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    2020 nats

    My Goal in 2020. Let the builds begin.
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    I'm on it.
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    I sure hope we get a big VCVC turnout! My local van club is hosting this and I'm the chair organizing everything! Let me know if you have any questions or input on all things going on!
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    Thumbs up

    I would like to attend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LedZeppvan View Post
    I would like to attend!
    I hope you do. We are hoping a lot of west coast vanners make it out! Spread the word!
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    Forming Up a Plan

    Freaky wants to go for sure. I'm thinking maybe a team drive in the FreakyVan. It's just under 1,900 miles one way which ends up to be about 28 road hours. Sure would be nice to see the crew that we met and fed at Branson, MO. along with some members that weren't able to make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 108VanGuy View Post
    Freaky wants to go for sure. I'm thinking maybe a team drive in the FreakyVan. It's just under 1,900 miles one way which ends up to be about 28 road hours. Sure would be nice to see the crew that we met and fed at Branson, MO. along with some members that weren't able to make it.
    108VanGuy...

    Heck with that. The Weggie van kicked ass. That sucker was packed so high on couldnít crawl in back to take a nap. The Weggie van will make it if I have to tow it. Markís love for the club and Vanners can not be understated. Anybody who made it to the (20th anniversary) enjoyed the love of VCVC. We never turned the van off until Springfield MO, Older and wiser I am looking forward to getting a pin to say I was there.
    I hope west coast peeps step up this year and make a showing. If I can help anybody in Cali to make Iím ready.

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    I'm definitely going and will be a vendor. Can't wait!

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    Wow Freaky

    Thanks for the shout out but I have no fear about the WedgieVan being able to make it. I was just looking to cut the fuel cost and driving in half.
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    Cool

    This event is a bit over 20 hours for me this year.
    My 3rd gen can comfortably make the trip.
    The "Beast" is going into MY shop for a front axle swap as we type.
    I also want to install a 3rd gen Factory 4 link style Camaro rear in this pig.
    The job types pretty easy.
    We will see.
    Ether Way the trip is penciled into my event calendar for next year...
    See you guys there...
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freakytikitv View Post
    Heck with that. The Weggie van kicked ass. That sucker was packed so high on couldn’t crawl in back to take a nap. The Weggie van will make it if I have to tow it. Mark’s love for the club and Vanners can not be understated. Anybody who made it to the (20th anniversary) enjoyed the love of VCVC. We never turned the van off until Springfield MO, Older and wiser I am looking forward to getting a pin to say I was there.
    I hope west coast peeps step up this year and make a showing. If I can help anybody in Cali to make I’m ready.
    I really would enjoy bringing my van... I would need to haul it on a trailer from San Diego though. I can't drive a 3 on the tree in summer without AC to MN, just too far and I am too old. LOL
    I am gonna see what I can come up with to bring my baby. Otherwise I will just rent a regular van and enjoy all the VCVC vans in attendance. I can't wait to meet everyone.
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    Cool

