This car had been to Mondello's
Olds Nats for a
years since 1990, runner-up in Street Stock one year. It
low 15's. Not bad for 4600#! Stomp on it and the
will go up in smoke. Civilized power!
Here's Linda Vaughn posing at one
of the Norwalk
Unfortunately, after I sold it, the next owner had the mis-fortune of having someone running a stop sign in front of him, putting an end to the life of this classic Olds.
This was a daily driver, a '90 Toronado Trofeo. A refined luxury ride, but handles surprising well: .84 Gs on the skid pad. This car will spoil you. The corporate 3.8 though not that powerful is quite adequate, smooth, and reliable. With all of the expected creature comforts, it also had an integral cell phone and the Visual Information Center which is essentially a touch screen tv monitor with ALOT of amazing info.
In addition to the above, I've also had:
1967 442, Cutlass Supreme Sport Coupe
1967 Vista Cruiser
1966 Cutlass Supreme (shown behind the '66 442 in
1977 Cutlass Supreme
1978 Custom Cruiser
1982 Custom Cruiser
Last, but not least, and certainly not an
is my first car: My Grandmother's 1955 Chevy.
Picture was taken in 1972 (note the '72 plates. I still have them hanging in my garage!).
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