Recently Slithered Into Your Club

#1
I joined your group a few days ago and just now posting some information about me. Peggy and I live in Bel Air, MD so we're gonna be distance-challenged for many of your get-togethers. I joined your club mostly for the opportunity to share info in a smaller venue. I've been a member of the Club Cobra site for a number of years.

Peggy and I have owned our Hi-Tech (Phoenix, AZ) Cobra since 1994. We're almost 58 years old and are still able to get in and out of the Cobra without assistance!

Eventually I'll post some car photos, but I need to update shots of my car. Almost every photo I have was taken during the years I was into the polished and max bling look. In the past 18 months I've eliminated a lot of the shine and gone to a brushed aluminum, satin black look. I replaced a lot of braided stainless hoses with woven black hose and such.

Anyhow, the new photos will take a while. Right now the car is in the garage, up on the 4-post lift and collecting dust.

A lot of you appear to be a hearty bunch, with 37 cars cruising around in the cold! I know I'll be waiting for spring before I can join you.

Thanks,
David
 

dcdoug

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#3
Welcome! I saw you on CC and was wondering why you hadn't joined CACC. Then I thought about our members and figured that maybe this was a conscious choice...... :idiot2:
 

Scott Harrison

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#4
Welcome David,
The 80 mile drive to the Vienna Inn shouldn't stop you......when the weather gets warmer. O0
 

Bill Magruder

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#5
Welcome David.

There once was a man from Bel Air,
Who was s---wing his wife on the stair,
When the banister broke,
He doubled his stroke,
...and finished her off in the air! ::)

(always wanted to meet that man)

Time to get that car off the lift, get her finished, and meet us at the V I some warm Sping Sat. morning. Val, Ed, Corkey, and several others frequently make jouney's of similar distances.

CB
 
#7
You guys sound fun.

By the way, my car is just resting on the lift. There's nothing to finish, except winter!

I drove it so little last year because of the many home improvement projects I stacked up back to back. I'd like to put a lot more miles on it this year.

Thanks,
David
 

Scott Harrison

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#8
David...After reading Bill's poem, you may get a nickname without having to do something stupid. 8O

601HP said:
You guys sound fun.
David
More like....crazy...insane...nuts...weird.
 
#10
I've seen several of you guys around. After seeing his picture somewhere on this site, I believe Scott Harrison helped me out one night in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn during the 2009 Rehoboth Fun Run.

I stood beside my trailer for about an hour talking to various folks. The interior lights of the trailer were on, and so was the multi-channel amplifier for my sound system in the dually, which I had forgotten about. :buck2: :? :D

The dually's batteries went dead. Scott brought his portable power pack over and jump started me! O0

Thanks again!
 
#12
Well.........let's see.

Were you at that event?
Do you drive an F250 Powerstroke?
Do you own a portable battery powerpack?

If the answers are all yes, then it was probably you. :angel:

If it wasn't you, I probably experienced a senior moment, and, well, uh, golly, whomever jump-started my truck was a good samaritan. :coolsmiley:

David
 
#18
It was Mr. Harrison, if he's the man who drives a blue special edition Cobra with fancy commemorative stitching on his seats.

Anyway, that Rehoboth thing is an excellent Cobra venue, and conveniently close for me. Unfortunately I couldn't make it to the 2010 event. :tickedoff: Ten days before it I had demolished our kitchen to the point it resembled a war zone, :? :cry: and it became a two month project.

I'm looking forward to more play time in 2011. :D ;D

David
 

Scott Harrison

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#20
Hot Rod said:
601HP said:
It was Mr. Harrison, if he's the man who drives a blue special edition Cobra with fancy commemorative stitching on his seats.
Who the #%$^ is Mr. Harrison? :lol:

You can call me Elder....Flamer...Pappy...Fireball...Hoseclamp...Wino...etc.

But don't call me Mr. Harrison (...that would be my father.) :lol:

 
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