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A Touch of Glass, June 2013
Central Valley Corvettes

THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF

CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA

(CHARTERED NOVEMBER 12, 1991)

VOLUME 23 NUMBER 6 JUNE 2013


The Central Valley Corvette Club was

chartered in 1991 for the owners of the only

real AMERICAN sports car, the awesome

CORVETTE. It's a social organization with

activities that provide enjoyment for the true

Corvette lover.

MONTHLY MEETINGS ARE HELD

AT 6:30 P.M. ON THE 3 RD TUESDAY

OF EVERY MONTH AT YOSEMITE

FALLS CAFE, 4278 W. ASHLAN AVE,

FRESNO CALIFORNIA. INTERESTED

CORVETTE ENTHUSIATS ARE

MORE THAN WELCOME TO

ATTEND THE MEETINGS AND MEET

OUR MEMBERS.

Club activities include monthly meetings,

car shows, weekend Club activities,

overnighters, picnics, road rallies, summer

cruises, holiday get-to-gathers and more!

Eligibility for membership in CVC is

defined in Article III, section 1 of the

bylaws in part as follows: "Membership in

Central Valley Corvettes shall be open to all

Corvette owners who are sponsored by a

member in good standing. Additionally, a

prospective member must, within a three

month period , attend two consecutive

meetings, participate in two club sanctioned

social activities, pay current membership

dues and initiation fees, and be approved by

two- thirds vote of membership present at

any general membership meeting by secret

ballot

Sponsors shall be responsible for advising

prospective member of results. All

members must submit proof of personal

insurance in accordance with California

State Law upon application for

membership, and all members must be a

member of the association providing club

liability insurance for CENTRAL VALLEY

CORVETTES.

A prospective member who does not have a

sponsor will be provided one by the

membership committee. Non-members may

not participate in more than three meetings

or two sanctioned activities.

CVC membership dues are $67.00 plus an

initiation fee of $35.00. Membership entitles

two members at the same address voting

privileges at meetings (provided they are in

good standing) and membership rights.

Please feel free to contact the membership

chairperson, Diane Hayes (559)-559-591-

0844 or any officer on the following page.


PRESIDENT

Craig Hansen (Pam)

559-645-0513

hansenrt66@att.net

VP-ACTIVITIES

Pam Hansen (Craig)

559-645-0513

hansenrt66@att.net

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS

Jeff Levine (Sarah)

559-222-8148

lonewolf3@comcast.net

SECRETARY

Terri Parks (Fred)

559-324-9760

fredandterri@comcast.net

TREASURER

Fred Parks (Terri)

559-324-9760

fredandterri@comcast.net

PARLIMENTARIAN

Linda Laningham (Chuck)

559-896-2637

Laningham@hotmail.com

MEMBERSHIP*

Diane Hayes (Mike)

559-591-0844

dimi62@comcast.net

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS*

Charlie Fosnaugh

559-299-0547

fosnaugh@comcast.net

Raffle Tickets

Ruth Danielsen

559-298-5225

redanielsen@aol.com

NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Pat Garrahan (Patrick)

559-275-9304

patricia.garrahan@att.net


Pam and I are unable to attend the June monthly

club meeting, but we will be there in spirit. With

both the president and the VP of activities gone, we

will leave you in the capable hands of VP of public

relations, Jeff Levine. Prior to accepting the

nomination for CVC office last October, I was

already booked to attend a convention in

Charleston, West Virginia on behalf of the

International Right of Way Association of which I

am president of the Central Valley chapter.

About 200 miles from Charleston is Cincinnati,

Ohio where I was born on June 3, 1955. Our family

moved to Stockton in March of 1956. We’ve not

been back since. But for as long as I can remember,

I have always wanted to return to Cincinnati and

visit the house we lived in at 8675 Cottonwood

Drive, see Christ Hospital down the street where I

was born and catch a ballgame at Crosley Field.

The house looks much the same today as it did in

our black and white photos taken when we lived

there. The hospital, while in the same location has

been completly rebuilt. Crosley Field was

abandoned by the Reds in 1970 and demolished in

1972. The Reds next home, Riverfront Stadium,

lasted about 35 years before it was imploded to

make way for another new facility. So on June 14,

2013 it will be the Reds and Milwaukee Brewers at

Great American Ballpark. Little did I know it would

take 57 years to finally fulfill an item on the bucket

list.

