THE OFFICIALNEWSLETTEROF CENTRALVALLEYCORVETTES (CHARTERED NOVEMBER 12,1991)
VOLUME 25 JANUARY 2015
Volume 26 Number 1 January 2017
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
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
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
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, Charlotte Renna (559) 323-
0153 or any officer on the following page.
VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP
Mission Statement / Officers..... 2-3
A Word from our President.......... 4
Secretary’s Minutes..................... 5
CVC Board History...................... 6
Birthdays & Anniversaries............ 7
Sunshine & Clouds...................... 8
CVC, Thru the Years……………..9-12
In the Garage w/Charlie…...........13
CVC Activities............................ 14
CVC Event Flyers.................. 15-17
Silent Sleight Ride………………….. 18
Christmas Hayride..................... 19
Central Coast Run……………….20-32
From our Sponsor, Ed Dena........33
Chuck Laningham (Linda)
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS
Charlie Fosnaugh (Kim)
Hi Corvetter’s, just a short note to let
you guys know that I am just so happy
to be your president. I think we're going
to have a great, great year. I have some
big shoes to fill but hopefully I can do as
well as Gary. He did a great job this year
and last year. Our new board is eager to
make your Corvette experience
something that you would remember.
I’m also looking forward to having our
new members get involved with the
club and maybe put on a run. All you
have to do, if you're not sure how to put
on a run, is tap on the shoulder of one
of our members that's been here for a
I’m sure they would be too happy to
help you. I know you would enjoy it and
we would too.
I’ve not a whole lot to say just yet
because we haven't done a whole lot yet
but all our Board wishes you a Great
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
See you all at the next meeting.
Central Valley Corvettes
General Meeting Minutes
December 20, 2016
The General Meeting was called to order by
President Gary Pflepsen at 6:30pm. Minutes from
the November meeting were read by President
Pflepsen. Ruth Danielsen made a motion to accept
the minutes as read. The motion was seconded by
Mike Henenfent. Motion carried. Treasurer Mike
Lebda gave the Treasurer’s report. The Christmas
Party expenditures were approximately $3100.00,
which was under budget. Tonight’s raffle raised
$265. A new record! Skip Severance had last
month’s run leaders give reports on their events
which included; Santa Haul (which landed Mike
Lebda on the news), the Christmas Party with 71
attending. Diane Tjerrild thanked everyone for
their coat donations. The Hayride had 78 attending.
Several attended the Rogue One movie this
afternoon. Upcoming runs are 12/27 The SLO Run
– Meet at Denny’s at Jensen Ave and 99 at 9:30am
to leave at 10am. There are 25 cars and 50 people.
2/5 Super Bowl Party at the Anderson’s, 3/4 Run to
Famoso Track just north of Bakersfield, 4/20
Laughlin, 4/29 Rodeo Parade, 5/17 Lake Tahoe and
July 2018 Colorado Tour IV. Skip ended his report
with the fact, during his reign, there were 35 runs in
2015 and 35 runs in 2016, so the new VP of
activities can have no more than 35 runs each year
(ha ha). Charlotte Renna VP of PR and Membership
gave the monthly Birthday and Anniversary report.
Guest attending tonight were Ronnie Dawson and
June Corender and Jeff & Stephanie Engelman.
Charlotte gave a pat on the back for perfect
attendance in 2016 to the following; Andy & Connie
Anderson, Patrick Garrahan, Keith & Debbie
Garrison, Skip Severance, Charlotte Renna, Del &
Sue Walker, Craig & Pam Hansen, Jeff Levine, Gary
& Jan Pflepsen, Dick Johnson, David & Lori Dukes,
and Diane Tjerrild. 4 members did not renew their
membership so we stand at 91 members.
Arms Chuck Laningham collected .50 cents in badge
fines, his own! So he gave the rest of the club a free
pass this month. Jan Pflepsen gave her Sunshine
and Clouds report.
