- Posted June 28, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
I love my Corvette
A Corvette Addict
In the subsequent years, marriage, homes, children, work assignments, budgets, all required that the Corvette dream remain just that. Finally, in 1984, it happened! A Marina Blue, '67 Roadster just reached out and grabbed me. I was hooked!
I joined Classic Glass Corvette Club, started buying excessive amounts of wax's and polish's, car covers, new parts, you all know the story. It was pitiful. Nobody can own just one, so a second 'Vette, a '71 Big Block Coupe joined the family. Now, my wife was hooked too!
NCRS, NCCC, NCOA, ISCA, CCA memberships all increased the addiction. Soon, 2 '69 Roadsters had been purchased and restored. A 2000 convertible has joined the group. Corvette trophies are everywhere, Corvette Liquor Decanters, Corvette models, Corvette signs. Where will it all end?
OK..... I admit it, I’M AN ADDICT!! But the regular monthly support meetings of the Classic Glass Corvette Club aren't helping! The NCM and the NCM Motorsports Park just adds to the problem. I thought that the CURE will be to get a new '10 Grand Sport when they came out. WRONG!
EDITORS NOTE: Contributions to the "Cure Wayne's Addiction" fund will be gratefully accepted and are not tax deductible.