1995 Corvette For Sale

From Dale Nelson to Jerry Lancaster now to whom ?

1995 Corvette Convertible , dark green, 350, 350 horsepower, tan top , tan interior, leather power seats, great condition, asking 14,500.00 , 28,000.miles

For Sale 2004 Corvette

Attached please find a few pictures of my, well maintained, 2004 C5 Corvette that is FOR SALE.  Needs to been seen to appreciate. If any one is interested in seeing her, by appointment only, I can be reached on my cell phone 309- 370-3208  or home phone 309 383 2390.  I am asking $19,000.

 

A few details. 

2004 C5 with 46,000 miles

5.7 Liter SFI V8 350HP

4 SPD Auto Trans. w/overdrive

Exterior: Arctic White

Interior: Black Leather trim seating.

Needs to be seen to view Additional equipment.

Other equipment is to detailed to list

 

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For Sale a well maintained, 2004 C5 Corvette that Needs to been seen to appreciate. If any one is interested in seeing it, by appointment only, Jim Gilmore can be reached by cell phone 309- 370-3208  or home phone 309 383 2390. Asking $19,000.

A few details. 

2004 C5 with 46,000 miles

5.7 Liter SFI V8 350HP

4 SPD Auto Trans. w/overdrive

Exterior: Arctic White

Interior: Black Leather trim seating.

Needs to be seen to view Additional equipment.

Other equipment is to detailed to list

 

For Sale

Jim Gilmore is selling a well maintained, 2004 C5 Corvette that Needs to been seen to appreciate. If any one is interested in seeing her, by appointment only, He can be reached by cell phone 309- 370-3208  or home phone 309 383 2390.  Asking $19,000.

A few details. 

2004 C5 with 46,000 miles

5.7 Liter SFI V8 350HP

4 SPD Auto Trans. w/overdrive

Exterior: Arctic White

Interior: Black Leather trim seating.

Needs to be seen to view Additional equipment.

Other equipment is to detailed to list

 

February 2018 Governors Report

Governor’s Report
February 23-25, 2018
Again this year we will participate in the Great Rivers Autocross. The date and location of the autocross
has changed to Sunday, May 20, 2018 at the Quincy Airport. We need volunteers for this event. Further
details will follow.
NCCC membership “plastic” cards will be sent to all members in March. Beginning next year the cards
will only be available electronically.
There is a new membership application. It was suggested that when registering a new member to send
them a “Welcome to the Club” email to make sure their email address is correct. The new member
application should be accompanied by a club check with our club number printed on it and a control
sheet.
Ballots for elections were destroyed with a print copy of the results will be held by the RE.
We discussed the budget for the MWR and felt it important that there would be no additional
unplanned expenses. Everything should be included in the budget.
Joan Thomas was appointed Web Master, again this year.
Discussed was a standing rule change regarding who would accept new members when the database is
closed. That will fall on the RMD.
Volunteers are needed for the MWR Fundraiser Memorial Day weekend in Rantoul. If you are available
please let me know. WE have donated 6 sanctions for these events.
NCCC has switched to GoDaddy for the website. We can also post our car show on the MWR website
and NCCC Facebook page at Members Only. Login is NCCCMember. Password is 1996GrandSport.
Any information you want to add must be formatted correctly to be used.
At the convention there will be available a high speed event along with instructors.
The NCCC has 17,388 members. Mid-Illinois is the 19 th largest club in the NCCC.
This year there are 104 racing numbers, 23 sanctioned racing dates and 225 racing events in our region.
Would anyone be interested in a sanctioned Ralleye in Milan, IL. ?

Sandy Arnold
Governor 391

January 2018 Minutes

 

  Mid-Illinois Corvette Club

January 8, 2018

Membership Meeting Minutes

 

The January 8, 2018 meeting was called to order at 6:30 PM by our new club president Steve Rees. There were 51 members present and 3 guests. Welcome all!! The meeting was held at Five Points in Washington since Uftring’s was not available due to the fire that destroyed their buildings. Steve thanked the members from the former board for their service to the club. He welcomes any emails or texts with any comments. He urged participation by ALL members, and thanked all those that have volunteered in the past. He expressed thanks to Gary Uftring in particular, for his service to the community and the club, especially in light of their recent fire. Gary spoke about the awesome community support they have received, and promised that they would rebuild and be better than before! Jim Becker asked if there was anything the club could do – Gary just asked members to “have fun and keep the camaraderie active”.