The table arrangements for the meeting will be
correct next month. Management was filling in for
each other and lack of communication. We have
received a verbal yes from Ed Dena for sponsorship
– waiting for the check.
Andy Anderson took his position as Incoming
President. He announced there will be a Mystery
Tour. Andy has asked Mike Henenfent to run the
Raffle and Lynne Henenfent will be selling the raffle
tickets. Debbie Garrison will be doing the Sunshine
and Cloud report. Ruth Danielson announced her
youngest brother passed last week from liver
disease and made a plea that if anyone has a friend
or family member with a drinking problem to not
give up and keep trying to get the person help. The
next General Meeting will be Tuesday, January 17,
2017. The next Board meeting will be Tuesday,
January 3, 2017, 7pm at Andy Anderson’s. A motion
to adjourn the meeting was made by Scott Parkin
and seconded by Fred Parks. Meeting adjourned at
Respectfully submitted by
Terry Johnson, Secretary
Raffle: Thank you to the following members
for donating raffle prizes: Anderson,
Danielsen, Dawson, Dukes, Fosnaugh,
Garcia, Garrahan, Garrison, Henderson,
Henefent, Johnson, Null, Parkin, Parks,
Pflepsen, Piercy, Severance, Walker,
CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT V.P. ACTIVITIES V.P. PUBLIC RELATIONS SECRETARY TREASURER
1992 Chuck Vencill Terry Capurso Andy Anderson Charlotte Renna Mike Paul
1993 Terry Capurso Chuck Vencill Sondra Aniotzbehere Chuck Lanningham Clayton Olson
1994 Charlotte Renna Keith Garrison Richard Mullins Jerry Mitchell Sue Comer
1995 Andy Anderson Stan Qualls Richard Mullins Cheramay Qualls Debbie Garrison
1996 Keith Garrison Mike Curtis Steve Smitha Tanya Mitchell Mike Crafton
1997 Keith Garrison Mike Curtis Marilyn Goodall Linda Laningham Mike Crafton
1998 Mike Curtis John Bird Joyce Kroeker Linda Laningham Patrick Garrahan
1999 John Bird Skip Severance Joyce Kroeker Dorothy Gregerson Patrick Garrahan
2000 John Bird Skip Severance Tamanee Krazan Dorothy Gregerson Ed Hokokian
2001 Pat Garrahan Mike Curtis Tamanee Krazan Carrie Threet Ed Hokokian
2002 Tamanee Krazan Craig Hansen Dale Comer Pam Hansen Joe Renna
2003 Charlotte Renna Craig Hansen CJ Curtis Pam Hansen Joe Renna
2004 Debbie Garrison Rodney Ainsworth Julie Sons Diane Ainsworth Jill Kroeker Rosen
2005 Debbie Garrison Ron Miller Julie Sons Peggy Cook Jill Kroeker Rosen
2006 Peggy Cook Jim Agar Mike Curtis Lynne Agar Terri Parks
2007 Jim Agar John Johnson Andy Anderson Lynne Agar Terri Parks
2008 Jim Agar John Johnson Lynn Massingham Sheryl DeMello Debbie Garrison
2009 Charlotte Renna Keith Garrison Scott Parkin Sheryl DeMello Debbie Garrison
2010 Charlotte Renna Scott Parkin Mary Case Linda Laningham Dave Case
2011 Linda Laningham Particia Garahan Jan DeMello Sheryl DeMello Judy Capurro
2012 Linda Laningham Keith Garrison Jan Pflepsen Sheryl De.-Terri Parks Judy Capurro
2013 Craig Hansen Pam Hansen Jeff Levine Terri Parks Fred Parks
2014 Craig Hansen Pam Hansen Skip Severance Kim Fosnaugh Fred Parks
2015 Gary Phlepsen Skip Severance Dick Danielsen Debby Anderson Mike Lebda
2016 Gary Phlepsen Skip Severance Charlotte Renna Debby Anderson Mike Lebda
2017 Andy Anderson Dick Danielsen Charlotte Renna Terry Johnson Dick Johnson
y Charlotte Renna
Susan Walker, 1/06 – Tom Piercy, 1/08 – David Sons, 1/10 – Terry Johnson, 1/18
Tom Jarvis, 1/22 – Debbie Garrison, 1/22 – Joyce Campos, 1/28 – Holly Baumgarten, 1/29
Lori Dukes, 1/30 and Don Olson, 1/31.