Pam and I will be accompanied by my sister who is

14 years my senior and she can fill in the blanks.

Also on the itinerary is a visit to the suburb of

Norwood, Ohio where GM assembled automobiles

for seven decades, including the Chevrolet Camaro

and Pontiac Firebird. In 1987, GM shuttered the

plant. Our 1969 Camaro RS/SS 396 convertible was

built at Norwood on June 3, 1969 which was my

14 th birthday. The plant is long gone, but just to see

where it all took place, I still find intriguing.

Other stops before reaching the convention include

the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, the Rock

and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Niagara Falls,

the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown NY and

the Performing Arts Center and Museum in Bethel

NY which was the site of the famed August 1969

Woodstock concert.

Our last stop will be Gettysburg PA to view the epic

Civil War battlefield in which over 50,000 union

and confederate soldiers died in July 1863. The

outer wall of our bedroom at the bed and breakfast

we will be staying in still contains several bullet

holes from the three day event 150 years ago.

It promises to be a memorable trip. Now if only we

could exchange our run of the mill rental car for a

Corvette!

Craig


Central Valley Corvettes General

Meeting Minutes

May 21, 2013

General meeting was called to order at 6:31 p.m. by

President Craig Hansen.

Minutes from the April General meeting were read

by Terri Parks. Motion was made by Scott Parkin

and seconded by Ed Kroeker to accept the minutes

as read.

Membership Chairman Diane Hays introduced our

guests and potential members Del Walker and

Susan Cursi. They are friends of Jan and Gary.

Treasurer Fred Parks gave the May's Treasurer's

report.

Vice President of Public Relations Jeff Levin

reported the on the birthdays and anniversaries of

the club members.

Vice President of Activities Pam Hansen had

members report on their past runs. She reported the

future runs as the Word from Home car show,

Phoenician Gardens, El Cid's dinner run,

Chowchilla Steakhouse dinner run, Auburn/Nevada

City, Solvang, and Alaskan cruise.

Debbie Garrison reported on the success of the

Cancer Walk.

Sergeant of Arms Charlie Fosnaugh collected badge

fines of $1.25.

Our "In the News" reporter Jan Pflepsen reported

the news concerning our Corvette families.

Parliamentarian Linda Laningham had nothing to

report.

Old Business: Craig reminded members to submit

reports on their runs for the newsletter.

Charlie Fosnaugh reported our website is under

construction.

Craig reminded members the first 50% of the

Mystery run costs are due tonight.

New Business: Patricia Garrahan asked if members

would be interested in window decals.

Craig asked members if there's interested in a run to

the coast and Hearst Castle the weekend after

Christmas.

Next Board meeting will be at the home of Fred

and Terri Parks on May 23th at 7:00 p.m.

Craig and Pam will not be at the June general

meeting. So, Jeff will be running the meeting.

Charlie asked if there was anyone interested in

seeing the new Star Trek movie.

Skip Severance reported on some of the new

technology of the C7.

The motion to adjourn the meeting was made by

Judy Capurro and seconded by Lupe Dawson.

Meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m.

Raffle: Thank you to the following members for

donating raffle prizes; Bird, Campos, Comer,

Dawson, Fam, Fosnaugh, Garrahan, Debbie, Keith,

Skip, and Vickie Garrison, Hayes, Krebs, Kroeker,

Laningham, Null, Olson, Parkin, Pflepsen, and

Severance.

Respectfully submitted by,

Terri Parks, Secretary


Gotta Run?

Hey guys, it’s me again. Many thanks to those of you who have scheduled some new runs.

