All you guys in the East arenít the only ones that have it rough. The sun has been out the last few days, and my lawn decided to come out of hibernation. Iím telling you, it was rough trying to get the old lawn mower going after sitting for the last two months of winter. Itís difficult mowing the lawn while a perfectly good Fiero is sitting in the driveway. I did make up an excuse that I needed to get a new spark plug at the auto store, just to get myself out of the house. Things are not as sunny in California as you may think. Well, back to work. I can here the vines growing already.
Yesterday was a mild 76 degrees in Myrtle Beach, SC. Well, for the first time this year, I took the tops off my 88 coupe, and decided I can't sell this car! The warm weather, sound of the exhaust, ride and handling of an 88, mint yellow paint , T-tops off, and a nice looking woman by my side, what else could I ask for?
Posts: 15796 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
I'm moving to a warmer climate. That's all there is to it. I can't wait until I retire so I can live in the south during the winter. I can picture it now. Pack up my Provost, hook up my 50' trailer (gotta keep my Fieros with me!), and head south. I can't wait! See ya on the beach!
Posts: 121 From: Fawnskin, CA USA Registered: Oct 1999
I got inspired by the talk on the other board about waxing cars, so I did! A little cooler here in central Calif. than some places, about the mid sixties, but good detailing weather. Used some Eagle One plastic polish I got at closeout at Pep Boys some years ago: Its a good top dressing over wax to really make that shine come out on my black GT. Put some Maguire's on the mirrors as advised, and they shined up too.
Just about time to mow the lawn here too.
Feb 22nd, 2000
Posts: 4667 From: St. Cloud, MN Registered: Apr 99