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View Poll Results: How Many Corvettes Have You Owned?
1 34 27.87%
2 29 23.77%
3 18 14.75%
4 15 12.30%
5 4 3.28%
6+ 22 18.03%
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Old 12-10-2009, 04:42 AM
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i have 3, it's quite funny but our family is a loyal corvette owner. we had some brands but still prefer vettes.
unrelieved feeling because of too much heat inside your car, well your stressed image is reflected on your car mirror. There are two things that you need to consider first is the your car engine and other is your automotive condenser. But taking into consideration that the temperature of your engine is somewhat connected to your ac auto condenser better focus on it first and if your decided, buy a new auto condenser.
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Old 12-11-2009, 04:09 PM
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i only have one and i love my car. i hope to get another one, im fast becoming a car addict.
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:19 PM
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have 3, corvette is a worth investing car, so i don't mind spending for it.
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:58 PM
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I had my first Corvette, a 1961, when it was just a used car and i was just a kid looking to go fast. I paid $900.00 for it and got a paint job that cost $125.00. Man, those were the days when you could hot rod with only some change in your pockets. I sold that for $1k after owning it for a few years.

Many years, and a handful of lifetimes later, I got my 1966 Roadster. My wife was noticing my constant drooling at the sight of midyears so she made it very easy for me to get into the Corvette world again. Her only wish was that it take her breath away when she first saw it. Well, it did and still does- for both of us.

Recently, we got a garage companion for the '66- a 2003 50th Anniversary Edition 6 speed Coupe with a mere 4,700 miles on it.

I love the sight of the C2 and C5 sitting side by side. I am blessed. Life is good.
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