USB issues for a reasonable amount of folks

2) I completely hear you on the investment in printer cartridges

—glad you got it fixed.


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Good morning, all.

Just flat out beautiful in the Philadelphia area. I know this will end soon …

Gris, you always get me with those stories.

Matt, your new ride is sharp—Ivelis and I have always loved that Ram Air hood:


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NEED TO SWITCH OUT TOPS ON HARVEY, GETTING TOO HOT FOR THE GLASS TOP. IT'S GETTING HARD FOR ME TO DO THAT BY MYSELF.

At least GM had figured out by the time Harvey was built that you might want multiple tops. For Lauren, it was "pick one and only one."


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HAD A LATE LUNCH AFTER AT "I DON'T CARE BAR & GRILL" CLEVER NAME.

LET'S EAT OUT

OK

WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO

I DON'T CARE

Reminds me of a place in North Carolina—"He's Not Here."


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Good morning, all.

I've been tuning in to the Virtual Le Mans race. It looks gorgeous and is one more chance to see the C7.R in "action."


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Good afternoon, all.

Unhappy—but unfortunately true—thoughts on the increasing number of funerals. I'll also note that, as one ages, less are obligations and more are because one is emotionally involved.


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Thank you, as always—this should be interesting.

Go Corvette!


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Happy birthday, Matt!


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Sorry for the novel …

I like the novel!


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Generac has an answer to your power problems. The lights would be out everywhere but your house.

We have dithered over this for years/decades. Every time we get close to buying, we have a couple of good years. Maybe it's time to pull the trigger …


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By the way, Marcus, your description of the issues with your overpowered engine sounds like what I get normally with my 230 bhp L98.


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Good morning, all.

We got our power back earlier than expected—our longest outage was a little over 22 hours. Everything in our house runs off electric, so that was not fun, but not catastrophic. Today is Ivelis' first "official" day back in her office—I think it'll be quite a while (six months, a year?) until I'm working in my office at the University.


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Good morning, all.

Two nasty storms came through yesterday and we lost power for good on the second one. At peak, 25% of the whole area was out of power. Now, we're part of the remaining "lucky" 10% still without juice.

They currently aren't promising it comes back on until late Friday night. Ivelis has brought me into her well-distanced office so I can still work.


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Good afternoon, all.

Andy, I remember that time clearly—we remain sorry for your loss.


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Bwahahahah … mo power … ahahahahah …

Uh-oh.


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