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    perfect Iukid...perfect

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    i might be down

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    In for interest...if I have my new car by then.
    Hmmmm... I've got nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liqidvenom View Post
    i might be down
    might be... lets conquer the dragon. One of americas most famous roads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just In Time View Post
    might be... lets conquer the dragon. One of americas most famous roads!
    if its a good date ill be down 100%

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    Spring is one of the busier times. Lots of enthusiasts itching from the long winter hibernation. Also lots of bikers flying around there to watch out for....
    "Champions are made from something they have deep inside them a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill and the will. But the will must be stronger than the skill. " Muhammad Ali

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    well as i stated. I will be calling to see if we can get the road closed so this drive may cost something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just In Time View Post
    well as i stated. I will be calling to see if we can get the road closed so this drive may cost something.
    Are you kidding me?

    Closing the dragon? I LOL'd. This is a public highway, and a super busy one at that being used by people not just up there having fun. This is not some "backroad" which I think you think it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just In Time View Post
    well as i stated. I will be calling to see if we can get the road closed so this drive may cost something.
    So who is at fault if an accident occurs? Or even worse a fatality... Don't think the DOT is going to allow a bunch of exotic cars to break speed limits and drive recklessly (which will be done according to DOT standards) for a small donation.... All it takes is one HELL of attorney to get there hands on any "issues" and sue the Bagizers out of the state,city or whoever else they can...

    Great "idea" but will never happen... I very well could be wrong, but I do not believe the PCH has ever been closed for a private "party/drive"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniDHinkle View Post
    Are you kidding me?

    Closing the dragon? I LOL'd. This is a public highway, and a super busy one at that being used by people not just up there having fun. This is not some "backroad" which I think you think it is.
    THis would not be a couple people otherwise road wouldnt need to be closed. If I decide to close the road I would go thru dot or highway patrol. I know this is no backroad. however If i can shut down Mackinaw bridge for several hours in the middle of summer Im sure I could handle the dragon. The way it sits i dont think it needs to be shut down.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Jankipotamus View Post
    So who is at fault if an accident occurs? Or even worse a fatality... Don't think the DOT is going to allow a bunch of exotic cars to break speed limits and drive recklessly (which will be done according to DOT standards) for a small donation.... All it takes is one HELL of attorney to get there hands on any "issues" and sue the Bagizers out of the state,city or whoever else they can...

    Great "idea" but will never happen... I very well could be wrong, but I do not believe the PCH has ever been closed for a private "party/drive"
    Its called insurance. You cover the road closing with insurance. I have done this before. understand that ferrari club of america closes down major freeways and roads every year in your state for there big yearly gathering.

    As it sits now im not worried bout closing road.

    the event will be during mid week and will be in march or early april.
    you either attend or do not but hopefully attend.

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