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  1. Rick Lay

    29 Jordan JE

    This RHD export now resides in East Tennessee.
  2. I will echo that the auction driving was a lot of fun! I did not get to drive the Duesenberg, but I got to drive a 1931 Cadillac V-16 limousine - what a handfull that was. It was so quiet running that I had to do like Wayne and look at the gauges to see if it was still running.
  3. 1937 Chrysler Airflow C-17. Nice original, 43,761 miles. New fuel pump, tires, brakes, hoses and exhaust. Overdrive, HPOF certified. Asking $ 30,000 o.b.o. Call or email for in-depth description. Randy Rutherford 570-460-8395 or rrutherford@usa.net
  4. 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass "S", 350 4-bbl. Auto, 131,000 miles. Great condition, new base coat/clear coat paint. Bucket seats and console, new RWL tires, working AC. Asking $ 10,000 o.b.o. Randy Rutherford 570-460-8395 or rrutherford@usa.net.
  5. A non-authentic body is a 40 point mandatory deduction. The non-authentic body rule is described on page 18 of the Judging Guidelines. Rick Lay Chairman, National Judges Training
  6. It was a really fun weekend - even my 5-year old daughter Jordan is still talking about it. We had the words to the <span style="font-style: italic">Thunder Road </span>song printed in our tour book. Every day, Jordan wants me to sing the song for her. The words to the song <span style="font-weight: bold">must </span>be pretty good, because I certainly can't sing!
  7. Matthew - that is a very good suggestion. Part of my volunteer position job description is to update the Official Judging Guidelines (manual) each year. There were several similar clarifications made to this year's version (i.e. Safety Glass - we always accepted it, but had never so stated in the guidelines). This is an excellent suggestion and I will add it to the list of things to be discussed/approved by the Class Judging Committee. Thanks! Rick Lay Chairman, Judges Training
  8. Brand is not important. Rick Lay Chairman, Judges Training
  9. Woe to all vehicle owners on the field now that Burgess will be judging. Seriously, Wayne - you did great and will make a great addition to the judging ranks! As we say, you have now joined the "hobby within the hobby."
  10. Thank you, Mike. I had a great time as well and the Apprentice Team was a good cohesive group. I look forward to seeing you on the field!
  11. Ron - I have not received a request for materials yet. Rick Lay Chairman, National Judges Training
  12. We have a new PowerPoint school presentaion for 2008 that was premiered at the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Even if you should decide you do not want to continue in the judging program, we try to make the apprentice team experience something that is fun while also learning the AACA judging system and what a point is worth! Rick Lay AACA National Judges Training
  13. Obviously we have some exceptions to "How could it have looked when it left the factory." If I were asked about these dealer decals/nameplates by an apprentice or in judging school, my response would be to look at these the same way we look at lettering on commercial vehicles. We allow letering on commercial vehicles as long as it is "consistent with the age of the vehicle" (page 19 of the 2007 manual). Like the lettering, however, the decals/nameplates would be subject to point deduction for condition.
  14. Yes! CJE will be immediately after the afternoon schools on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. School starts at 2:00 PM and we will be done by 3:20 PM so that CJE can be taught and finished by 4:00 PM. The afternoon schools will be held at the Music Box Theater in HersheyPark near the old ice arena (where we used to have the judges breakfast) There is a gate into HersheyPark between the ice arena and the building where the showers are. The Music Box Theater is just a short walk from there. There will be many CJE topics to choose from.
  15. Susan: The Class Judging Committee had a very heavy agenda for Kalamazoo with several pressing items and the T-3 issue will be on the agenda for the committee's Hershey meeting.
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