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Mach1Racer
05-22-2008, 08:11 PM
:( Wow, ther is a whole place for girl Cobra Owners to go, and there is not a single post???? Come to think of it....I Have never seen a girl driving a cobra.

cobrabitn
05-22-2008, 11:00 PM
Judging by your location in your avatar, there probably aren't a whole lot of Cobras down there, eh? :doubt:

97whitevert
05-23-2008, 07:05 PM
Judging by your location in your avatar, there probably aren't a whole lot of Cobras down there, eh? :doubt::rotf::rotf::rotf::rotf::rotf::rotf::rotf:



good reply, T :thumbsup: cuz I am not ready to answer THIS one- I may say something I won't regret!:rolleyes:

tazzracing1
05-25-2008, 10:51 PM
I would guess he is from Hell, Michigan.

winddysvt
05-27-2008, 02:01 PM
:( Wow, ther is a whole place for girl Cobra Owners to go, and there is not a single post???? Come to think of it....I Have never seen a girl driving a cobra.
well...


once you do see us driving a Cobra --


you won't see us for long.

You will be trying to catch us...
but you won't be able to.


:thumbsup:

tazzracing1
05-27-2008, 05:41 PM
I have to agree with you on that Bonny

winddysvt
05-27-2008, 06:32 PM
Well...

I didnt say it to brag..
and, heck, I don't even own my Cobra anymore..

but I still drive one every now and then, and I do know many girls that drive their Cobra's (mustangs, Mach I's, Shelby's, etc) smooth as silk.....!!

Many of us (like me) have also had a very active part in modifying our Cobra's and we have achieved a more than satisfactory end result...

thank you for the complement.
That is very much appreciated.



I have to agree with you on that Bonny

tazzracing1
05-27-2008, 09:43 PM
I'm sure you are lost without Trigger. How is everything going these days. I hope to see you and Tim sometime. I was very impressed by both of you. I wish I could have bought trigger.

winddysvt
05-27-2008, 11:32 PM
I know the car is in good hands.

Over the winter he will be storing Trigger inside along with his other Mustang. Trigger has a special cover, and a special place in his heart so I know that I did the right thing.

Everything is going alright here.
Tim and I keep pretty busy with work and family.

We try to get out to California twice a year to visit our daughter and son in law, and twice a year go to Florida and help to take care of my Mom and Dad. They need help....


I do miss all of the friends that we gained being a part of the Cobra club and all... but I will check in now and then.

Keep me posted on any events that are in the midwest and then if we have a free weekend we will come say hello!

take care of yourself and drive safe...

and stay away from "hell"..


:rolleyes: :mad:
I'm sure you are lost without Trigger. How is everything going these days. I hope to see you and Tim sometime. I was very impressed by both of you. I wish I could have bought trigger.

tazzracing1
05-28-2008, 07:32 AM
We have a show on June 7 at Les Standford Ford and we have Gingerman in Sept. Well can't wait to hear from you again.

winddysvt
05-28-2008, 12:56 PM
Whoops..

I forgot to add that it would have been an honor if you could have bought Trigger...

there is always another day..



enjoy your summer and I hope its not tooooo hot...

:cool:

STACYSTANGZ
05-28-2008, 04:49 PM
well...


once you do see us driving a Cobra --


you won't see us for long.

You will be trying to catch us...
but you won't be able to.


:thumbsup:

:lol: :hello:

Just thought Id chime in as well!

winddysvt
05-28-2008, 05:07 PM
:lol: :hello:
:flash:


chiming in sounds like an awesome idea!
thanks!

Just thought Id chime in as well!

wildwoman
05-30-2008, 08:54 AM
Ding Ding Ding, chiming in as well.
My Mystichrome is the 3rd Cobra I have owned. I love 'em. My baby sits in the garage next to my Sportster and Tom's Fat Boy. Garage is only big enough for 2 bikes and a cobra so his F150 has to sit in the driveway. And Bon, if your daughter is still in Santa Barbara I know exactly how long it takes me to drive there, 1 1/2 hours it's 88.5 miles from here to Cottage Hospital. Tom was there for 12 days so I could now drive it with my eyes closed. He has a misshap with his bike back in March. Those were tough times, broke his right leg, left wrist and right arm he broke all very close to the joint so they gave him a new titanium shoulder ball. But not to fear, he is healing very well and the shoulder is coming along. Thank god for leathers and a helmet, so no road rash. It's been a rough winter for me, had to get new shoes on my baby and a clutch, flywheel and throughout bearing. Dang these cars can get expensive and let's not even talk about gas!!!!! :mad:
Hope all is well with the family Bon,
Deb

winddysvt
05-30-2008, 04:13 PM
Hey Deb -


thank you so much for chiming in!
Grrrrreat to hear from you again...

sorry about the mishap ..
I hope Tom heals well!!


