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Discussion in 'Texas' started by rob lay, Dec 1, 2003.
Looks like the weather will be clear.
thanks jimbo for the reply
if it rains then I dont know. but trailoring it.
Right now they are saying all clear for tomorrow evening. Should be just fine.
Any news yet Rob? I don't like the sound of that.
James was going to try and get it ready last night or today. It didn't require much labor, but the parts were unbelievable.
Whatever wrote-"Instead of "exotic car night" maybe we should call it "Winter-Beater night"... everyone drive thier other cars."
Just think of the phrase WWJD- What Would James glickenhouse Drive. Since he drove his TR in rain/sleet/snow I think we know the answer.
Looks like even with the cold weather and holiday season it was a good turnout. Sorry I had to leave about 7:15, but Jennie is graduating today and all the in-laws are in town. They would of gone in, but Jennie's sister is only 17 and Carsons is now 21 and over.
The car tally when I left was...
(1) 355 Spider
(1) Aston Martin?
I'm sure I forgot some.
How late people stay? Good stories?
You can add the 250 to the list. 30 minute valet line but they let me park up front. The place was packed at 10:30 with lots of nice scenery.
Well, Tillman kept trying unsuccessfully to get a buzz going, so I pitched in to help him. I have a headache for some reason today.
Rob, I don't think we had any 308's, just 308 owners. Georges and Rons are in the shop, and the other owner drove his DB7.
Last night was the first time I've ever seen ice on my Ferrari, it took me a few minutes to get the windshield cleaned off.
Wow, frosted Ferraris. Just stand behind them to stay warm.
Yeah, had frost all over the Pantera last night for the first time myself. It was freaky looking. And I don't have any windshield wipers on the car! Had to do some wiping (no scraper) just so I could see enough to drive home (which was around 1am I think).
Definite attractive scenery as always, as you see on the quick little spy shot below: