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first drive of the new season

Got to take my father in law out on the first drive of the year,roads have been cleared of snow for a couple of weeks and the next two day we were getting snow , took him for a 20 min ride around town he loved it. This is the first time he has seen the car since before being done and he was floored. and I stuffed him back into the seat a couple of times.
well tomorrow it will be clear and 45-50 I am driving her to work

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Sounds like a lot of fun.
Enjoy your times with your Dad.

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I am quite jealous of you. We still have about a foot an a half on snow on the ground. The weather this weekend was very mild and sunny, so I drove over to where my '65 is stored. Couldn't get into the storage driveway, it still has over two feet of snow (sigh), maybe in a couple of weeks!

The GTO fever is starting to really build, I keep walking around the house like a Cat on a hot tin roof.
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Sounds like a lot of fun.
Enjoy your times with your Dad.
+1...definitely...

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Good to hear you're out there raising hell and enjoying your ride and family, Crusty. Be safe and have fun. Spring is almost here!
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Awesome Crusty!!
It's snowing here today, and there is still about 1/4" of salt on the roads.
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Crusty, I've ventured out for a few drives this winter myself! I would love to take my Pop for a ride...but he lives in Florida Summer's coming!! Eric



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Love that car Crusty, so "CLEAN". i got the fever here too but the weather has been very unkind this year. hoping to fire her up and change the fluids next weekend and maybe a little ride...

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We're at least 6 weeks from any possibility of getting the cars on the road. Like Rukee said...1/4" of salt on the roads, 2 feet of snow on the shoulders and more on the way tonight...

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