 

Treasurer’s Report – New MICC Treasurer, John Hanson, gave the treasurer’s report for December 31, 2017 including a detailed breakdown of all transactions. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept as presented.

 

Moe presented a check for $353 that was collected from the bus drivers for the shoe fund. The kids were able to pick out 65 pairs of shoes when they went on their shopping trip. Thanks to all!

 

Secretary’s Report - The December 2017 meeting minutes as posted on the website were reviewed with one correction – the coupon books sold for $30, not $25 as stated. A motion was made, seconded, and approved to accept.

 

Activities – Our new activities chairman, Rich Anderson, welcomed everyone to the first event this year on Saturday, January 13th at Sky Harbor. Rich will be the chairman for the Car Show this year, but asked for volunteers. He also asked that if anyone wants to volunteer to host a group event he would appreciate it. From his survey it was determined that people like eating out, tours, scenic drives, and overnight trips, but would like to see new places added instead of the same old thing.

 

Membership – Steve reported that we are starting 2018 with 172 members in 94 households. Tracy sent a new e-mail listing the middle of December to all members. If there are any corrections, please let Tracy know. 

 

Newsletter – Please send all information for the Newsletter by the 25th of the month.

 

Webmaster – No report.

 

Governor’s Report – Sandy Arnold had checked with NCCC to see if our insurance with them would cover the inventory lost in the fire – it does not. Gary said all items lost would be covered under Uftring’s insurance. Our equipment in the storage unit in Morton IS covered.

 

Program – Steve presented a report on “Top Tier Fuels” for Corvettes. There are many stations that sell it, Costco Warehouse being one of them.

 

Steve is hoping to add a new segment to the meeting where club members will be “spotlighted” each month. This month it was Steve & Colette Rees and Dan & Sherie Hittinger.

 

Old Business – The club Rang The Bells for the Salvation Army and collected $521.07. They had a late start on it last fall & could only do it for 2 days, they’re hoping to do better this coming year.

 

Rex McMorris brought up the use of CB radios when on club trips like they used to do.

 

New Business – Our new VP, Dan Hittinger, told the club that due to his & Sherie’s jobs, they would be moving to Cary NC and he was resigning his position. We wish them both the best of luck in their new endeavors. They will remain members of the club for the current year and hope to meet up on a club trip if possible. If anyone is interested in filling the position, please let Steve know.

 

The club supports 4 charities: The St. Jude Drive, The Car Show, Shoe Fund, and Salvation Army Bell Ringing – it was voted that we would continue to support these 4 charities.

 

Steve asked for volunteers for the By-Laws committee. We need 3-5 people for this task. Moe volunteered.

 

It was brought up about how much old inventory we have. The plan is to have a sale to clear out this merchandise which includes coats, shirts, stickers, wrist bands, caps & visors.

 

Announcements – The St. Jude Drive will be on May 17/18 this year. It is not too early to sign up and start soliciting.

 

Our guests tonight included Joe Knapp, Mike McCoy, and Rod Wand. Rod has a 2017 grey Z06 and he joined the club!

    

Trivia and 50/50 – No Trivia or 50-50 this month.

 

Adjournment - A motion was made and seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:39 PM.

 

 

Respectfully Submitted,

Marilyn Carls, MICC Secretary

 

2017 Christmas Party

Seventy four members shared a good time at Alexander's Steak House for the 2017 Christmas Party. All the ladies were on Santa's Nice List and received a fresh flower. Unfortunately the men were on the Naughty List and received nothing..

Condolences to Becky Hughes-Westhafer

The club wishes to express our condolences to Becky (Bob Patten's girlfriend) in the loss of her son, David Hughes, on December 8, 2017. Arrangements are being handled by Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Creve Coeur.