Which direction are you from Santa Barbara?
My daughter lives near Solvang..
about an hour north of Santa Barbara...

I'd love to see you again .. !!

Bonny
Ding Ding Ding, chiming in as well.
My Mystichrome is the 3rd Cobra I have owned. I love 'em. My baby sits in the garage next to my Sportster and Tom's Fat Boy. Garage is only big enough for 2 bikes and a cobra so his F150 has to sit in the driveway. And Bon, if your daughter is still in Santa Barbara I know exactly how long it takes me to drive there, 1 1/2 hours it's 88.5 miles from here to Cottage Hospital. Tom was there for 12 days so I could now drive it with my eyes closed. He has a misshap with his bike back in March. Those were tough times, broke his right leg, left wrist and right arm he broke all very close to the joint so they gave him a new titanium shoulder ball. But not to fear, he is healing very well and the shoulder is coming along. Thank god for leathers and a helmet, so no road rash. It's been a rough winter for me, had to get new shoes on my baby and a clutch, flywheel and throughout bearing. Dang these cars can get expensive and let's not even talk about gas!!!!! :mad:
Hope all is well with the family Bon,
Deb

winddysvt
05-30-2008, 05:21 PM
Mach 1 Racer -

thanks for getting the Ladies Forum going again...


We come out of the woodwork every now and then....

:thumbsup: :bounce:

RockVillain
05-31-2008, 11:44 AM
:( Wow, ther is a whole place for girl Cobra Owners to go, and there is not a single post???? Come to think of it....I Have never seen a girl driving a cobra.
We are a rare breed indeed ;)

Angel
06-18-2008, 05:16 PM
We are a rare breed indeed ;)
:D Get it all the time; - ".. look, there's a girl driving that car...". :rotf:


My Angel is a GT500 with Bassani 3" offroad exhaust and a JLT. Some drsss up stuff and lots of Zaino. ( the Local Cobra Crew loves to hear my Angel Sing! :D )

I daily drive (yes, I like my V-8) a triple black Roush 427R. ;)

winddysvt
06-25-2008, 02:21 AM
Hey,....



one of my very good friends lives in Texas!

her name is Cynthia--
she does not drive a Cobra but I think she would if she had one!

like you,
she lives in Katy, Texas!

I named one of my birds after her...

That would be cool if you knew her..

is Katy a big town / city?
:thumbsup: :bounce:
:D Get it all the time; - ".. look, there's a girl driving that car...". :rotf:


My Angel is a GT500 with Bassani 3" offroad exhaust and a JLT. Some drsss up stuff and lots of Zaino. ( the Local Cobra Crew loves to hear my Angel Sing! :D )

I daily drive (yes, I like my V-8) a triple black Roush 427R. ;)

Angel
06-25-2008, 12:07 PM
Hey,....



one of my very good friends lives in Texas!

her name is Cynthia--
she does not drive a Cobra but I think she would if she had one!

like you,
she lives in Katy, Texas!

I named one of my birds after her...

That would be cool if you knew her..

is Katy a big town / city?
:thumbsup: :bounce:
Well, I need to update my Avatar. I now live in Houston in the Energy Corridor. Katy is not far away though.

Katy has, I guestimating here, it's growing at the speed of Minks, lol, about 150K Residents. It is a Suburb West of Houston on the I-10. One Subdivision called Cinco Ranch, that they had been building on for about 18 years, has in the range of 25k houses!

Tell Cynthia about the South Central Region Forums. We go out once a week for a weekly meet and periodically do Track / Show / and Cruises; - in and around the Houston area. :thumbsup:

winddysvt
06-26-2008, 01:06 AM
WOW...



I didnt realize that Katy was so big! I figured that it was a small little town..


The thing that I really love about Texas is the wide open spaces and all the horse ranches!!

My horse is now permanently retired on a ranch in Iowa, but I am share boarding a beautiful paint gelding that I ride several times a week.



I will tell Cynthia about your meets...

.. hey, if you ever see a couple with two bright Atlantic blue Cobra's, tell them Bonny said hi!

;-)

take care!

Bonny
Well, I need to update my Avatar. I now live in Houston in the Energy Corridor. Katy is not far away though.

