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Unread 12-02-2008, 10:39 PM   #11
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Hey Gordon,
Not sure if you're aware but that Days Inn was demolished a few years back. It was over at Rocky Point on Courtney Campbell Causeway.
I'll thumb through the program I have and see if there is any info.
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I know which one you're talking about. ANd the link helps a bit as well.

Let me see what I can find out? I'll work on it over the next week or so when I have spare time and see what turns up?
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Unread 02-26-2009, 01:20 PM   #12
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Very interesting. I was about 12 years old when that show happened. It was the last time my Dad (Terry Muzzy) ever showed his black '74 coupe. We moved to North Florida and unfortunately he had to get rid of that Vette.
I too have the program with both of the actors autographs on it.
We were very active in SCA. I just recently ran into another member from the old SCA days, Don Colbeth. He had/has a Glen Green '65 roadster.
I wonder if any of you here remember those days??
I remember that car show like it was yesterday. It was at the Days Inn inside the parking garage.

I know Don and just ran in to him a few months ago at a local show. He had a 57 Belaire, but still has his 65 Glen Green Roadster. I was the club president for that show and had a 77 painted Sunset Red Pearl, which is actually Classic White with the red pearl mixed in and red interior.

We actually did three Route 66 Reunion shows. The second one was also at Rocky Point, but just to the west of the original location. GM had a large office in a building there and they got involved and had a few proto types on display. The third and final show was held inside the old Curtiss Hixon Convention Center.

I am a member of SCA and there are still about 5 of us original members still active.
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I was one of the DJs that played music for the original Friday night Route 66 show. The other was Howard Hewes of WHBO AM1040. I just purchased a red 96 LT 4 convertible, last weekend (3/09). I just joined this forum today (3/15)

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I know Don and just ran in to him a few months ago at a local show. He had a 57 Belaire, but still has his 65 Glen Green Roadster. I was the club president for that show and had a 77 painted Sunset Red Pearl, which is actually Classic White with the red pearl mixed in and red interior.

We actually did three Route 66 Reunion shows. The second one was also at Rocky Point, but just to the west of the original location. GM had a large office in a building there and they got involved and had a few proto types on display. The third and final show was held inside the old Curtiss Hixon Convention Center.

I am a member of SCA and there are still about 5 of us original members still active.
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I was one of the DJs that played music for the original Friday night Route 66 show. The other was Howard Hewes of WHBO AM1040. I just purchased a red 96 LT 4 convertible, last weekend (3/09). I just joined this forum today (3/15)


It's a great place. You missed a fantastic BBQ and gethering in Auburndale yesterday, but plan on Vette Fest 09 as another chance for us all to hook up There will also be other cook outs, parties, and such so stay tuned.

Now we know where to go for music

Howard Hewes.....man!!! I remember him on the radidio......too cool
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I was one of the DJs that played music for the original Friday night Route 66 show. The other was Howard Hewes of WHBO AM1040. I just purchased a red 96 LT 4 convertible, last weekend (3/09). I just joined this forum today (3/15)
, , Congrats on your new purchase. Most of us are normal on this forum, however I can't really speak for most of us
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I was one of the DJs that played music for the original Friday night Route 66 show. The other was Howard Hewes of WHBO AM1040. I just purchased a red 96 LT 4 convertible, last weekend (3/09). I just joined this forum today (3/15)
Looks like we are in the same neighborhood. I'll watch for you. I remember the party.
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Just revisiting this post.
Don is one helluva nice guy. Beautiful Vette. Absolutely gorgeous.
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I was out of the Corvette community for many years, but do recall the Route 66 Reunion held in the convention center ('90?). My lyndale blue '67 roadster did not place in the show, but was selected by the children's hospital representatives as their favorite. I recall that being a great 2-day show.
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