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« Reply #25 on: April 05, 2018, 01:35:10 PM »

So so far for me y live in France shit
fly on over we will find you someone to  ride a long  with

Ok thank you
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« Reply #26 on: April 05, 2018, 06:16:23 PM »

Only 5,400 round trip miles for me!  Guess I'd better get the 4:10s out of the Charger.



Wonder why the miles difference between us.....we're not that far apart.....I'll have to check the total miles from the 1999 trip and see

Bryan

I didn't see your earlier post. 5,400 was the bare minimum.  From your experience, I'll plan on 7,000.

I checked my mileage logs from the 1999 trip, it was 6,162 miles round trip.....that did not include the driving around town doing this & that while we were there.....we also spent one day extra in Las Vegas on the way back home....I didn't include those city miles driven either

On the trip down, we kinda angled our drive from Seattle to Birmingham. On the way back home, we went straight across the bottom of the US and took Interstate 10 from the meet to Las Vegas, spent the extra day there, then made our way to I5 towards home.

Not sure how many people from the Seattle area are going to make the trip, most of the people we traveled with no longer have an Aero car anymore. I would not mind travelling down with other cars, but if we end up going by ourselves we're gonna take our time and not push it like we did before

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« Reply #27 on: April 05, 2018, 07:18:18 PM »

Only 5,400 round trip miles for me!  Guess I'd better get the 4:10s out of the Charger.



Wonder why the miles difference between us.....we're not that far apart.....I'll have to check the total miles from the 1999 trip and see

Bryan

I didn't see your earlier post. 5,400 was the bare minimum.  From your experience, I'll plan on 7,000.

I checked my mileage logs from the 1999 trip, it was 6,162 miles round trip.....that did not include the driving around town doing this & that while we were there.....we also spent one day extra in Las Vegas on the way back home....I didn't include those city miles driven either

On the trip down, we kinda angled our drive from Seattle to Birmingham. On the way back home, we went straight across the bottom of the US and took Interstate 10 from the meet to Las Vegas, spent the extra day there, then made our way to I5 towards home.

Not sure how many people from the Seattle area are going to make the trip, most of the people we traveled with no longer have an Aero car anymore. I would not mind travelling down with other cars, but if we end up going by ourselves we're gonna take our time and not push it like we did before

Bryan
Rallye Mike and I are planning to drive my 500 down at this point.  So we should have a convoy of at least two.  Any other Seattleites out there planning on going?
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« Reply #28 on: April 06, 2018, 12:35:28 AM »

Only 5,400 round trip miles for me!  Guess I'd better get the 4:10s out of the Charger.



Wonder why the miles difference between us.....we're not that far apart.....I'll have to check the total miles from the 1999 trip and see

Bryan

I didn't see your earlier post. 5,400 was the bare minimum.  From your experience, I'll plan on 7,000.

I checked my mileage logs from the 1999 trip, it was 6,162 miles round trip.....that did not include the driving around town doing this & that while we were there.....we also spent one day extra in Las Vegas on the way back home....I didn't include those city miles driven either

On the trip down, we kinda angled our drive from Seattle to Birmingham. On the way back home, we went straight across the bottom of the US and took Interstate 10 from the meet to Las Vegas, spent the extra day there, then made our way to I5 towards home.

Not sure how many people from the Seattle area are going to make the trip, most of the people we traveled with no longer have an Aero car anymore. I would not mind travelling down with other cars, but if we end up going by ourselves we're gonna take our time and not push it like we did before

Bryan
Rallye Mike and I are planning to drive my 500 down at this point.  So we should have a convoy of at least two.  Any other Seattleites out there planning on going?

Hey Jack,
 I'll have to look into this trip! All those Aero cars in one location Shocked Sensory overload!
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« Reply #29 on: April 08, 2018, 01:44:07 PM »

Cool,
I'll be there, 2thumbs
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« Reply #30 on: April 13, 2018, 07:48:38 AM »

I will be there.
  better drag the blue wing guy with the 70 front on it with you

cloning a daytona into a 1970 charger could start a new trend
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« Reply #31 on: April 16, 2018, 05:26:35 PM »

So so far for me y live in France shit

J'y serai sūrement avec un ami, tu peux arriver ą Montreal pour quelques jours et on partira ensemble!

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« Reply #32 on: April 17, 2018, 11:54:17 AM »

So so far for me y live in France shit

J'y serai sūrement avec un ami, tu peux arriver ą Montreal pour quelques jours et on partira ensemble!

Ben

salut benoit alors merci de ta proposition j en serai enchanter.
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