<VV> Re: Quick Steering?/ Twisty Roads

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Thu, 20 May 2004 14:43:26 EDT

In a message dated 5/20/04 11:39:50 AM Pacific Daylight Time, gfox@vanion.com 

Bring your Corvairs out here!

One of my favorite Twisty Roads is 26 miles round trip start 
to finish; half, of course is uphill with serious turns, 
hairpin and switchback, it climbs from 6250' to 
14,210'......... driving your turbo is lots of fun!

I made a 1,700 mile run all over Colorado one year at aspen 
tree color time in my corvair. The Rocky Mountains are some 
of the most enjoyable corvair driving that one can find!

G Fox
Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Great twistin' road...

Old Rt 66 EB out of Oatman, AZ.

Fun in a Corvair... FER SURE!

Tim Abney

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