The one thing that did come as a surprise to all three was all the benefits they would receive. For instance, if it wasn't for the '66, the Freidburg's may have never met their neighbors, whom have now become some of their closest friends. They also wouldn't be taking those Sunday drives to remote locations just to get a bite to eat or cruising to shows with friends. And, you can't forget the late nights spent working out in the garage on the cars while downing a few brewskis with some fellow Corvette and Harley fans.
It's these experiences that really make cars and motorcycles worthwhile, something that Jack, Debbie, and Eric Freidburg have learned very well.
You know, the more I think about it, the more it makes sense to me. It's experiences like these that have kept Harleys going strong for a century now and Corvettes for a half, and there's no end in sight!