    The factory 2/70 A/C is not too awful bad in these old girls.
    Some members do like to travel at night.The temps are all most all ways cooler..
    Looking forward to meeting you which ever way you make it out...
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Wink Too Far and too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by LedZeppvan View Post
    I really would enjoy bringing my van... I would need to haul it on a trailer from San Diego though. I can't drive a 3 on the tree in summer without AC to MN, just too far and I am too old. LOL
    Oh come on! Where's your sense of adventure? When VCVC recruit Freaky was considering options on getting to the VCVC rally in Branson, trailering his van was one of his stated options also. He didn't know it but I was shaking my head. I think his third or fourth option was to hitch a ride in the WedgieVan with me. When all his other options didn't pan out, I told him that if he was serious about going along, he was to meet me at a Denny's at a given time about halfway between his place and mine. If he was there, he'd get his ride to Branson. I wasn't going to wait for him, I just gave him the window of opportunity. His cubicle bound co-workers were asking him straight up if he'd lost his mind. "So you're planning to get into a 50 year old van with a strange guy you met on the internet and drive to Missouri?!? Really? Bill, listen to yourself!" You see, out here in this part of NorthernCal, we don't just give away VCVC patches to anyone that has more money than dedication to VCVs. In my book, it takes more than just the ability to sign up for an internet Van forum to be rated as a fully patched member. I'm sure Smiley has the ultimate say in who's a member or not but, some ways into the club are much easier than others. So, Bill, did you want me to show you the way in? Well Bill shows up at the time and place. I told him the van was full but he could bring a backpack. I was already hauling over 2,000 lbs of gear in the van per the truckstop weight certificate. We struggled to make room for his backpack. You've said goodbye to your wife (maybe for the last time). Now, get in, buckle up and let's get going. Many hours later, crossing the Arizona-New Mexico desert, it was hot enough that the propane cylinders were off gassing. Keep going and no smoking please. Somehow he was unaware that the original passenger seat was similar in comfort to a medieval torture rack. No Bill I didn't plan that but it kinda makes you want to drive just to change seats huh? We had to refuel once in a while but that didn't mean we were sticking around the gas station long enough that we were shutting the engine off. Wanna be a club member? Wanna meet other members? Wanna free ride? Wanna cook and serve when you get there so members gather at mealtime instead of dispersing? Wanna get the VCVC experience from my perspective? Welcome aboard dude. Just like the Hotel California song, "You can check in anytime but you can never leave" unless of course you just walk away at the next gas stop. BTW, your backpack and wallet is buried due to settling. (insert Evil laugh). Stopover along the way? No, I don't remember saying anything about spending the night anywhere before we got there. BTW, did you know that daily limits on driving hours of service do not apply to personal vehicles? Why don't we just drive a little longer and see how we feel at the next gas stop? Let's see, 25 gallon tank getting ~18 mpg = 450 miles at 65 mph so we'll revisit the whole stop and rest thing in about 6 hours or so. Just go ahead and try to and take a nap on that torture rack. Had a hip replacement eh? Didn't bring any pain killers eh? Jut sit in a VCV for hours on end listening to me continuously talk about vans and you'll forget all about that pain in your hip. Yeah, sorry about your head being ready to explode, (not). After the 24 hour mark of continuous driving, the interrogation begins. "So, Bill. Tell me again why you want to be a member of the cub?" The combination of seat induced pain, propane, droning road noise (my voice) slowly work to induce a powerful truth telling delirium. "No Bill, this is not some sort of initiation, I'm just curious." (Que sudden swerve at high speed.) "Didn't you see that deer jumping across the road?" Adrenaline now injected, the plebe speaks freely. His responses to be evaluated later by the membership screening committee. (Skipping ahead.) After 36 hours, we arrive in Branson. Looks like we're the first ones here. Gee, wonder how that happened? So after that, Bill wants to go to the NATS? He even goes so far as to start a post about it. Interesting.

    So Jacke, I guess the SanDiego branch of VCVC members would prefer to travel in comfort and at a style which would be considered a more leisurely pace. (Go figure) Sounds like a more exclusive crew. Maybe it's just more of a skybox section of the club compared with the bleachers section I'm in. I knew I should have studied more in school. It's all good though. Hoping to see you all there. Anyone need a ride? ;>)
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    Well, I think my butt would not enjoy riding to MN.
    In 2018... I had two heart attaches and a triple bypass surgery. Not sure why I am still here? Other than to have some more VAN FUN! YES! YES! YES!
    Otherwise who knows maybe I would try driving a 50 year old van! NO I WOULD NOT!! LOL

    But, also I want to arrive safe and sound. You guys have a good edge over me, in that I cannot just drive and if the van has a problem pull over and fix it. So... I will be coming into the party ready and loaded for fun. I have never driven 2k miles ever!
    I have pulled a trailer a couple times. But this is one of the biggest adventures this van chick will ever be on! I have already started the planning my friend.
    I contacted the event coordinator for instructions on where to park the truck & trailer, and my van. Exciting for sure... cannot wait.
    I am bringing Steaks!
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    Cool

