Monthly Archives: February 2016

Deep Thoughts

A couple of items: one, the HSD definitely shifts easier with the proper shift knob. Lest I didn’t mention it earlier (several of the Polar Bear group heard the story), after leaving church last Sunday I initially got on I-64 … Continue reading

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The Bear’s Done For Another Year

Short entry tonight…we matched last year’s record turnout with 28 cars, about 40-45 people total and quite a variety: besides multiple Triumphs, today’s Polar Bear Run included Corvettes, Jaguars, a gaggle of Miatas/MX5s plus a few other vehicles including a … Continue reading

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Magnificent!

Yup, incredible: third weekend of February, temperature’s right about 75, skies are clear, had to get the HSD out of the garage for about 45 minutes of pre-Polar Bear road testing. Everything seems to be working properly, should be a … Continue reading

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Great Day For A Drive 2

Short one…about two hours ago I returned from the first run over a planned rallye course, had a ball.  The local owners/enthusiasts of Chevrolet’s “rear-engined wonder,” the Show-Me Corvair Club, is planning their 2nd Annual Spring Rally for 7 May … Continue reading

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Great Day For A Drive 1

Last Sunday the Jaguar Association of Greater St Louis held their (presumably) first annual “Blue Line Roads, Fried Chicken & BBQ Pork Steaks Rallye,” down to Washington and back.  Yeah, it was a tad cool (mid-30s, IIRC) and yeah, the … Continue reading

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