Katy has, I guestimating here, it's growing at the speed of Minks, lol, about 150K Residents. It is a Suburb West of Houston on the I-10. One Subdivision called Cinco Ranch, that they had been building on for about 18 years, has in the range of 25k houses!

Tell Cynthia about the South Central Region Forums. We go out once a week for a weekly meet and periodically do Track / Show / and Cruises; - in and around the Houston area. :thumbsup:

Angel
06-26-2008, 11:26 AM
WOW...



I didnt realize that Katy was so big! I figured that it was a small little town..


The thing that I really love about Texas is the wide open spaces and all the horse ranches!!

My horse is now permanently retired on a ranch in Iowa, but I am share boarding a beautiful paint gelding that I ride several times a week.



I will tell Cynthia about your meets...

.. hey, if you ever see a couple with two bright Atlantic blue Cobra's, tell them Bonny said hi!

;-)

take care!

Bonny
Everything about Houston is getting huge. :eek: It must be up to five million population; - between the City and the Burbs...

winddysvt
06-27-2008, 02:03 AM
Everything about Houston is getting huge. :eek: It must be up to five million population; - between the City and the Burbs...

I have had some experience with Animal Rescue
(mostly birds), and I love to watch Animal Cops - Houston...



once there was an episode that included a rescue that took place in Katy...



Watching the program helped me to realize that Houston is what, the 4th largest city in the U.S.?


New York, Los Angelos, Chicago then Houston..

I think..
at any rate, I live not too far away from Chicago...


it is a beautiful City!!! We are very proud of it, and Lake Michigan is definitely a Lake that everyone must see at some point in their life..

:thumbsup: :bounce:

Angel
06-27-2008, 11:16 AM
I have had some experience with Animal Rescue
(mostly birds), and I love to watch Animal Cops - Houston...



once there was an episode that included a rescue that took place in Katy...



Watching the program helped me to realize that Houston is what, the 4th largest city in the U.S.?


New York, Los Angelos, Chicago then Houston..

I think..
at any rate, I live not too far away from Chicago...


it is a beautiful City!!! We are very proud of it, and Lake Michigan is definitely a Lake that everyone must see at some point in their life..

:thumbsup: :bounce:
I do believe we are getting close to being #3.

Been to the Great Lakes and Chicago. Very nice up there. Vinyards are beautiful and try to see the Falls on the Canadian side; - they will let you on a boat tour as well.

2004MystiSVT
07-07-2008, 01:28 PM
:( Wow, ther is a whole place for girl Cobra Owners to go, and there is not a single post???? Come to think of it....I Have never seen a girl driving a cobra.
You must not be driving around the right places....but believe me...they (WE) are out there!!! :thumbsup:

Angel
07-07-2008, 07:14 PM
You must not be driving around the right places....but believe me...they (WE) are out there!!! :thumbsup:
:eek: :D

There are a few of us locally that I know of that regularly Snake about. :rotf:

cobrabitn
07-07-2008, 09:27 PM
What can we do to our website to draw more lady owners to our site??

97whitevert
07-08-2008, 10:00 AM
I don't know tony:(

Angel
07-08-2008, 11:01 AM
What can we do to our website to draw more lady owners to our site??Maybe do some advertising or thread posting about our events, etc. on affiliated sites like the HPD Group does with their Racing and Cruise events? We can carry Flyers as well and pass out. Normally, I tell them about the Group and write down the site link for them. :thumbsup:

I've helped get a few Members Registered, and some ladies, via car shows and AutoRama. :)

wildwoman
07-13-2008, 10:25 AM
Bonny, sorry about the delay in answering. Been very busy playing nurse these past few months, but thankfully, Tom is doing well and is now completely self suffiicient. The shoulder could take quite a bit longer to fully regain function but he is well on his way.
I am SE of Santa Barbara, Tom crashed in Lompoc so that must be close to Solvang since its about an hour north of SB.
That is such a beautiful area along the coast. I actually told Tom the other day that we should go to Solvang as he is swedish and has a chair that needs a new pad, we haven't seen anything around here with the right pattern to recover it. I thought Solvang would be just the place to look.
Take care, Deb

It wasn't bad enough that I had to get a new clutch, flywheel and throwout bearing, just had to replace the hydraulic brake unit too. It decided to leak fluid on the inside soaking my carpet, ewwww stinky.

kevinflick03
07-13-2008, 12:58 PM
What can we do to our website to draw more lady owners to our site??

