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Wow, a freshly detailed car and a clear sunny day who could ask for anything more.

the stock exhaust sounds great with all of the windos open. just purrrfect IMHO. I wouldn't change a thing!

East Bay people, this is in your back yard. Don't miss it. This is Morgan Territory Road. It's a good idea (as suggested in the link) to go from south to north then loop back via Ygnacio Valley Road through Mount Diablo then through Blackhawk. It's a very scenic drive. You'll need to drive slow and let people pass you
through Morgan Territory Road but it's a nice drive to open the sunroof, all the windows and turn off the stereo and ventilation system and just listen to the car in the surrounding nature. A good one to take the wife on. I prefer Calaveras Road when I'm alone and can really focus on the road.


 

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Now that's what I call a great day:thumb:

Car looks great, road looks fun, and your notion of windows down/stereo off would only enhance the experience:) I need to find a similar path here in PA
 

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it's a nice run but slow. be prepared to pull over and let oncomming cars pass. including a brief stop for a soda in old town clayton, we probably got a good 2.5-3 hours of driving in.


for more white knuckle action, check out calaveras road.
 

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it's a nice run but slow. be prepared to pull over and let oncomming cars pass. including a brief stop for a soda in old town clayton, we probably got a good 2.5-3 hours of driving in.

for more white knuckle action, check out calaveras road.
Ya Calaveras is one of my all time favorites. We did it last year and man it was such a blast!!!


 
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