Well it's not quite like NASCAR, but interpretation does play a part.
However original means just that. Contour means the original shape, no
modifications and really no interpretation. Of course in some of these
cases there is a chopped top which adds to the confusion, because part of
the contour is now legaly changed.
When you get a Berkley or Sonett vehicle, that are so obscure that most
us don't know what the original was, things slip by. Ah, it's all part of
At 10:40 PM 3/18/99 -0800, Keith Turk wrote:
>Isn't the rules interpretation what this is all about.... Just how far can
>I push my luck.... and my interpretation of what represents the Body from
>the Cowl Back?...
>I read the rules and looked a George's car... and decided then and there...
>that if it ran at Bonneville and wasn't protested.. and did Pass TECH.. and
>set a record.. well then....that is the record is it not?
>It is amazing the things I learned in my trip last year... without a car...
>So many things I would simply not have thought of.... It was like the fifty
>greatest tips from Hot Rod Magazine.. in every pit.... everyone had a
>different thought on how to do something... or their interpretation of a
>particular rule....Wonderful stuff... that and the Friends I had made here
>on the East coast.... hanging out with them was a nice add to the event...
>> From: V4GR@aol.com
>> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: Re: Berkley production line
>> Date: Thursday, March 18, 1999 8:17 PM
>> Rules interpretation.