n5hsr at sprynet.com
Thu Jul 8 14:16:17 EDT 2010
Sheesh. We never ever had any problems with our 62 700 Coupe and handling.
But we kept 15 lbs in the front tires and 26 in the back and a tire guage in
the glove box. (The spare always had 32 lbs in it, we figured we could
valve it down if we needed a front tire.) Matter of fact, in winter we
passed many a fine large American car stuck in the snow. And the Corvair
just rambled right along!
G I Miss my 62 700 Coupe.
From: virtualvairs-bounces at corvair.org
[mailto:virtualvairs-bounces at corvair.org] On Behalf Of chris mann
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2010 8:13 PM
To: Virtual Vairs
Subject: <VV> Nadercones
1.) Cones with people's faces on them (removeable vinyl decals)
2.) Cones with the word U-N-S-A-F-E printed vertically in black
3.) Memorial Cones (honor your own legendary Corvair racers)
4.) Nadercones - the Ultimate hazard in cone confusion, cones with a vinyl
shot of Ralph Nader on them
place in areas on the track where your Corvair is anticipated to flip over,
preferably the in the parking lot where Corvairs are stationary yet could
at a moments notice.
i swore to myself I'd never reference silly Nadar (such an old joke) and
am making the funny.... geez.
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