After 15 months and two trips to ERA from Oregon the day was finally upon me.
Wait a minute, you might ask, if you live in Oregon why was it being
delivered in Denver? Ah, you noticed that. Well, the way it was working
was that my wife and I have been promising my niece, who lives in
Denver, a visit for somewhere north of 10 years and, since she is the
sales manager O’Meara Ford in Denver, I thought it would be a fun
surprise to have it delivered to me at the dealership and watch her
face as it rolled off the trailer. Scheduled to have the Invincashield
installed by a local shop in Denver on Monday, drive it locally on
Tuesday to let the car and myself get settled, and then depart for
Oregon (Portland) on Wednesday with an arrival scheduled for Saturday
allowing me to keep each day’s leg to about 350 miles. Didn’t want to
push it too hard.
About Rich Lacey . Words fail me when I try to vocalize how much I appreciate his efforts. He bent over backwards to accommodate all the schedule changes that occurred during the final days of the build leading up to the pickup and beyond. Add to it the floating delivery locations that weren’t finalized until about an hour before he physically dropped off the car and you have someone with whom I’d do business anytime and would recommend most highly to anyone who needs an enclosed transport. He rocks. He advertises on Club Cobra so look him up if you need transport.