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Originally Posted by Gino View Post
today, 16oF on the way to work; no snow on the ground; a rain 3 days ago to wash off the salt and sand. dry and sunny (when it came up) with the temp gauge between the first and second white line. this is the only time of year I get the tires to break loose between shifts from 2 to 3 and 3 to 4 because of the dense, cold air boost... noticeably more power. a blast!!

Can I get an amen brutha!?!?

Totally.

Nail / head.

I snuk outside this a.m. on the way to work, took one look at the sky, one big COLD inhalation in, and muttered: nine-thirty.

1" of flurries forecasted - BE DAMNED!

These things REALLY do like the cold. Well, once they get warm that is, of course. Feels waaaaaaaaay under-tire'd heh heh.

Boxxersix... 18" snows are $$$... and reserved for my Alumibish 8-). I imagine the rear engined car would do well with snows on though. My '76 Westfalia was a hoot in the white stuff certainly...

Let 'em rip fellas!

ps. there's always the lakes - muwahahahaaa...

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