I always enjoyed reading Mike's detailed posts about the latest adventures Christine would put him through. Whether it was while working out small bugs or when she ran like she should, he was the first one to admit that the car scared the daylights out of him every chance it got!
Mike will be missed, and Christine's legacy will certainly live on through several cars proudly sportin' her parts.
P.S. Ron, it is me pictured next to Mike in the above photo. I still have a video tape from that NY dyno day somewhere.
Wow I don't get to check here as often as I would like, and I can't believe I just saw this. I was fortunate enough to meet Mike down at Carlisle. I'm gonna have to go through some of my old machines and HD's, I have a lot of pictures I took from down there. I'm sure some good ones of Christine. Mike was a real humble guy, and like everyone said, extremely nice and polite. It was a privilege meeting him and hanging out all together that weekend in PA. Christine's build was an inspiration to me, clean, to the point and still very much a sleeper. It was meticulous, and you could sense the passion he had for her. To all of Mike's friends, family and everyone on here, I send my love and condolences. RIP Mike
When I find those pictures, I will update this thread with them.
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