Tired of the snow removal?, this guy came up with a good idea!
I like those ideas.... The wife and I drove to Edmonton International Airport on Thurs to catch a flight to Vancouver, and we will heading back tomorrow.....Confidence is highLove your winterized Z06. That's the way we live in Canada! You could develop a Flyboy Corvette Winter Driving School. Ron Fellows could run it at his Mosport track.
The folks in Bowling Green need that photo on the production line.
Many years ago a friend in Peterborough had a garage and also did snow plowing with his open Jeep. It was all he could afford to make a few extra bucks. If he was out for any length of time, he pretty much had to thaw himself out when he got home. It didn't seem to kill him. In his 80s and still going.Without the top of some description that is going to be cold and very quickly full of snow.
You have inspired me to consider winter tires for next year. Can
My fear would be,You have inspired me to consider winter tires for next year. Can't see a downside,
When I was checking out used Corvettes way back when the first one had had his HUD windshield changed out because it cracked. It was not a new car so he paid for it. Close to $2K to change out.My fear would be,
1- The gravel on the roads. HUD windshields are pricey I’m guessing.
All of those, but especially this! I love to drive my Vette, but I wouldn't want to get hit by anything bigger than a bicycle in any kind of an accident. I drive it in good weather conditions with at least a hope of being able to get out of the way of something if I need to. Winter is the eliminator of all things.2- All the other idiots who don’t drive very well when the snow falls. The risk of someone plowing into you at an intersection or the guy behind you who didn’t put winters on his car and rear ending you. I see it all the time in my work travels come winter.
The Calgary sports car club still does the ice track on Ghost lake every January. My work partner from 2 summers ago takes his tweeked out VW Jetta out there every winter. If you haven’t seen that before,it’s worth a look. I’ve been out there a few times and had some good laughs. Got to see 2 lambo Gallardos with studded snow tires turning some pretty quick laps.On the same token, a winter time closed-circuit competition like a snow or ice autocross (which I have been to a few, but not with the Vette) would be a blast, and a completely different story.