Everyone, be sure to check them out below and get them on your calendar. We still need a run

leader for the Chowchilla Car Show if you are interested let me know. Gotta Run!?! Be

blessed, Pam

June 2013

Fri-Sun 6/7-9 Auburn-Nevada City, Garrahans and Garrisons

Sun 6/30 Word From Home Car Show to support our troops,

Hansens

July 2013

Saturday 7/6 Phoenician Garden’s, Fams

Fri-Sun 7/12-14 Solvang, Capurros and Laninghams

Sat 7/27 Potluck, Capurros and Laninghams

August 2013

Sat 8/3 El Cids, Oakhurst, Comers

Sat 8/10 Chowchilla Steak House, Capurros

8/18-28 Alaska Cruise – Goodalls and Garrahans

September 2013

Saturday 9/21 Chowchilla Car Show (?)

October 2013

Fri-Sun 10/4 – 10/6 President’s Mystery Run, Hansens

Sun 10/20 Mystery Dinner, Capurros

December 2013

Thursday 12/12/13 Christmas Party

12/27 – 29 Cambria Christmas, Comers – Hansen - Hayes

March 2014

3/29-4/13/14 Southwest Tour II, Hansens


WHEN: June 7-9, 2013

TIME: 8:00 a.m.

MEET AT HERNDON AND 99 by the TACO BELL

Make reservations at BEST WESTERN Golden Key

530-885-8611 CUT-OFF DATE May 7, 2013

Rooms are under Central Valley Corvettes.

1 King Bed @ $90.99 + Tax or 2 queen beds @ $110.99 + Tax

COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST

For more information contact:

PATRICK OR PAT GARRAHAN

559-275-9304

OR

SKIP OR VICKIE GARRISON

408-666-9816


6 th Annual Word From

Home Car Show

Freedom Celebration to

Support Our Troops

Sunday June 30, 2013 5:00 P.M. til Dark

35849 Ave 13 ½ Madera Ranchos

Call Pam Hansen (559) 474-2330 to enter your classic car


Come Join Freddy and me for Dinner!

WHERE: Phoenician Garden

1025 E. Herndon Ave.

(SE Corner of Herndon and First)

WHEN: Saturday, July 6, 2013

at 5:00 P.M.

We will go for frozen yogurt after dinner.

There will be a sign-up sheet at the next meeting or you

can contact me.

Paula Fam 559-449-8548 or E-mail:

fma103136@aol.com


SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2013

Join us for a Potluck at Judy and Gordon’s house!

3022 Hornet Ave.

Clovis, CA

Come early for appetizers and a little socializing at

2:00 P.M.

We plan to eat at about 5:30.

There will be a sign-up sheet at the meeting

or you can sign-up by calling 559-294-7050

or E-mailing jgcapurro@comcast.net


We’re going to cruise Bass Lake and then head

to

El Cid’s in Oakhurst for dinner.

Saturday August 3, 2013

Reimer’s Candy and Ice Cream

has opened a store next door to El Cid’s.

How convenient is that!

Meeting in the Target parking lot at

River Park: 3:00 P.M.

Sign-up sheet will be at the next meeting or you can contact:

Dale or Sue Comer at 559-683-6710

or E-mail dscomer@sti.net


COST WILL BE $600.00 PER COUPLE AND $435.OO FOR SINGLES.

This includes lodging, one breakfast, 2 lunches, transfers, all

admissions and tours.

WE COULD GO WEST, NORTH EAST OF SOUTH…OR ALL FOUR

DIRECTIONS! WE COULD GO HIGH OR WE MIGHT GO LOW…BOLDLY

GO WHERE CVC HAS NEVER GONE BEFORE! RESERVE YOUR SPACE

TODAY! 50 PERCENT DEPOSIT BY MAY MEETING AND 50 PERCENT BY

AUGUST MEETING.

CALL 645-0513 OR E-MAIL US AT

HANSENRT66@ATT.NET.


CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

BULLETIN-JUNE 2013

CRAIG HANSEN JUNE 3

SHARON CONDLEY JUNE 17

MARY ANN WHITSON JUNE 18

GAIL TAVARES JUNE 20

CRAIG AND PAM HANSEN JUNE 14, 1979 34 YEARS

MOTHER KNOWS BEST

John invited his mother over for dinner. During the meal, his mother couldn't help noticing how

beautiful John's roommate Julie was. She had long been suspicious of a relationship between John and

his roommate, and this only made her more curious.

