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very likely I will be driving from Buffalo to Indianapolis which would run me straight thru northern Ohio. Do you have a city name?
I live near Akron but there are many Kappa owners in the Akron and Cleveland area.
 

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I will stick a pin in Akron.
 
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If you need any service work while in the area, the dealer I use is Marhofer Chevrolet in Stow, Ohio. If you go there make sure you only let Lee work on your car. He is a former Saturn Master Tech and is a GM Master Tech and Corvette Specialist.
 

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I am touched by your story, Our 2007 Redline is my wifes baby, I understand. I worked for Saturn for 18 yrs, I have every dealer poster for all the Skys If you change your mind and make it to Buffalo NY I will treat you to some wings and you will leave with a original dealer poster of the Sky
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When I met my wife she had a new 1994 SC1, I was so impressed that I bought a 1996 SC2. Flash forward to June 2020 and we were able to find a 2008 Sky with just 16,500 miles on it.
Thanks for being a part of such a unique car company! I hope someday that someone films a documentary of the history of the Saturn Car Company. The stories that former Saturn employees like you could tell.......
 

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Thanks for being a part of such a unique car company! I hope someday that someone films a documentary of the history of the Saturn Car Company.
Agree with Wnolte. Have had 6 of them over the years. Five of them came from their factory in Tennessee. The other of course came from Delaware. Was regularly getting nearly 40mpg highway back in the late 90s when Detroit was saying that it couldn't be done. When SATURN first started exploring the idea of building a convertible there were no plans to share a platform with Pontiac. Still have two of them with the SKY being the king of the garage.

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Cars and coffee takes place at The Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska on August 1 and 29, September 26, and October 31. It happens in the parking lot of Speedway Motorsports, and the museum is right next door. I think you'd really enjoy both the museum and the gathering of hot rods and classics, and Lincoln is right along the way from Ohio an Washington!
Whether you stop in Lincoln or not, have a safe and fun trip!
 

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Because of COVID-19 and because I am still mourning deeply, I think I am going to delay my "Ghost Rider Tour" until spring. I dont think it would be good for me to get out this early and later, winter is not the time to head north to the Great Lakes area. At least, not for a Texas boy like me. So in the spring I will head out. I had no idea how hard it would be to get over this. Its been 4 months and some days it feels like it was just yesterday. Next spring it will be a year and I will be a lot healthier both mentally and physically. Hang in there and I will contact everybody on the list before I leave.
 
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