I would think judging covers only what can be seen. Thread size ???
How about original 260 block bored .30 over ? Whos gonna know
and how many really aren't bored out in a rebuild ?
I'm certainly the new kid aroud here but I would think a beautiful
clear coat paint job should lose to a nice patina original paint job.
Or a beautiful repo badge would lose to a very good original one.
I would think good looking proper steel screws would beat perfect stainless
I'm interested in opinions from those who have been judged or are judges.
---- "Smit wrote:
> Concours is basically a beauty contest. As long as everything you can
> see is as it should be, it's all good.
> Extending that metaphor (probably too far), patina is good but it
> probably won't stand a chance against a shiny restoration.
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