> It is a field
> not of enjoyment of the cars for the cars sake, but one of building my car
> better than your car so I can win the judgement? I dunno--just a thought.
> --DAvid C.
David is at least partly correct. I actually had a person tell me that he would
NOT assist me in restoring mine because I might beat him in a concours judging.
will refrain from telling you my thoughts of the person.
Mike Lupynec and I are in it for the same reason; it's also the thrill of the
hunt.....for the elusive part and the historical background. All the others who
replied have hit the nail on the head. Jay, I remember your leaf green bugeye.
Mine was a dark blue when I first got it and now is back to its' proper leaf
(hiding under 7 coats of various colors). I remember that fiasco and how I felt
about entering mine in a concours when I got it completed.
as cowardly as it sounds, I don't. I rebuilt it to as original as far as
for me and I want to drive it. If it helps fellow enthusiasts in their project,
great! I feel glad that I could help. Jay's car was an inspiration. I just
Sorry Leo, you hit a tender spot. Enjoy the cars! What a great time we'd have
we all drove ours as much as Bob and Annice!
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