In this book, John Mulhern III writes about traveling a total of 7, 694 miles in 18 days-a route through eighteen widely (and wildly) different states including not only stops in the the cities of Chicago, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, but also nights in the small towns of Claremore, Point Arena, and Murdo. Adventures on the road (multiple encounters with both high winds and snow) yield to visits with friends old and new, encounters with various other Corvettes and other vehicles of interest, and more than a few great restaurants, sometimes in the most unexpected places. This is a book for travel lovers and most certainly for Corvette lovers, but most of all for devotees of the stunning beauty and endless variety of America. It includes several detailed maps of the route, an annotated bibliography, and over 150 color photos.Getting a Corvette for this trip, however, can be attributed to our financial advisor, Jim Izzo. ... and 1962, gaining much-needed V8s in 1955, and both fuel injection and 4-speed manual transmissions in 1957 C2 (1963-1967)aa complete redesign, ... early 1980s C4 (1984-1996)aa long overdue complete redesign from the a#39;sharksa#39;, these were arguably the first modern Corvettes, being the first Corvettesanbsp;...
|Title||:||A 21st Century Road Trip|
|Author||:||John Mulhern, III|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2006-12|