Hope all is well, I stumbled upon this thread and would like to set the record straight about some of the topics.
I took a temporary hiatus from Adam's shop prior to his passing, I was working out some Personal issues at the time which required time off, 2 weeks later I received the horrible news. One must understand that even with good friends there are periods of time where you may find yourself working out issues.
I did my best to help Adams family and friends through some of the hardship of losing a close friend and family member, we keep in touch to this day.
I sold my Camaro in Nov. of 07' which was almost 6 months later after loosing interest in racing. There is a lot more to life then racing, I give Adam credit for showing me that. The car is still being raced and is currently doing wheelstands in Australia the current owner loves it and enjoys it. I think the car is better off where it is then being stabled up in my garage and getting little use.
I'm doing alright now, I'm certainly not trying to be some junior wiseguy, but rather working in Finance as an analyst. My interest in watches was sparked by Adam, he was a life long rolex collector. I bought a similar watch to remind myself of the time spent with the landy's crew and cherished memories of a close friend.
Hope all is well with you guys, glad to see some great things happen like bob getting his chevelle back together (and wow that thing is moving), Rick's car is pretty wild to watch I saw it flying low at Englishtown a few months ago, and I hope all is well with the rest of you guys.
I just want you guys to know that any issues, rivalries or bad blood that I may have caused two years ago on this forum were superficial, I hope all is well with everyone on this board and I hope that you guys can find it in your hearts to understand the emotional issues of a man who lost a friend and mentor.