Diego Garcia

Bay to Socal drive for Socal vintage

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Was an awesome show, really gave my car a run for its money but springily was able to make it to and from with only one problem. But nothing a nice little fender roller wasn't able to fix during lunch time. hahah anyway check out this mediocre video I put together yesterday!! If any of you took photos feel free to post and share em with the rest! 

 

 

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Much better than mediocre, looked like a great time and a whole lot of fun.  

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Lots of 02 fever -enjoyed it a couple times through. Thanks 

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Looks like a great run y'all made.  The line-up has a bit of a "MAD MAX" feel to it - WELL DONE!

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On 11/5/2018 at 5:42 PM, Schon '02 said:

What route did you take? Highway 25, 198, 33?

 

HAHa you know what, I think we might’ve take all three highways at some point! All I know is it was an awesome 12 hours of driving through canyons, twisties and open road! So fun!

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13 hours ago, vinntagejoe said:

Looks like a great run y'all made.  The line-up has a bit of a "MAD MAX" feel to it - WELL DONE!

Hahah I hadn’t realized that till just now that you mentioned it! Kind of cool to see everyone’s hard work pay off to make these cars driveable again eh?!!

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That's pretty damn cool. My faded ratty' tii would have fit right in with your crew.

 

 I've lived in ca my whole life and never heard of highway 33. Looks like a lonely highway and perfect for a caravan

 

Curious why you wouldn't take 1 at some point. Next year if I go to Vintage I'll take 1 when Big Sur finally opens

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7 hours ago, iinca said:

That's pretty damn cool. My faded ratty' tii would have fit right in with your crew.

 

 I've lived in ca my whole life and never heard of highway 33. Looks like a lonely highway and perfect for a caravan

 

Curious why you wouldn't take 1 at some point. Next year if I go to Vintage I'll take 1 when Big Sur finally opens

  

because 1 is always choked up with tourists and we like to drive fast :)

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On 11/5/2018 at 3:54 PM, conkitchen said:

I spy that recently acquired e21 with a 2.7 stroker motor 

 

just a stock m20b25 with a miller MAF and chip

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1 hour ago, Coastalcrush408 said:

 

just a stock m20b25 with a miller MAF and chip

 It looked maybe like that stroker motor car from CL last month. 

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37 minutes ago, conkitchen said:

 It looked maybe like that stroker motor car from CL last month. 

 

It was on CL. US spec car with an m20 swap. Both fenders were wrinkled and the front bumper was poorly mounted. Swapping new fenders and bought the correct bumper mounts.

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  Here is the route that Eric Friis laid out for our “SoCal” drive.....

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