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LEFT--Cars lining up for a tech inspection for a Panoz track day at Road Atlanta

My Corvette is a 2004 Z06 LS6 6-speed manual in Machine Silver with the Mod Red interior.  I bought it in October, 2003. It features a 405 HP engine and track-ready performance.  It is the ultimate Corvette, and one of the world's great sports cars. It has an AM/FM/CD Monsoon stereo, Speedline wheels, Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires, and a host of luxury and performance features. It weighs in at a svelte 3100 pounds. Magazines have registered 0-60 mph times in about 4 seconds, with the quarter mile in about 12.4 seconds at 116 mph. Top speed is over 170. It is reported to be the first production car in the world to circle the North Circuit at the Nurburgring in Germany in under 8 minutes.

Prior to my Corvette, I owned a 1998 Camaro Z28 SS (Chevy's brochures didn't call it a Z28 SS after 1998--just an SS) 6-speed with a 5.7 liter LS1 V-8. I sold it in November of 2003 with about 18,450 miles on it. It had typical SS features like a Monsoon AM/FM/CD sound system, leather seats, and T-tops. It featured the SLP cold air hood, SLP cat back "dual-dual" exhaust, Bilstein level 2 suspension, Hurst shifter, SS mats, SS dash placque, Auburn differential, Goodyear Eagle F1 275-40-ZR17 tires, and ZR1 style 5 spoke alloy wheels.

I added an SLP CAGS defeat, SLP strut brace, SLP subframe connectors, Powerslot front brake rotors, Hawk HP Plus front brake pads, Motul 600 brake fluid, Lucas transmission additive, Lou's Short Stick shifter modification, K&N air filter and FRA, and 3M window tinting. Most of my performance changes were made with the goal of making the car better around a road racing circuit, rather than faster down a drag strip. "Big Red" performed reliably and well at several drivers' education events.

The black 1994 Z28 was a 6 speed, 5.7 liter LT1 car. It was a hard-top with a houndstooth interior. It featured the upgraded suspension with 16 inch alloys and Eagle GS-C 245-50-ZR16 tires. It was unmodified except for an SLP CAGS defeat. The car was never driven in rain or snow and was sold in 2002 (to the first guy to see it) with only 14,000 miles on the clock. It was immaculate. I sold it to fund another hobby which didn't materialize, so I bought the 1998 SS as a replacement, getting the new LS1 smallblock in the process.

The following pictures are of all three cars, plus some shots from some of my Driver's Education events at Road Atlanta and Barber Motorsports Park