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Thank you! My wife wasn't always on board with my plans, but she has come along over the years.Man that is awesome!!! Wish I was able to do that (own one from each generation). I think my wife would leave me and take the cars with her, haha!!! Don't get me wrong, I'm happy with my little car collection but yours is just down right awesome.
Jeremy; Tell her if she doesn't get with the program you will trade her in for a nicely restored C2! Where are you keeping this collection?Thank you! My wife wasn't always on board with my plans, but she has come along over the years.
Chip, that would go over well! LOL Three are in my home garage, one is in a friend's garage, and one is in my dad's garage. I just bought a 1.5 acre lot in my dad's neighborhood where I will build a new house for my wife and kids. But before we build the house, I get to build my Corvette garage. I'm looking at building something that is about 25x100 with a lift bay and a shop/wash/detail bay.Jeremy; Tell her if she doesn't get with the program you will trade her in for a nicely restored C2! Where are you keeping this collection?
Thanks, Rick! I'm open to most colors, actually. I just want them to be in excellent condition. I will definitely keep everyone updated on the garage build, once I start it.Jeremy, man that is awesome!!! Will you be selecting certain colors only, or switch it up? "Family" you are 120% correct, they will always come first..... Now you will have to buy your detailing liquids in 55gal. drums! Post pictures during the build process of your garage, and maybe fellow members can post some ideas that you might consider using. Enjoy each and everyone of those Corvettes!!
Gotta start somewhere...hahaJAG--7-6-5-...Good start. how about one car from each year. you could sell them to the museum for a handsome profit; or just enjoy them yourself. or, start your own museum!