Mike & Diane Hayes, 1/03/62 – 11 Years
Charlie & Kim Fosnaugh, 1/17/75 – 42 Years
Dale & Sue Comer, 1/27/68 – 49 Years
PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR NAME BADGES TO:
ALL MEETINGS, CLUB EVENTS AND RUNS (NOW a 50₵ FINE ea. without it)
CVC MONOGRAMED SHIRTS, JACKETS, ETC. (WITH YOUR FIRST NAME) ALSO COUNT!
SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE!
AND BE SURE AND RECOMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARLY
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS
Jan De Mello-Pflepsen
Dec. 20, 2016
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL MY CVC FRIENDS. WELL THIS WILL BE MY LAST
HURRAH FOR SUNSHINE AND CLOUDS AS MY JOB WILL BE DONE. THANKS TO
ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED NEWS AND INFORMATION ABOUT
1. FROM LEIGH ANN SEVERANCE: SHE SAID SHE HAS NOTHING TO CONTRIBUTE
BUT TO SAY THANK YOU FOR DOING SUNSHINE AND CLOUDS FOR THESE PAST
YEARS. YOU HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB AND I APPRECIATE IT.
THANK YOU LEIGHANN!!
2. GLENN AND LORRAINE HENDERSON: THEY HAVE GREAT NEWS TO SHARE.
THEY HAVE JUST LEARNED THAT THEY ARE GOING TO BE GRANDPARENTS
AGAIN IN JULY, 2017. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
3. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST: OUR GRANDSON, ZACHARY GRADUATED FROM
ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE LAST WEEKEND. ALL FAMILY, SUCH AS PARENTS,
FRIENDS AND GRANDPARENTS GATHERED TOGETHER FOR THIS SPECIAL
EVENT. THERE WERE 10,000 GRADUATES SO CEREMONIES WERE SPREAD OUT
OVER SEVERAL DAYS. ZACH GRADUATED FROM THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
WITH A MAJOR OF STATISTICAL MARKETING. HE HAS ACCEPTED A POSITION
WITH LAND O’ LAKES.
WHILE VISITING ARIZONA WE FOUND TIME TO MEET WITH GARY’S BROTHER
WHO LIVES THERE IN THE WINTER AND RETURNS TO MINNESOTA IN THE
SPRING. HE HAS RENOVATED A 1955 CHEVY BEL AIRE AND FOUND TIME TO
TAKE US FOR A RIDE. IT IS SUCH A COOL CAR!!
The Store Continues;
Central Valley Corvettes is a social organization and relies on meeting
and especially activities to provide a place or venue for that
socialization and personal interaction to take place.
The first year we had 40 Activities not counting meetings. In 1996 the
Club had 56 activities. A list of those activities is included to give you
some ideas. Activities require a little time, a little effort and a little work
and are more fun if you have several people helping you. Whether you
are having an activity in your home or are chairing a run of several days.
It’s a great way to get others involved and is usually a lot of fun for the
people helping with the preparation and for you the Leader.
We’ve had many great Runs. Some are grand affairs like the Opening of
The Corvette Museum or Central Coast Classic, the Hawaii Run and the
Cruise to the Mexico Riviera. We’ve been to the Coast, Sedona, Jerome,
the Grand Canyon, the Oregon Coast, and the Columbia River, to
Laughlin & Las Vegas, Sacramento, the South West Tour and the most
recent North West Tour. Some runs are just dinner runs, a trip to a
Museum, a drive in the Mountains or just Queen Haul, the point being a
run can be anything you enjoy and want to share with 20 or 30 or 40 of
your best friends. I’ve never been on a bad run!
