Dang...I'm not too far away (about an hour) but I can't make it for tonight. Tom C (Toms70Mach1) is also in the area but he's recovering from recent illness. I WILL tell you this however...the best place to go for good food and drink is a place called Red Star located at the train station. They make their own beer, and the food is generally outstanding. Good luck. Hopefully there's someone else on the list that I'm not thinking about that can make it. Are you only here for one evening? If you know you're going to be in the area again, give me (us) a little more advance notice and I could meet up with you.
PS...There are other Opelers (brothers) I just thought of...I'll try PM you to give you their contact details.
It's utter BS the way tipping has gone in the US.
Now there are jobs that actually EXPECT a tip as part of the service.
We pay for a service, then have to add money, out of the goodness of our hearts, just so the end service provider can make ends meet.
When I go to a...
I have a plain US 1972 Opel Manta that I'm beginning to restore. I have a line on a 1973 Rallye model for parts. I've read that the Rallye adds the stripes and the gauge package, but also has different suspension. Anyone know what the specific changes on the suspension are for a Rallye?
This is a popular thread in another car forum that I frequent, so I thought I would try it out here, and see if it catches on.
In that forum, it is a "sticky" so it stays near the top of the thread list and has about 180 pages of replies. :cool:
Basically, just a few words or whatever you want...