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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Spotted in the Slate Belt!

His Eminence was at the 5-Points Gas Station in Upper Mount Bethel last night, drag racing against teenagers in this beauty.

20 comments:

Jamie Kelton said...

Ok I'm lost now

Who's corvette is this ?

Ken Kraft said...

Its a nice ride

Bernie O'Hare said...

Jamie, His Eminence is the term I use when referring to Ron Angle, Sludge Baron, Cigar aficionado and a SeanchaĆ­ who puts all Irishmen to shame.

Ken, It is without doubt a badass car. You'd love it.

Anonymous said...

Isn't he referred to as the King of Shit?

Did the car smell bad?

Bernie O'Hare said...

Not at all. That green body is not fiberglass, by the way.

Anonymous said...

All corvettes are fiberglass.

Anonymous said...

Bernie what year is it. It looks like a 64?

Ken Kraft said...

Looks like a 1967 Stingray convertible to me. But i am just guessing

Bernie O'Hare said...

Damn, you're good. You got it on the first try. It is a '67, and I believe there are just 14,000 miles.

Anonymous said...

Another example of how Ron doesn't care about Mother Earth, conspicuous consumption by way of antique smog belcher.

Blue Badger

Bernie O'Hare said...

He has the Corvette setup to belch out cigar smoke now and then, too.

Anonymous said...

Just showing off. I'm curious if he gets away without paying for his gas like he used to do in his younger days at Reagle Dodge.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Haters gonna' hate. Are you still mad over the time he diddled your wife? That was so long ago. Besides, she's your sister.

Anonymous said...

It's a great car. Let it belch all the smog it wants. I would have it in my garage any day!

Doc Rock said...

The Second Generation Corvette (C2) had a short, but glorious run, beginning with the classic split-window Stingray Coupe in 1963. GM loaded the 'Vette with horsepower to match its aggressive look.

Ah, the glory days of American muscle cars!

Anonymous said...

Modern American muscle cars put the old ones to shame. Styling is unfortunately global; however, actual horsepower is up. Also new suspensions are better suited to handle the power with turning and braking systems better than ever.

Carman!

Anonymous said...

There are no modern American muscle cars. Corvette owners wave to each other they know something others dont. Give me a Vette any year any day

Anonymous said...

"There are no modern American muscle cars"

Dodge Challenger Hellcat with over 700HP, to name just one. Look, rose colored glasses are great and I enjoy a nice oldies cruise night with my car but time to smell the coffee and the new era of American muscle cars can out power, out maneuver and out brake any of the old stuff.

Styling may not be as good but mechanically the modern muscle is light years ahead of what we had.

By the way if Angles vette is as nice all around as the ass end looks, he had to drop at least 50K, depending on powertrain to get that thing.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Yes, the Dodge Challenger is awesome. That Vette is nice all the way around and is worth at least $50k. But over the weekend, I was speaking to some guys who have Teslas. The new electric car goes 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. Imagine that!

Ken Kraft said...

Tesla is s great car