    Jacke looking forward to meeting you. Mark loves f*@king with me. His twisted sense of humor is never ending. He is not embellishing the propane gas filling the van. We were laughing so hard either from lack of oxygen or the fact we would level a small town.... Branson road trip was one of the best experiences of my life. I had so much fun I have been planning to get to the nats ever since.
    I hope we can get every vanner we can to show up. A comfy seat and take breaks is well warranted. Glad your on board :j

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    You guys lived to laugh and tell the tale. I look forward to hearing more stories of the road traveled in your vans.
    I am looking forward to meeting and making some new stories & memories in MN.
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    LedZeppvan is going baby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freakytikitv View Post
    My Goal in 2020. Let the builds begin.
    I plan on making it still have things to get taken care of before making the trip from Monclova ohio. I am hopeful i don't have any problems with the old girl it is a 69 g20 with the org motor and three speed. Also this is going to be the first nats's i am really excited to meet every one i can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LedZeppvan View Post
    You guys lived to laugh and tell the tale. I look forward to hearing more stories of the road traveled in your vans.
    I am looking forward to meeting and making some new stories & memories in MN.
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    LedZeppvan is going baby!
    YES!
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    Cool NATS or NOT?

    The NATS is not cancelled (yet?). At this time, it's anybody's guess but NATS nor NOT, I will be there or as close as possible. The Fairgrounds may be either closed and locked up or turned into a huge corn teened camp. I'm sure not gonna try to Checkpoint Charley or what ever other kind of restrictions they're are at the time but for every member that has a firm commitment for delivery of parts to the NATS, I will deliver. Pandemics only come around every 100 years or so but VCVs were only made from 64-70.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 108VanGuy View Post
    The NATS is not cancelled (yet?). At this time, it's anybody's guess but NATS nor NOT, I will be there or as close as possible. The Fairgrounds may be either closed and locked up or turned into a huge corn teened camp. I'm sure not gonna try to Checkpoint Charley or what ever other kind of restrictions they're are at the time but for every member that has a firm commitment for delivery of parts to the NATS, I will deliver. Pandemics only come around every 100 years or so but VCVs were only made from 64-70.
    108VanGuy...
    48th Van Nationals HAVE BEEN CANCELLED... till July 2021.
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    I'm Still Going

    I've got places to go, things to do and people to meet. Albert Lea is the place, delivering parts is to do and VCVanners are the crew to see, just fewer.
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    Saw this on Facebook. Some of you guys and gals arenít on there. So here it is. Postponed.
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    Damnit, I was really looking forward to this one!

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    I'm pretty bummed, but it will give me time to hopefully have the van ready for next summer.
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    Same for me, I'm about to make a few changes on mine as well. Nothing drastic, but then it might be time for a new paint job. Here's to next year!

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    Yeah, well I didn't have any vacation time anyway. But I will have time now to finish....something.
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    Prep For Trip

    I'm still going. I've got places to go, people to meet, parts to deliver. The WedgieVan is filling up but there is still room so if you need parts picked up here and delivered to places "back there", let me know. Big bulky items or heavy pieces are the ideal item to move this way. As part of the plans to help the WedgieVan be more fuel efficient on the highway, I recently swapped rear axles. I didn't want to wait until the last minute to get this project done, so I just made the time for it.
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    When I bought the van it had a 3.08 installed but it made noise because of a bad installation. I swapped out the axle with a more common (to our vans) 3.36. The one I installed yesterday is a 2.73. A quick test drive showed a drop of about 500 rpm at freeway speeds. I haven't calibrated my speedometer so I'm not sure how fast I was going. I'll work on that later.
    The goal is better fuel economy. The best I ever got in the WedgieVan was just over 21 mpg. That dropped to less than 18 mpg with the 3.36. Now with this 2.73 I'm hoping to get back into the 20's. This swap out was an interruption of the projects I have stacked so apologies to LZV.
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