: Help make a CTS-V the "Top Cruiser" of the '08 Woodward Dream Cruise.



GMBOUND
08-07-08, 10:43 PM
Just went to the site.
www.dreamcruise.gmnext.com, the number for my car is GM103.
Please Text this number as often as you like until the 16th of August!:yup:
So what, I'm up against a 1912 Cadillac, I doubt he's a Forum member:D
From what I see there is only 1 additional V-series and its' an XLR-V.
Here is the link to my car.
http://www.gmnext.com/Details/Photos.aspx?id=41329384-82b7-4102-9b2d-1922e5464c8e

Thanks in advance guys.

gfourth
08-08-08, 01:13 AM
Gave you a vote. :thumbsup:

rand49er
08-08-08, 07:01 AM
Just went to the site.
www.dreamcruise.gmnext.com (http://www.dreamcruise.gmnext.com), the number for my car is GM103. ....Link didn't work.

Hey, Phil, I hope you're getting a chance to do a little cruising this weekend, too. Woodward activity ramps up starting about now all the way up till the actual day of (Saturday the 16th).

GMBOUND
08-08-08, 08:40 AM
Link didn't work.

Hey, Phil, I hope you're getting a chance to do a little cruising this weekend, too. Woodward activity ramps up starting about now all the way up till the actual day of (Saturday the 16th).

Use the second link, it will take you directly to my V.

A co-worker told me that they've been going out nightly actually.

But after tomorrow's Detail session with Deep Gloss, I would like to park my V until the Official Dream Cruise.
I would prefer not to have a lot of brake dust build up during the cruise.

I really wish I would've just done the Hawk HPS instead of the + in the front.
They stop on a dime but they're loud if you don't slam on the brakes hard.
I get virtually no brake dust on the rears with just the HPS.

Thanks for voting:highfive:

GMBOUND
08-08-08, 08:41 AM
Gave you a vote. :thumbsup:
Thank you:yup:

JD03Cobra
08-08-08, 10:40 AM
I threw a couple votes in there!

GMBOUND
08-08-08, 10:50 AM
I threw a couple votes in there!

Thanks very much,
I've been pushing for 2/hr:histeric::hide:

qqik4u
08-08-08, 11:39 AM
Just voted - :bouncy: Good luck

rand49er
08-08-08, 06:05 PM
Okay, I'm an e-idiot here. How do you "vote" for your car? I rated it ... is that the same thing?



(Geez, I feel so stupid amongst all but the oldest guys here. Hell, even OldRoadDawg is smarter than I am! J/k, Dave. :D Actually, I'm not kidding ... you ARE smarter than I.)

GMBOUND
08-08-08, 11:50 PM
You have to use your cell phone to send a txt msg.
TO: 466398
Subject: GM103

Then send the msg. over and Over and OVer and OVER again until we've secured enough votes to make sure we bring the trophy home!

I'm still trying to figure out how to send the txt msg from the computer. Does anyone know?

rand49er
08-09-08, 12:01 AM
I'm an old coot. I don't have txt msg'ing on my phone.

Can you use myairmail.com? I use that to send text messages to my wife's pager.

OldRoadDawg
08-09-08, 01:01 AM
Okay, I'm an e-idiot here. How do you "vote" for your car? I rated it ... is that the same thing?



(Geez, I feel so stupid amongst all but the oldest guys here. Hell, even OldRoadDawg is smarter than I am! J/k, Dave. :D Actually, I'm not kidding ... you ARE smarter than I.)
"even OldRoadDawg" :confused:

Oh thanks Randy for using me as an example! I use one of those cell phones with the BIG buttons on it just to call home (when I get lost).

My idea of 'txt messaging' involves a #2 pencil and paper.

rand49er
08-09-08, 09:27 AM
"even OldRoadDawg" :confused:

Oh thanks Randy for using me as an example! I use one of those cell phones with the BIG buttons on it just to call home (when I get lost).

My idea of 'txt messaging' involves a #2 pencil and paper.:hide:

GMBOUND
08-09-08, 05:57 PM
I'm an old coot. I don't have txt msg'ing on my phone.

Can you use myairmail.com? I use that to send text messages to my wife's pager.

I wish I could use a PC, I don't have TXT MSG on my phone, I have a blackberry, why TXT when you can email, instant messenger, browse web pages? That's why I was asking you guys on the forum to vote, cause I can't vote for myself!:thehand:

JD03Cobra
08-09-08, 11:40 PM
I'm an old coot. I don't have txt msg'ing on my phone.

Can you use myairmail.com? I use that to send text messages to my wife's pager.

I just threw one if for ya...another vote for GMBOUND

Civardi
08-10-08, 02:43 PM
I wish I could use a PC, I don't have TXT MSG on my phone, I have a blackberry, why TXT when you can email, instant messenger, browse web pages? That's why I was asking you guys on the forum to vote, cause I can't vote for myself!:thehand:

Both my boys have unlimited text so we can hook you up. Plus they are fast. I may have to bribe them.

GMBOUND
08-11-08, 07:39 PM
Both my boys have unlimited text so we can hook you up. Plus they are fast. I may have to bribe them.

Thanks, I found out yesterday my nephews in Houston, have unlimited text too! I had to get them on the band wagon too!:histeric:

Thanks for voting!

Text GM103 to 466398

GMBOUND
08-12-08, 12:53 PM
I just checked the website and it reads as follows. Please keep on voting in your spare time, while you're taking a dump:shhh:, or just bored at work:yawn:, send a few votes in:highfive:
Seems like we're close!

Vote Now! Top Cruiser Award
Vote for your favorite GM Century Cruise Parade Vehicle!

Text GM and the corresponding number assigned to each car to 466398.
e.g. Text GM103 to 466398.
• Vote as often as you'd like
• Voting ends August-16 at 6:00pm EDT

Cruiser’s Leading the Pack (updated August-11)
• 1969 Pontiac LeMans (GM62)
• 1987 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z28 (GM90)
• 1967 Pontiac GTO (GM56)
• 1957 Chevrolet Corvette (GM24)
• 2006 Cadillac CTS-V (GM103)

Check out the pictures to view the cruisers.

GMBOUND
08-13-08, 04:37 PM
Bump!! for the latest tally.
Vote Now! Top Cruiser Award
Vote for your favorite GM Century Cruise Parade Vehicle!

Text GM and the corresponding number assigned to each car to 466398.
e.g. Text GM1 to 466398. (std msg fees apply)
• Vote as often as you'd like
• Voting ends August-16 at 6:00pm EDT

Cruisers Leading the Pack (updated August-13)
1965 Chevrolet Impala SS (GM45)
2006 Cadillac CTS-V (GM103)
1969 Pontiac LeMans (GM62)
1957 Chevrolet Corvette (GM24)
1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z28 (GM90)