Over the course of the evening, while watching the two interact, she started to wonder if there was more

between John and the roommate than met the eye. Reading his mom's thoughts, John volunteered, "I

know what you must be thinking, but I assure you, Julie and I are just roommates."

About a week later, Julie came to John and said, "Ever since your mother came to dinner, I can't find the

beautiful silver gravy ladle. You don't suppose she took it, do you?" John said, "Well, I doubt it, but I'll

write her a letter just to be sure." So he sat down and wrote, "Dear Mother, I'm not saying you 'did' take

a gravy ladle from my house, and I'm not saying you 'did not' take a gravy ladle. But the fact remains

that one has been missing ever since you were here for dinner."

Several days later, John received a letter from his mother which read, "Dear Son, I'm not saying that you

'do' sleep with Julie, and I'm not saying that you 'do not' sleep with Julie. But the fact remains that if she

was sleeping in her own bed, she would have found the gravy ladle by now.

Love, Mom."

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR BADGES TO ALL

MEETINGS, CLUB EVENTS AND RUNS.

SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE


To all of you CVC members I say thank you for your

contribution regarding what is going on in your lives……

The first response was from our friend Charlotte who tells me that Don is buying a motor home for their

travels ans she is going to help with the driving…..that’s scarry!!!! I certainly hope she remembers that

they need gas to drive – considering she ran our of gas in her corvette!!!!

Charlotee also tells me that Don has been diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease, is now on medication and

seems to feel a little better.

The latest exciting news for the Laninghmas is that they are going to be great-grandparents again in

December. Congrats!!!

Our dear Keith Garrison is going to have surgery on May 23 rd to repair two tears in his Meniscus. Keith

got a big surprise when he learned he had a fracture in this knee. Aren’t the golden years fun and full of

surprises?

Debbie is participating in the Relay for Life this coming weekend, the 18 th and the 19 th . We are very

proud of you. Do well.

Peggy Cook sent this message to all: “After a successful car show, Bob and I are ready for a much

needed rest. So we have headed for the lake for a week. Thanks to all of my Corvette friends that joined

us on Saturday. Our show was awesome and the new location was a hit. I can’t wait to tell you how

much money we made for Families For Effective Autism Treatment. I will let you all know when the

totals come in.” –Peggy

The Garrahans have some unwelcome guests at their house. A termite inspection revealed dry wood

termites have moved in. Their house is being tented for 3 days. Patrick and Shawn will pitch a tent in the

back yard while Pat has chosen to stay with her daughter. There is no structural damage. The inspcter

says this is a good case for those who have yearly inspections.

Gary and Jan spent the last three days playing golf at the Ridgemark Golf Course in Hollister with 24

couples from Belmont Country Club playing golf. Jan’s team placed second in the Ladies Division and

Gary had his best game played. This golf putting is a 30 year tradition and was enjoyed by all.

Jan


It’s that time of year again when squash and

tomatoes are starting to produce in your

garden. If you are like me, you’re always

looking for new ways to fix them.

The following recipe uses both of these

summertime favorites and was shared by

Charlotte Renna. It makes a delicious and

easy side dish.

BAKED ZUCCHINI WITH GARLIC AND TOMATOES

Zucchini

Olive oil

Fresh garlic or garlic powder

Tomatoes

Salt and pepper to taste

Cheese: Grated Mozzarella, Parmesan, or cheese blend

Basil, fresh or dried

Slice the zucchini in half. (Slice off the bottom to keep in stable.)

Brush with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic or garlic powder.

Top with sliced tomatoes and sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.

Sprinkle with cheese of your choice (mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese or

mixed blend.)

Sprinkle with chopped fresh or dried basil. Bake 375 for 20 to 30 minutes until

soft. (Depends on your oven.)


WHY MEN ARE NEVER DEPRESSED:

Men Are Just Happier People --

What do you expect from such simple creatures?

Your last name stays put.

The garage is all yours.

Wedding plans take care of themselves.

Chocolate is just another snack...

You can be President.

You can never be pregnant.

You can wear a white T-shirt to a water park.

You can wear NO shirt to a water park.

Car mechanics tell you the truth.

The world is your urinal.

