The last time I participated in a "Top Erection" Contest, it was a TR3
that was provided for all competitors, and the only interior was the
seats, I believe.
Of course, simulated rain started falling. Sometimes it even started to
"hail". Started looking like a wet T-shirt contest, if you participated
a few times.
Steven Newell wrote:
> Randall Young replied to Eric in re VTR 2001 golf potential:
> > I'm not a member (although I do plan to attend), but I have to say :
> > you find an event that has at least a little more to do with our cars ? You
> > could supply pies and then host an open debate on whether DOT 5 fluif or
> > is more appropriate for dashpots ...
> Speaking of more topical convention events, I recall that some shows may have
> included hood-putting-up contests for models like my TR4 -- where putting up
> top is not exactly an "at a stoplight" kind of thing. I was recounting this
> yesterday as a friend helped me erect the top under some duress on a rare
> in Colorado.
> Anyway, Is this true? I've never been, and while yesterday I might have lost
> for failing to button every button, should I keep practicing for VTR 2001?
> it a team event, so that I should start training my wife too? What's the time
> beat? Like the U.S. Olympic cycling team, I've been training at altitude --
> figure to have an edge over you sea-level TR owners. <g> Granted, I'm sure a
> owner from Seattle will beat us all....
> Steven Newell
> Denver, CO
> '62 TR4