Flame sheilds not needed. I vote for your interpretations. Drivers and
DIY are big scores in my book.
>>>>On 9/20/99 21:22 so and so (Lancer7676@aol.com) said. (And I quote:)
>In a message dated 9/20/99 3:05:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com
><< one of the reasons I don't go to local car shows is the inability of folks
> to determine what they are looking at... >>
>I agree with Keith here--I have been asked to judge cars at shows as a
>participant and am always at a loss to judge one great car against another.
>Two things I like to know, and use prolifically to judge a car in my most
>amateruish way: First, I look at the tires and the pedals to determine if
>is a driver. I give drivers higher points than trailer queens. Secondly, I
>like to know whether the work was done by the owner or whether he/she had
>bucks and paid someone else to deliver a perfect specimen to them. Trailer
>Queens and hiring work out are great, and I wouldnt criticize either, but it
>just seems to be a premium if you drive one you built yourself.
>Flame shield in place!!!!!
Keep your top down and your chin up.
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104
In a world without walls or fences, what use do we have for windows or