I either drive or tow a car to a show. Depends on which car, distance, weather
and the mood I am in. The good thing is, I am not there to compete. I am
there because I like the people, the cars and everything that goes with it.
This includes the show, I take the time to vote in the popular choice shows. I
will usually not vote for one that has been towed to the show. I do the
majority of the maintenance on my cars, but there are times when I do not have
the time or correct tools, so off to the garage it goes. For example, I am
stumped on my MGC and it went to a local garage, now they are stumped. This
was the car I had planned to drive to Indy this weekend but it is not running
right so I will tow my TD. I almost won a trophy for the oldest car at show up
in Ohio when I drove my TD there, but at the last minute a guy towed his TC in
an enclosed trailer, pushed it out, picked up the trophy and pushed the car
back in the trailer. I was not upset at not getting the trophy but the fact
that the guy was there all of one hour tops and then just to get the trophy.
So I guess the bottom line is that it does not bother me if a car is towed or
driven, gets an award but just as long as they are there.
Just had to put my 2 cents in.
> In a message dated 9/22/99 8:25:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << Flame sheilds not needed. I vote for your interpretations. Drivers and
> DIY are big scores in my book. >>
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> Y'know, we haven't heard from any trailer queen owners. Everybody on these
> lists does most of their own repair, and drives their LBC for fun.
> Anybody out there have a different view of why an immaculate, never driven
> car should win a concours over a driver?
> Allen Hefner
> '77 Midget
> '92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport