Have to weigh shipping costs to road trip costs.
I kind of keep road trips for something I want down to a day, say 6 hours one way which would barely get me out of Texas, although a good radar detector decreases travel time a bunch.
"This Cressida has made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs."
last time I went to the armpit america -- oops spelled that wrong Amarillo tx -- I thought the speed limit was 75 on any hwy (2 lane, 4, divided or not)? Amarillo in august, ahh you can smell the cattle before the airplane even lands.
I drove 7 hr to Iowa to pickup my 86.5.
but the real answer to your question : as far as I need to go buddy, as far as I need to go
I sold the house to buy the dry sump setup... does that count?
Err... just noticing that you are all talking distance. I like road trips, have made one to Fort Collins, around 5 hours one way, for a car, and to Denver for another one, which is closer to 6 with traffic being what it is these days. I've delivered pizza in my 89 Supra about 1000 miles once, that was fun, still warm when we got there!
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