More Amateur Goodness

It’s Friday! It’s the last day in July and it has dramatically cooled off around here. The 90 degree temperatures and humidity have been replaced with highs only in the upper 70s. It feels like we’re skipping August and heading directly into September. Not very happy about this.

For the second day in a row I have amateur goodness to share with all of you. This one was submitted by a reader who is no stranger to contributing amateur goodness in the past. He says that his lady friend is 43 and happens to be a bikini circuit competitor. That’s gotta be a good thing, right?

Double babes & double jokes… enjoy!

-keep

Keep, My new lady friend bikini circuit competitor 43, me 61, it’s a great time to be alive and thank god for low dose cialis, lol, trudat! -Anonymous

Amateur Goodness

It’s Thursday. Today I have some amateur goodness to share with all of you. There wasn’t much info on this one other than it’s the wife of one of my readers. I don’t know about you but that’s good enough for me… enjoy!   

-keep

Keep, one of my favorite pics of the missus. Please keep anonymous. -Anonymous

C2 Corvette Goodness


It’s Wednesday. Today I have some Corvette goodness of the C2 kind. And not just any second generation Corvette, but one of the most highly collectible, a 1967. The reason why the ’67 is so desirable today is the result of a number of factors. As the last of the model year, it was seen as the best of all the C2’s. By 1967 all the quirks and mechanical issues that surfaced over the years were basically resolved. Another contributing factor were options. At the very top were the high horsepower big block engines, factory side pipes, color combinations, and various rare options all added to the ’67’s popularity. The fact that they’re pretty bad-ass looking didn’t hurt either!

The photos of this beautiful 1967 Corvette come from Michael, a reader who saw this historical gem at a body shop. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have any of the specifics on the car but there are a few clues revealed by the photos. One of the most important is the Stinger hood. Those were only available on ’67s with big block engines. The 427 badge on the hood confirms that this is indeed a big block car which can greatly influence the price. It’s also a convertible, which is highly desirable, and the color is Goodwood Green with white interior and top. I’m just having fun here but all these factors (and many more) all determine the collectibility and value of the car. A Corvette like this with it’s original powertrain, low miles, and paperwork can bring some serious money. It would also be a whole lot of fun to drive!

A huge thanks to Michael for sending in the photos!

-keep

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