Membership for the last 25 years has averaged in the 80’s to the 90’s,
with losses of 3 to 5 couples at renewal time and about the same number
of new members joining us during the year. Some Members stay for a
few years or until their priorities change, some stay forever. Others
leave and return and we are happy to have them back. Life changes and
CVC has changed with it.
Members and participation are the lifeblood of any organization
especially a social organization like ours. Recruit new members, lead an
activity or help with an activity, think about becoming a Board Member.
And the roar of the engine goes on…………………….
Keith & Debbie Garrison
1996 CLUB EVENTS
JAN 13-15 CENTRAL COAST CLASSIC TAVARES/SMITHA
FEB 2 CHUBBY’S DINER TAVARES
FEB 18 SWEETHEART RUN QUALLS
FEB 25 CAR WASH FUND RAISER CURTIS
MAR 1-3 PRESIDENT’S MYSTERY TOUR GARRISONS
MAR 9 GREAT AMERICAN BUFFET DINNER RUN MITCHELLS
MAR 10 BLOSSOM TRAIL RUN CURTIS
MAR 17 ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY ANDERSONS
MAR 30 FREMONT PEAK PICNIC CRAFTON/BOYD
APR 13-20 HAWAII FUN RUN CURTIS
APR 26 FAT JACK’S MITHAS
MAY 10 CATTLEMAN’S DINNER RUN GARRISONS
MAY 18-19 SAUSALITO/MILL VALLEY RUN COMERS/GARRAHANS
MAY 19 SILVER STATE CLASSIC RACE WATERMANS
JUN 2 GENE FORD CAR SHOW GOODALLS
JUN 8 THE LAST PICTURE SHOW-DRIVE-IN MOVIE GARRISONS
JUN 9 PONY EXPRESS CAR RACE WATERMANS
JUN 16-16 PISMO HOT ROD CAR SHOW SMITHA/TAVARES
JUN 28 CLINGAN’S JUNCTION RUN QUALLS
JUL 4 4 TH OF JULY PARTY-KROEKERVILLE KROEKERS
JUL 12 FOSTER FREEZE RUN-REEDLEY CURTIS/GARRISONS
JUL 13-14 MAMMOTH JAZZ FESTIVAL HALLS
JUL 20 MARIPOSA DINNER RUN CRAFTON/BOYD
JUL 27 PROGRESSIVE DINNER RUN BIRDS/COMERS/RENNAS
AUG 11 RIB BBQ – KROEKERVILLE TAVARES/RENNAS
AUG 23 SONIC DRIVE-IN/W COB-BAKERSFIELD GARRISONS
SEP 6 VINEYARD CASINO DINNER RUN CURTIS
SEP 8 NEW ZEALAND VISITORS WELCOME POTLUCK MITCHELLS/SMITHAS
SEP 14 BASS LAKE BBQ HOWELLS/SANDERSONS
SEP 22 PONY EXPRESS CAR RACE WATERMANS
SEP 27-29 MAGICAL NON-MYSTERY TOUR CURTIS
OCT 4 HOMECOMING-CENTRAL HIGH QUALLS
OCT 11 HOMECOMING-CLOVIS WEST HIGH CURTIS
OCT 12 LIBERTY CAR SHOW-SELMA GARRISONS
OCT 18 FOWLER FALL FESTIVAL GARRISONS
OCT 18 CARUTHERS TAIL GATE PARTY QUALLS
OCT 25 SHERWOOD INN DINNER RUN VIAUS
NOV 1 HOMECOMING-SANGER HIGH GARRISONS
NOV 1 HOMECOMING-FRESNO HIGH TAVARES
NOV 1 HOMECOMING-HOOVER HIGH CURTIS
DEC 14 CVC CHRISTMAS PARTY GOODALLS/GARRISONS
MYSTERY RUNS – THRU THE YEARS
BROOKDALE LODGE-FERNDALE, CA
MONTEREY, DUNSMUIR, SAN FRANCISCO
DISNEYLAND, CALISTOGA, SANTA CRUZ, WINCHESTER MYSTERY HOUSE
OLD TOWN SACRAMENTO, FORT BRAGG STEAM TRAIN
BENICA, CA, SAN SIMIEON, CA
SALINAS WILD THINGS ADVENTURE PARK
LAS VEGAS, SANTA CRUZ
HOLLYWOOD, SAN DIEGO
BODIE, SAN FRANCISCO-REDWOODS-BENBOW
LAS VEGAS, SANTA MARIA
I Will Not Wear
You like my hat?