You never have to drive to another gas station restroom because this one is just too icky.

You don't have to stop and think of which way to turn a nut on a bolt.

Same work, more pay.

Wrinkles add character.

Wedding dress $5000. Tux rental-$100.

People never stare at your chest when you're talking to them.

New shoes don't cut, blister, or mangle your feet.

One mood all the time.

Phone conversations are over in 30 seconds flat.

You know stuff about tanks.

A five-day vacation requires only one suitcase.

You can open all your own jars.

You get extra credit for the slightest act of thoughtfulness.

If someone forgets to invite you,

He or she can still be your friend.

Your underwear is $8.95 for a three-pack.

Three pairs of shoes are more than enough..

You almost never have strap problems in public.

You are unable to see wrinkles in your clothes..

Everything on your face stays its original color.

The same hairstyle lasts for years, even decades.

You only have to shave your face and neck.

You can play with toys all your life.

One wallet and one pair of shoes -- one color for all seasons.

You can wear shorts no matter how your legs look.

You can 'do' your nails with a pocket knife.

You have freedom of choice concerning growing a mustache.

You can do Christmas shopping for 25 relatives

On December 24 in 25 minutes.


NICKNAMES

If Laura, Kate and Sarah go out for lunch, they will call each other Laura, Kate and Sarah.

If Mike, Dave and John go out, they will affectionately refer to each other as Fat Boy,

Bubba and Wildman.

EATING OUT

When the bill arrives, Mike, Dave and John will each throw in $20, even though it's only

for $32.50. None of them will have anything smaller and none will actually admit they want

change back.

When the girls get their bill, out come the pocket calculators.

MONEY

A man will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs.

A woman will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn't need but it's on sale.

BATHROOMS

A man has six items in his bathroom: toothbrush and toothpaste, shaving cream, razor, a

bar of soap, and a towel.

The average number of items in the typical woman's bathroom is 337. A man would not be

able to identify more than 20 of these items.

ARGUMENTS

A woman has the last word in any argument.

Anything a man says after that is the beginning of a new argument.

FUTURE

A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband.

A man never worries about the future until he gets a wife.

MARRIAGE

A woman marries a man expecting he will change, but he doesn't.

A man marries a woman expecting that she won't change, but she does.

DRESSING UP

A woman will dress up to go shopping, water the plants, empty the trash, answer the

phone, read a book, and get the mail.

A man will dress up for weddings and funerals.

NATURAL

Men wake up as good-looking as they went to bed.

Women somehow deteriorate during the night.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

A married man should forget his mistakes. There's no use in two people remembering the

same thing!


Here's what the Corvette Oldsmobile

Division wanted, but never had. This

experimental sports car would have been in

direct competition with the Chevrolet

Corvette. While debating the matter, GM

built three Olds F-88 show cars, each one

slightly different, all with concealed folding

tops. It is powered by a 324-cid 'Rocket V8'

producing 250 bhp. Brought out of GM

styling in pieces, and owned briefly by

financier and luxury auto magnate, E.L.

Cord (CEO of Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg).

One version was gifted to Harley Earl upon

his retirement. The only surviving F-88 was

sold at auction in 2005 for $3.2 million.

The XP-20 project, commonly known as F-

88 was a pet project of Harley Earl (working

with him was Bill Mitchell, Ken Pickering,

Zora Duntov etc.). Four cars came out of the

project, but only styling order #2265 (this

car) survived. It was sold or given to E.L.

Cord (Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg owner) in

1955. Hundreds of internal GM documents

and original blue prints are still with this

sole survivor.

The Oldsmobile F-88 is one of the most

historically significant vehicles of its era and

considered by many automotive historians to

be a great expression of automotive design

from the 1950s Golden Age.

Designed during 1952-1953, around the

same time as the first Motorama Corvette,

the preliminary sketches of the F-88 came

from veteran designer Bill Lange. The final

design was done in the main Oldsmobile

studio under the direction of Art Ross. A

very gifted designer, Ross is given credit for

the 1941 Cadillac egg crate ‘tombstone'

grill, the World War II Wildcat tank

destroyer, and the ‘rocket' beltline for the '59

Oldsmobile. The interior of the Oldsmobile

was designed by Jack Humbert (who later

moved on to become Pontiac's chief

designer).

