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  1. Love the license plate.
  2. Thanks all for the response. See you at Hershey. greg
  3. Forgive me for highjacking this thread but I have essentially the same question. I have been thinking about trying the driver participation class myself. I need some honest opinions. My old model T is really a driver. We do about 75-100 a week in it. It is basically an old car that sat in a collection since the 50s' and before that it was just an old car. Brush painted and rusty. I have mechanically made it a great driver, and when I go to shows in it people really love it. Please be honest with me, do you think this car is acceptable to be placed in DPC ? I have a car I show that has reached the Grand National level and I am working on another just miss bringing a car. greg
  4. Thanks to all at the AACA who put much time into this. I would have preferred to have been back in production class but will make the best of it. <o:p></o:p> I guess we will see where I am in a couple weeks at Auburn, looks like back to 27B, '56 beetle, if anyone else is going stop and say hi. greg
  5. I have searched the forums but have not found anything related to incorporating our local club. What experience have others had in this? Some of our members have mentioned if a member should cause an accident all of the club members could be responsible if we were not incorporated. Would being affiliated with AACA make a difference, if we were a chapter-region would we be considered part of the AACA LLC? Thanks
  6. I didnt take my beetle this year because I didnt like where they were parking us in 04B last year. I also sent a letter last year to head of judging asking nicely for an explanation but never recieved a reply. I guess we'll all have to live with it. I thought it was nice to see cars of the same era all together, regardless of size. I'll continue to monitor this thread good points all around. greg kuhnash
  7. I am one affected by this change, and have to say the location at Hershey wasnt the best in my mind. First time I did see the new class in person. I will miss being with the mid 50's cars. I always thought it was a great way to view the vehicles, sort of gave you an idea of what other vehicles were on the road at the same time. greg
  8. Bill I know what you mean. Matter of fact I think I have been in the same group with you before. The good part of being in that class is we are always the first ones done shining our cars! Doesnt take long to wipe down a Met or a Beetle. Will be interesting to see what all is in that class. I was invited to a show this past September that had a class for compacts, in it they also included a few micro cars, made the old beetle look big setting beside some of those.
  9. For all you Fordophiles, check this link from Model T Ford club. Very interesting. Model T Ford Forum: 1912 ? model T boattail 6 cyl. one of a kind for sale greg
  10. I found if you do not make it the first time, your car may be nominated again. My car has been nominated three times, and like the earlier two did not make it this year. Still quite an honor just to be nominated. The trophy for the best import is the S.F. Edge trophy ? The cars that beat me every time were well deserving. Think the last time I was nominated the two seat Bugatti from the Nethercutt collection took it. Saw the car at Hershey that year, no problem seeing who should have won!
  11. Had a great time at Hershey. Been a few years since I had a car in the show. Seeing people comment on how fun it is to watch the cars coming on the field is cool. But driving into the show is really cool. Sort of like a parade, and you can hear people talking about your car, how they had one, how they wiish they had it on and on. Seeing people playing Punch Buggy is one of my favorites. greg
  12. How about this one. Horseless Carriage Club of America, Classified Advertising : For Sale Items
  13. Do you know what makes a 1911 rear end a 1911? I have a 6 rivet rear but am not sure what year it is. I presume it is a standard track. Dont know what the differences are through the years greg
  14. Maybe a little off topic but, who is the guy who makes announcements all day. He certainly has a unique voice, and has been doing it for as long as I can remember. greg
  15. Is a model B motor an aluminum flathead V8? Is that a '32 Ford engine?