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Conversation Between Tuna and graytoad

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  1. Hey,
    Haven't seen your name here in a while.

    In one of the V-wagon threads, user "Metacomet" seems to indicate that he's trying to sell his V-wagon. If you're interested in owning one you might want to tweak him.
  2. Hi back to you. You may be waiting a long time for "MY" Little Red Wagon - I think it's a keeper. It has the Recaro seats and I love them. About the only option I didn't get is the sun roof - never really liked them. Figure if I want the sun and wind on my face, I'll drive my Vette convertible. The V Wagon is my daily driver, most of the time. I drive my 427 Corvette Convertible once a week or so. After 2 1/2 years and 20K miles, I had to put new tires on it - Michelin Pilot Super Sports this time. I think they are going to work out fine. I haven't noticed any less dry traction with them and they work pretty good in the rain. Also they are cheaper than the PS2 tires and have a higher tread wear rating. Tirerack says they are better than the PS2 also. I'll know in about 3 years - I hope.

    I have a 3-car garage and all 3 cars are inside every night. So 3 cars is all I can deal with right now. If I had a place to put and extra car or two, I probably would. It's probably a good thing I don't or I'd be like you and have too many of them around. Oh well.

    Take care.
  3. Back again. So as long as you don't crack it up or wear it out, you let me know if you ever decide to sell that wagon! I would really love a red manual shift, does it also have the Recaro ?sp? seats? I have decided against buying one for now. We spend the winter in Florida, and here in Canada we have 5 classic cars, we both have Harleys plus I have my XLR to drive & my hubby's truck so seriously I don't need another car. WANT-yes, but don't need it. Besides we are insurance poor...Cdn auto insurance is high! My daughter seems to have possession of my Grand Prix and I am not even missing it. Anyway, you enjoy MY car while it is still yours!
  4. Howdy,

    It's nice to have a collection of cars to drive and summer in Florida. My step daughter lives in Florida (Ft Lauderdale area) but I'm not sure I'd want to live there - even for a summer. Think I prefer South Carolina, Georgia or Alabama. Our kids don't get our cars to drive either - when they come to visit, they better rent a car or drive their own. We may let them drive our Volt though.

    My V Wagon is a manual. I seem to have more fun driving when I can shift gears. Had a paddle shift Vette once and didn't care for it. Both out Vette and V Wagon are manuals. Only the Volt isn't and it doesn't shift gears. Except for the gas mileage, the V Wagon makes for a good daily driver. We don't get a low of snow/ice in OK so we can drive it most of the year. When it does get white outside, I usually call in sick and just stay home. ;)

  5. ......I have not been on this site for a while......obviously! I just got your message. I decided to back burner the whole deal for while. I have my 2009 XLR to keep me happy (Nope, not a V) an 06 Grand Prix as my daily driver that is absolutely trouble free with 60,000 miles on the odometer, plus we have a collecton of classic cars I also drive in the summer........and then we winter in Florida. Sounds lke a perfect life for a V-wagon ...except when we head south I usually leave my car for my daugter to drive as they only have one car. I love my daughter but NO WAY am I going to leave her that car to have to sit outside in the snow (no garage) and have my darling granddaughters kick the back seat with their snowy boots. I have not made up my mind what will I will buy other than a Cadillac but my son-in-law just got a better job and perhaps they will afford another car and take that issue out of the equation! Looks like you have the wagon of my it a manual or automatic?
  6. Did you get a V Wagon yet?
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