It looks better
How a White 1982 Corvette Ended Up in Iceland
You never know where a Corvette is going to turn up.
Take, for example, this white 1982 Corvette that left the United States and today is
roaring along on the roads of Iceland!
The owner, Sigfus B. Sverrisson, has been around cars his whole life, thanks to his
grandfather – the man who founded the company that imported Volkswagens, Land
Rovers, and Audis to Iceland years ago.
Sverrisson says he could identify vehicles by their headlights by the time he was four
years old, but it was on a trip to America that he fell in love with Corvettes.
He and his mom were enjoying a float at a Howard Johnson’s when a Corvette pulled
into the parking lot. It was love at first sight for Sverrisson, who says the sports car
looked like it was going 200 miles per hour.
Once he returned home to Iceland, it took him 10 years, but he finally became one of
only two Corvette owners in the entire country at that time!
Now, he drives this white 1982 that he imported from America, prompting lots of curious
glances from fellow motorists in Iceland.
“When people see it they smile, they look at it and they wonder if they know Corvettes
at all,” Sverrisson says. That smile seems to be a universal reaction to
Corvettes. Enjoy this scenic video of driving his Corvette in Iceland.
Happy New Year! I
hope everyone had an
enjoyable holiday and that the New Year will be happy and healthy for you and
yours. As Skip reported in the December newsletter, there was a total of 34 runs in
both 2015 and 2016. Let’s plan to beat that in 2017! Looking below, you can see
that we need to get to work if we are going to accomplish that. All kinds of runs are
welcome---movie runs, dinner runs, day runs, and overnight or longer runs. I would
especially like to encourage newer members to consider planning a run. If you need
help with the planning process, all you need to do is ask—there are plenty of “old”
members willing to help. We even have a handout on how to put on a run and if
you would like a copy just ask me. Remember runs are really what this club is about
and the more we do, the more fun we will have! DICK DANIELSEN
JAN 11 Movie Nite at Maya Cinemas Fosnaugh
FEB 5 Super Bowl Anderson’s
MAR 4 Bakersfield Drag Races Severance
APR 20-22 Laughlin Garrison’s
APR 29 Clovis Rodeo Parade & Lunch Fosnaugh
MAY 17-20 Lake Tahoe / Virginia City Lebda’s,
Henenfent’s & Danielsen’s
JULY 2018 Colorado Rocky Mountain High,Tour 4 Hansen’s
GENERAL MEETING ALWAYS 3 RD TUESDAY 6:30 PM
BOARD MEETINGS DAY & TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED
FIRST BOARD METING WILL BE HELD AT ANDY ANDERSON’S HOUSE
JANUARY 2 nd at 7:00 PM
Dominos 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month
Saturday, March 4
8:15 AM..... Group 2 Round 1 Eliminations
......................... Run Order: Hot Rod, D/Gas, C/Gas, Nost. Elim 3, Nost. Elim 2, B/Gas, Nost. Elim 1, A/Gas
12:30 PM... Funny Car & Top Fuel Qualifying Session 3
2:15 PM..... Group 1 Round 1 Eliminations
......................... Run Order: 7.0 Pro, Junior Fuel, A/Fuel
3:15 PM..... Funny Car Round 1 Eliminations
4:00 PM..... Fuel Altered Qualifying Session 2
Rear Motor Top Fuel Session 2
......................... Followed by Nost. Elim 1 Round 2 and 7.0 Pro Round 2
5:00 PM..... Secure
Sign up at the Jan meeting. Probably leave Fresno Sat the 4 th about 6:30am, first
race is 8:15. Also car show, swap meet, vendors, etc. Always a fun time. Questions
call Skip or Andy. Bring sun screen and a hat.