The first Oldsmobile F-88 was built for the

1954 Motorama show circuit and followed

in 1957 by the Oldsmobile F-88 Mark II.

The Oldsmobile F-88 shared the stage of the

Motorama show with the Oldsmobile

Cutlass fastback coupe that shared an

identical instrument panel. Unveiled at the

General Motors Motorama on January 21,

1954 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New

York, the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 was

painted metallic gold with metallic green

inside the fender wells.

The golden Oldsmobile F-88 was a true

showstopper. For six days the vehicle

display and musical revenue ran, following

that the Oldsmobile F-88 became part of a

series of traveling Motorama shows that

caravanned by both bus and truck to Miami,

LA, San Francisco, and Chicago. Over 2

million viewers saw the five Motoramas that

season. Back in that day, after a show car

had completed its Motorama duties, it was

usually turned over to its sponsoring

division. The division's top execs were then

encouraged to eventually destroy it as they

couldn't sell such vehicle, or they could give

them away to favored dealers.

The Mark II looked entirely different than

the first F-88 and featured quad headlights

and blade-like vertical tailfins. The Mark III

was introduced in the 1959 and unveiled for

the GM Motorama, also looking nothing like

the earlier two.

An experimental, high performance, two-


passenger sports convertible, the F-88 was

Oldsmobile's legendary dream car. A

beautiful dynamo on wheel, the F-88 was

Oldsmobile's experimental convertible that

GM's stylists incorporated scores of striking

innovations into. This spectacular sports car

featured natural pigskin upholstery, lowpoised

fiberglass body, unusual rear deck

design, sparkling interior trim and a special

250 hp ‘Rocket' engine. The elliptical grille

mouth, ‘hockey stick' side trim and bullet

tail lights were designed purely period

Oldsmobile style.

Harley Earl, the legendary automotive

stylist, designed the F-88 under the belief

that it would have outsold the Corvette and

forever changed automotive history.

Unfortunately Chevrolet, which produced

more GM products than any of its other

divisions, convinced the GM board of

directors to cut the Oldsmobile project. The

F-88 never went into production due to that

sabotage combined with lukewarm Corvette

sales. The 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 was

strictly ever a dream car.

Meant to compete with the similarly sized

Corvette, the F-88 was one of the most

significant concept vehicles ever designed

by GM. Lightweight; the F-88 would have

outperformed even the Ford Thunderbird.

The Oldsmobile F-88 featured a Rocket 88

V8, 4 speed automatic hydromatic

transmission, power windows and door

latches, bullet tail lights, large vertical

exhaust outlets for its ‘Rocket' V-8, and a

distinguished wide-mouth grille, unlike the

Corvette, which only had a 6-cylinder

engine, a 2-speed automatic transmission

and no windows.

Powered by hopped up 324-cubic-inch V8

from the '54 Oldsmobile Super 99, the F-55

engine used a stock four-barrel carburetor

with a tiny flat air cleaner. The engine's

9.0:1 compression ratio plus additional

modifications boosted the Super 88's 185

horsepower to 250 horsepower and an

undisclosed amount of torque. With no

trouble handling the Oldsmobile's V-8

torque, power flowed through a four-speed

Hydra-Matic transmission to a 3.55:1

Corvette rear axle. The F-88 took its off-theshelf

components, its instruments, from a

1953 Oldsmobile. Humbert turned the

speedometer into a combined speedo/tach

and gave the other three dials custom faces.

Only four cars were ever built, and one

survives today and set a world record when

auctioned in January 2005 at the Barrett-

Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona for

$3,240,000.00. The founder of the

Discovery Channel, John S. Hendricks is the

proud owner who has is displayed in its own

room at the Gateway Auto Museum in

Colorado.

By Jessica Donaldson

(Ed. note: Greg Krebs forwarded an E-mail

he got re: this car that said “the ’54 Olds

could have ‘Killed’ the Corvette”. What do

you think?)


When I went to the car show,

Freida gave me the bird!


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CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

P. O. BOX 26591

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 93729-6591

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