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We're back with another Brake Pad Giveaway, we will be giving one set of pads (front or rear) to one randomly selected forum member from our entire range, just by participating in the below thread!

In past giveaways We have discussed our first ride, garage and storage spaces, famous people we have met or would like to have met and weird and wonderful vehicles amongst other topics.

For this giveaway we would like to start a discussion about driving locations. If you had all expenses paid and unlimited fuel, where would you drive to?

The lucky winner will be randomly selected and announced within a few days after the closing date of 1st June 2022 and details will be posted on this forum within a few days of the closing date.

Please be aware that this thread may appear in more than one section on the forum and one winner will be selected from the whole forum, not a winner per thread.
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A few places come to mind for driving locations, but this one stands out:

Icefields Parkway in Alberta, Canada.
It's an amazing stretch of road through the Canadian Rockies with incredible scenery pretty much 24/7. It's amazing. The perfect road to take in the summer or fall in a convertible especially. There's incredible mountain views, waterfalls, smooth pavement, glaciers, and more.
Not my picture, but here's what it's like:
Cloud Sky Mountain Plant Natural landscape
 
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A few places come to mind for driving locations, but this one stands out:

Icefields Parkway in Alberta, Canada.
It's an amazing stretch of road through the Canadian Rockies with incredible scenery pretty much 24/7. It's amazing. The perfect road to take in the summer or fall in a convertible especially. There's incredible mountain views, waterfalls, smooth pavement, glaciers, and more.
Not my picture, but here's what it's like:
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Breathtaking views all over the Rocky Mountains!
 

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I'm actually planning a drive from Sacramento CA to Florida, up the east coast via the Outer Banks to N. Sydney, Nova Scotia to catch the 7 hour ferry to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, spend 15 days driving Newfoundland, return from Argentia NL on the 19 hour ferry back to N. Sydney, then over to the St Lawrence River for the drive down to Dearborn MI to visit the Ford Museum. From Dearborn, drive home to Sacramento via, Dodge City, KS and US Hwy 50 (Loneliest Highway in the US). 2008 RR SC, with 200,000 miles at beginning of trip in June 2022.

The next trip is from Sacramento, CA to Laz, Baja Sur, Mexico for a fishing trip in September 2022.
 

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I'm actually planning a drive from Sacramento CA to Florida, up the east coast via the Outer Banks to N. Sydney, Nova Scotia to catch the 7 hour ferry to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, spend 15 days driving Newfoundland, return from Argentia NL on the 19 hour ferry back to N. Sydney, then over to the St Lawrence River for the drive down to Dearborn MI to visit the Ford Museum. From Dearborn, drive home to Sacramento via, Dodge City, KS and US Hwy 50 (Loneliest Highway in the US). 2008 RR SC, with 200,000 miles at beginning of trip in June 2022.

The next trip is from Sacramento, CA to Laz, Baja Sur, Mexico for a fishing trip in September 2022.
sounds like a great trip, will take a while im sure and worth every moment!
 

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I'm actually planning a drive from Sacramento CA to Florida, up the east coast via the Outer Banks to N. Sydney, Nova Scotia to catch the 7 hour ferry to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, spend 15 days driving Newfoundland, return from Argentia NL on the 19 hour ferry back to N. Sydney, then over to the St Lawrence River for the drive down to Dearborn MI to visit the Ford Museum. From Dearborn, drive home to Sacramento via, Dodge City, KS and US Hwy 50 (Loneliest Highway in the US). 2008 RR SC, with 200,000 miles at beginning of trip in June 2022.

The next trip is from Sacramento, CA to Laz, Baja Sur, Mexico for a fishing trip in September 2022.
Damn that sounds like a hell of a trip. Start a thread before you set off and highlight the adventure as you go
 
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Damn that sounds like a hell of a trip. Start a thread before you set off and highlight the adventure as you go
100% a full journal on here would be amazing to read @KadavuMan
 
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