I’ve owned Cavaliers since 1997. That’s my high school days! I still own two of them today. My 1992 Z24 was purchased in ’98 and my 1994 Z24 acquired in ’03. I used to run the biggest site on the net for the 2nd gen Cavaliers, v6z24.com, until selling the site in recent years.
I’ve continued to organize a yearly “bash” for members of the site together. This is the 11th annual event, and the first year that I’ll be attending sans-Cavalier. Unfortunately neither of my J-Body beasts were up for making the trip this year. Scandalous, I know.
Here’s the little Abarth nestled in amongst some bigger little cars.
With some Cavs
3 whole feet shorter than a Cavalier
Still the same width as a Cav
The Abarth’s first road trip comes the next day. It’s a Kansas City Chiefs are at home this Sunday, and I’m a photographer for all their games. Looks like rain today.
Forgot to take a photo of the ODO right after purchase. This is about 60 miles later
My toys… Here’s the threesome. The new 2013 Abarth with the ’94 Z24 and ’77 Kawasaki KZ900. Never mind the weeds…
Less than 24 hrs since first setting eyes on the Abarth, the papers were being signed. Time to make room in the
stable garage. Just two of us at home. 5 vehicles. Sounds about right
Here she is up at Saylorville her first night home.
Head in the clouds
Sittin tall. A bit too tall… She could use a drop :)
Stopped on a whim to stop by Billion Fiat over lunch to see how the Abarth looked in person. There were 5 on the lot; 2 nero (black) and 3 grigio (gray). Never should have agreed to the test drive… there is no going back now.