<VV> corvair survivors
garyswiatowy at summitlubricants.com
Fri Jul 14 07:13:34 EDT 2006
> From: "eric holz" <ericmpholz at verizon.net>
> Subject: <VV> RE:corvairs and attention
> Last weekend I went to the Geneseo (New York) Car show to spend some time
> with my dad, our cars, and to watch some vintage aircraft fly low overhead
> (the air show in Geneseo was the same weekend. He drove in with his
> class winner '39 Chevy woody and parked next to my "made from leftovers"
> '63 vert. During the day he could not believe the number of people that
> looked over my car more so than his. I guess this could be attributed to
> " I had one of these years ago" effect.
> The kicker at the end of the day was my vert placed third in the
> "Survivor" class and Dad went home empty handed.
> Eric Holz
> P.S. Dad and I had a great day together, and by the way, what is a
> class for trophies?
Generally, a "Survivor" class is for unrestored
vehicles....................cool huh? Especially when you consider Eric's
car is very much like the Johnny Cash song "One Piece at a time". Actually,
all those pieces are survivors................60, 61, 62, 63, 64,
As for attention getters. Last night I went to a huge Cruise night in Akron
NY with the Rat Rod Corvair Convertible I recently picked up from Eric's
brother. Parked next to a beautiful 65 Impala, I was out taking pictures for
quite awhile and came back , the guy next to me commented he had never seen
so many people flock around a car like they did to the primered Corvair
convertible. And everyone walked right past his car..............
While I was there it was a constant stream of questions, and a lot of the
usual "I had one of these"..........
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