It was good to see Charlie (CT native). Hadn't seen him in YEARS. Damn. He didn't even know that was my car. Besides, I like rolling around "stock." Until I hit the gas.
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4th in Top Dawg is not bad at all (they say that they have to invite you to enter that class)
He should have entered it in "Mild - U. Corrado" - I think he would have won
My old ALH SLC was sitting at the owners home with a MAF that went bad on thursday.
My old red Corrado is getting a TDI swap in RI.
1. Canadian 3.6 Car
2. My bucket of turbo parts
Not sure about the other classes.
Ryan and Doug were both in top dawg. Good to see not just one corrado, but two in there.
My buddy Joe ended up winning "spitfire" on here. Good to see a car that actually gets driven win.
Same **** happens here, there is a "certain" corrado here has creased fender arches from poor fender rolling, clear coat pealing, I don't know many diff paint jobs as in, they were done at diff times, rear arch is rusting, but some how gets first place.
Saw that thing rolling around. x-flow, I believe.
I saw about 10 different Corrados rolling on the strip this weekend. The guy from PA with the yellow G60 on black steelies was cool. Shot the **** for a bit at the GTG and talked G60s for a bit.
Then, there are guys like Kevin and Louis.
Found this shot someone snapped while we were cruising the strip.
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yessir.. it is indeed a B3 lip... but don't be fooled.. was not a direct fit.. few hrs alone just making it look like that.. (and a few beers and stories..) haha
the car was alot lower last year w/D90's.. and my EURO lip wouldnt work with that set-up, so I made this one work.. and I ended up liking the look so much, I put one on my B4 Wagon
20VT Corrado, then VRS Corrado while driving a 20V Jetta and 77' Vespa