LAKE TAHOE AND VIRGINIA CITY!
Visit Lake Tahoe and Virginia City
When: May 17, 18, 19, and 20, 2017
Where: Montbleu Resort Casino - Lake Tahoe
Run start time and meeting location yet to be determined
For room reservations: Call the Montbleu Hotel at 800-367-4554. Reservations may also be made on line.
If making reservations on line refer to code STCVC17. By phone, use the same code or Central Valley
Reservations can be made anytime beginning in January.
The rate is $59.00 plus taxes on Wednesday and Thursday nights, $89.00 plus taxes on Friday night, and, if you
wish to stay over on Saturday night, the rate is $129.00 plus taxes.
A trip fee of $300.00 is due by the March meeting.
On Wednesday, May 17, we will drive to Lake Tahoe via scenic Hwy. 88 and enjoy a group dinner that night at
the Montbleu Hotel.
On Thursday, May 18, we will take a leisurely drive to Virginia City and have lunch at the Bucket of Blood
Saloon. There will be plenty of time to shop and look around. Dinner will be on your own.
On Friday, May 19, we will cruise Lake Tahoe and visit a boat museum. Dinner will be on your own.
On Saturday, May 20, either drive home or stay and play another night!
REMEMBER YOUR CB RADIO!
MIKE/MARY LOU LEBDA: 298-7993 MIKE/LYNNE HENENFENT: 977-2427
DICK/RUTHIE DANIELSEN: 298-5229
I WANT YOUR CORVETTE
In the Clovis Rodeo’s
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Judy’s Donuts in The Trading Post Center on the SE corner of Herndon & Clovis Ave.
Time: Donuts & Coffee from 7:45 to 8:00 am - No later than 8:00 am, Saturday, April 27, 2017
We leave at 8:00 am to the parade staging area (Jefferson, just west of Sunnyside).
We MUST be in place on Jefferson before 8:25 am as they close all of the streets
in that area at that time.
We will wait on Jefferson approximately ½ to 1 hour until we are called on to line up.
Wear/Bring: Your Patriotic Cap & CVC Shirt / American Flags & Decor, Water, Chair, Umbrella, etc.
ABSOLUTELY NO BURN-OUT OF TIRES. If one car spins its tires, we will all be escorted off
the parade route and never be invited back again. No throwing of candy or trinkets.
(Only walkers may hand out goodies). Yes, you MAY honk, wave, smile and sing!
We will meet up after the Parade at Red Robin, SE corner Shaw/Clovis for lunch / Ice Cream
Contact: Charlie Fosnaugh at email@example.com or 281-2876
Or Co-Chair : Mike Lebda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-9971
Sign up by the April 18 th Meeting!
Central Valley Silent Sleigh event at California
Air National Guard base in Fresno
With Mike Lebda’s & Terri Park’s Sleigh’s
Central Valley Corvettes Hayride at Charlottes
Central Valley Corvettes Central Coast Run
December 27-30, 2016
What a GREAT RUN to
Such a BEAUTIFUL Place!
• Torch Red Convertable
• Jet Black Interior
• Fully Loaded
• less than 100 Miles on it
• MSRP $80,410
• CVC Price, only $73,637