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This is the NIRVANA of Destiny
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So what are your Corvette options if you don't take it out once in a while on some kind of a track, somewhere:
 
1. Pull the vette out of the garage, wash it, dry it, polish it, then put it back in the garage.
 
2. Pull it out of the garage, wash it wax it, go for a ride to a car show and sit there for 6 hours after you polish it again. Then drive it home, slowly, wash it again and put it back in the garage. The next owner or your kids will be grateful you didn't put any miles on it. Cover it, and kiss it goodnight.
 
3. Pull it out of the garage, wash it, wax it, go on a cruise 11 miles to a pancake breakfast. Sit at breakfast and worry that somebody may park too close so you don't have 2nds because you have to get it back home to wash it, and put it in the garage and cover it after a strenuous 22 miles, and bad eggs. 
 
3. Or, take it to an autocross where there are dozens of real Corvette lovers, put on your helmet and drive as fast as you want around a nice safe course to the cheers of the crowd. Finish your run and see how close you are to everyone else who ran, calm down, take your pulse, hey, your young again.
Go home and put the trophy on the fireplace, the car has served you well, and you didn't get any bad eggs.

Seems like an easy choice, join some real Corvette'rs, hey it's a car, a fast car, it's a 'VETTE"

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