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I just saw you were on the site, are you back? How was the trip? and where are the girly pics?

Brent
 

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Got back monday night, and the only girlly pictures would be seniors on the cruise ship, not a pretty picture! But i didi post a nice picture of a C6 from Fort Lauderdale, now there was a town with a few cars!
 

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Ok so no girly pics, but was it a good time? When you thinkin about getting the car out?
 

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back ally is starting to melt! looks like 2-3 weeks before it is dry enough.
Have to wait til it warms up before adding the chrome parts on. Then time for the intake I think! Got to get serious about that part next.
 

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I think, hopefully, my car should be out in May. I think I am on the same 2-3 week page as you Dwayne.
 

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MAY!!! oh my god guys are you serious? what the hell is going on in your back alley's. I will be plating mine on Friday and it is booked in for a bunch of work on Monday then its drive time!!

Except I need a new battery so I guess I should do that to,

Brent
 

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Well, not for a couple weeks for sure. Yah, the garage in the back yard floods every spring when the melt starts. It gets about an inch of water in it and then it freezes at night turning it into a sheet of ice. The floor is f'ing cold from the winter, so it stays as an ice sheet until I can get the car out and let some heat in there. The garage must have sank a bit because it is lower than the alley, so water pools in front of the door and won't start drying until the alley is dry. So, I have the vette up on blocks (drove it up on some 2x4's) so it's not in the water. Once I can get the car out, the ice goes away pretty quick and it is time to drive the car!
 

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