Add my picture to it. lol :rotf:

97whitevert
07-14-2008, 09:53 AM
Add my picture to it. lol :rotf:
kevin-:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:



we don't want to scare people away, do we? :eek::eek:





luv ya, mean it

kevinflick03
07-14-2008, 05:00 PM
kevin-:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:



we don't want to scare people away, do we? :eek::eek:





luv ya, mean it


you know you think i'm hot! :D jk

winddysvt
07-15-2008, 06:25 AM
go for the mountain pass Debbie !!

winddysvt
07-15-2008, 06:25 AM
Never feel as if you need to apologize my friend...

Just so we stay in touch!



Yes, Lompoc is about about 25 minutes north and west from my daughter. We were actually looking at houses there..

I am glad that Tom is doing so much better!

If Tom is Swedish than that is double reason to visit Solvang. You won't be disappointed!

Go out for breakfast in one of the little Dutch restaurants along the main route... check out the Windmills and definitely some of the stone walks.

Our son in law is "Stone Concepts" and he has done many of the walkways and the waterfalls there... we are proud of him.


The shops are a blast, you can spend all day there. Also, make sure you check out the foothills and the many paths to view the breathtaking sights. It is just beautiful there.


Tell Tom that I am swedish also... well, half anyway.
Solvang is really close to my heart...


Drive your Cobra thru there for me ok?
smoke the tires once or twice...


take the mountain pass up there -
don't go the main route.


who needs autocross when you can take the mountain pass from Santa Barbara to Solvang several times a week...

its worth a billion dollars...
The Smoky Mountains are dear to my heart, but I think the mountain pass is a notch higher in fun and beauty...


only trouble is - please be careful! There are some spots where if you lose it, your a goner...

** hugs ***


Bonny
Bonny, sorry about the delay in answering. Been very busy playing nurse these past few months, but thankfully, Tom is doing well and is now completely self suffiicient. The shoulder could take quite a bit longer to fully regain function but he is well on his way.
I am SE of Santa Barbara, Tom crashed in Lompoc so that must be close to Solvang since its about an hour north of SB.
That is such a beautiful area along the coast. I actually told Tom the other day that we should go to Solvang as he is swedish and has a chair that needs a new pad, we haven't seen anything around here with the right pattern to recover it. I thought Solvang would be just the place to look.
Take care, Deb

It wasn't bad enough that I had to get a new clutch, flywheel and throwout bearing, just had to replace the hydraulic brake unit too. It decided to leak fluid on the inside soaking my carpet, ewwww stinky.

winddysvt
07-15-2008, 06:27 AM
I remember several of the ideas that I had years ago...

...

maybe, someday I will have another Cobra.

For now, just talking about them, and sharing our experiences with each other is still very precious to me.

:thumbsup: :bounce:
I don't know tony:(

cat
07-29-2008, 10:51 PM
Hi I'm new to the forum I live Columbus, Ohio and yes I'm a girl and I drive a 2003 SVT Black 10th Annv Cobra and love it.
I owned a 2001 Black GT Mustang prior to the Cobra and it was not enought for me so traded it in.

Cat

winddysvt
07-30-2008, 01:15 AM
Welcome Cat !!


sounds like you have done what many of the rest of us did...


started with a GT and then later had to have a Cobra..

enjoy!!

Welcome to the SVT Cobra Mustang Club...


the best of the best in my opinion..!!


I sold my Cobra last fall, but I have lots of good memories of her. It would be pretty hard to replace such a special car, but... maybe someday...


smoke your tires for me ok?

In a safe place ofcourse..

:thumbsup: :bounce:

Bonny



Hi I'm new to the forum I live Columbus, Ohio and yes I'm a girl and I drive a 2003 SVT Black 10th Annv Cobra and love it.
I owned a 2001 Black GT Mustang prior to the Cobra and it was not enought for me so traded it in.

Cat

Angel
07-30-2008, 03:08 PM
Hi I'm new to the forum I live Columbus, Ohio and yes I'm a girl and I drive a 2003 SVT Black 10th Annv Cobra and love it.
I owned a 2001 Black GT Mustang prior to the Cobra and it was not enought for me so traded it in.

Cat
Welcome:) Nice choice in Ride :thumbsup:

97whitevert
07-31-2008, 09:15 AM
Hi I'm new to the forum I live Columbus, Ohio and yes I'm a girl and I drive a 2003 SVT Black 10th Annv Cobra and love it.
I owned a 2001 Black GT Mustang prior to the Cobra and it was not enought for me so traded it in.

CatWelcome!! glad to have you here!