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General Discussion / MCACN Nov 18 & 19
« on: November 06, 2017, 03:29:43 PM »
This years show will includes the 50th anniversary of the F-Body. The 50th Anniversary F-Body Invitational featuring 24 of the absolute rarest and finest 67-69 Camaro's (12) and 67-69 Firebirds (12). And that's not all!. CRG member and Trans Am historian Jon Mello has assembled a stunning group of 1967 Z-28's for our  Invitational display including his #1 Z28.

There is a host of other features such as: E-Body Shaker cars, Class of '67 and Class of '72, Mustang and Shelby Pinnacle, Studebaker Legends featuring the Supercharged Hawks, Fabulous Formula's (70-74) an Avanti timeline and the unveiling of 31 never seen concours restored cars.

Vintage Certification, will have 14 Time Capsule candidates which include Chevrolet, 4 first gen L78, Z28,SS and 5,900 LS6 Chevelle, as well as other brands.

This is a must attend event.  If you happen to be attending stop by Vintage Certification and say hello....

Over 500 cars attending, so there is something for everyone!

Show website  www.mcacn.com

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Trans-Am Camaros / Bridgehampton Raceway Poster
« on: April 23, 2017, 01:57:52 PM »
I'm a member of our local car club, Peconic Region AACA, which has a indoor swap meet late February every year. I was looking around for memorabilia and all I found was a reproduction poster which I bought. The poster is the Can-Am Challenge at Bridgehampton Raceway Sept 13 & 14 1969. As I was carrying the poster a member who lives in Bridgehampton said "if you want an original poster I'll give you one at the next club meeting". Well true to his word, last Thursday he walked into the meeting and handed me this poster. He certainly put a smile on my face. BTW he worked at the raceway as a teenager and has many interesting stories...

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General Discussion / Vintage Certification @ MCACN 2016
« on: July 22, 2016, 07:49:24 PM »
Vintage Certification™  is again proud and excited to be a part of the MCACN experience. This is a must attend event. Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 19th & 20th in Chicago

Vintage Certification™ is a judging program whose sole purpose is to recognize, provide status, provenance, and promote un-restored (survivor) vehicles. We believe it is the only program that focuses on documenting and benchmarking these cars. Our core certification team consists of Brett Merryman, Chris White, Alex Sahely, Frank Badalson, Roger Gibson, Steve Shauger and other marque specialists based on make and model. Each core team member possesses over 30 years experience as restorers, collectors, historians and judges in the hobby. Typically we spend 3hrs examining in detail every segment of your car including the underbody on a lift. To learn more about Vintage Certification visit our website at www.vintagecertification.com or the MCACN show at www.mcacn.com. This is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiast who participate in this exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer five levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Certifications™ five divisions:

Vintage Time Capsule - Vehicles that are 95+% unrestored in all reference areas
Vintage Legend - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in all reference areas combined.
Vintage Heritage - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in four reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in three reference areas
Vintage Reference - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in at least one reference area.

Reference Areas: Certification consists of two areas of consideration, Originality and Preservation. Reference areas are as follows:

• Engine Compartment Area
• Exterior Body
• Interior Body
• Underbody
• Trunk (except Corvette)

Vintage Certification Preliminary Roster:


We have a few certification openings, so please contact me ASAP to secure your spot.


I will update the complete list of participants shortly, but here’s preview.....
1968 RS/SS 396
1969 Z28
1969 COPO
1967 Olds 442
1971 Olds W30
1973 Pontiac Formula SD
1970 Superbird 440-6
1970 Superbird 440-6
1970 Superbird 440
1969 GTX Hemi
1971 Hemi Cuda
And other fine examples in process....

Also we have plenty of room for unrestored cars to join our Heritage Display. This area is exclusive to unrestored cars and again is display only, and a great area for like-minded owners to meet and discuss their cars, share their knowledge, learn, relax and enjoy....
 
Heritage Display:
1969 RS/Z28
1968 Z28

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General Discussion / Great Pumpkins
« on: October 27, 2015, 02:59:19 PM »
Since everyone is in agreement that orange is their favorite color  ;D I propose that on Halloween the "Feature Cars" be changed to orange and black. How about Gary's orange rs/z, Kevin w. orange convert, and my orange rs/z.

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General Discussion / Vintage Certification @ MCACN 2015
« on: June 10, 2015, 12:08:17 AM »
Vintage Certification is again proud and excited to be a part of the MCACN experience. This is a must attend event. Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 21st & 22nd in Chicago

Vintage Certification™ is a judging program whose sole purpose is to recognize, provide status, provenance, and promote un-restored (survivor) vehicles. We believe it is the only program that focuses on documenting and benchmarking these cars. Our core certification team consists of Brett Merryman, Chris White, Alex Sahely, Frank Badalson, Roger Gibson, Steve Shauger and other marque specialists based on make and model. Each core team member possesses over 30 years experience as restorers, collectors, historians and judges in the hobby. Typically we spend 3hrs examining in detail every segment of your car including on a lift. To learn more about Vintage Certification visit our website at www.vintagecertification.com or the MCACN show at www.mcacn.com. This is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiast who participate in this exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer five levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Certifications™ five divisions:

Vintage Time Capsule - Vehicles that are 95+% unrestored in all reference areas
Vintage Legend - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in all reference areas combined.
Vintage Heritage - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in four reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in three reference areas
Vintage Reference - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in at least one reference area.

Reference Areas: Certification consists of two areas of consideration, Originality and Preservation. Reference areas are as follows:

• Engine Compartment Area
• Exterior Body
• Interior Body
• Underbody
• Trunk (except Corvette)

Preliminary Vintage Certification Roster:
1972 GTO- Original Owner
1972 Lemans 455HO
1966 Shelby
1968 Z28
1969 GTO Judge
1969 Z28
1967 Corvette
1969 Camaro L89
1965 Impala L78- Original Owner
1969 Super Bee Hemi
1970 LS6 Chevelle
1969 COPO Chevelle
Possibly a ZL1


** Just a note, we usually limit Vintage Certifications to 14 vehicles so if interested don't delay before it's too late.**

Vintage Heritage Display Roster:
1969 RS/Z Azure Turquoise
1971 Olds 442 Convertible


We have room for 6 cars in our exclusive display area for unrestored cars..

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This event is being held this weekend at the Stephenson Convention Ctr in Chicago, IL. For more information visit our website at www.mcacn.com

The Vintage team will be certifying these time capsules. Please stop by and see what the program is all about

Vintage Certification Entries MCACN 2014:

1966 Chevelle SS L78 White
1966 Chevelle SS L78 Black
1966 Chevelle SS L35 Black
1978 Pace Car L82
1970 Olds W30 automatic
1970 Olds W30 4 Spd
1969 Z28
1963 Impala
1969 Nova L78
1974 Camaro Z28/LT
1971 Cuda 440 six pack
1970 Hemi Cuda 19k miles
1970 AAR Cuda
1971 Corvette
1967 Indy Pace Car (actual track car)

Heritage Display:
1969 Camaro Z28
1967 Chevelle SS with fact 488's
1969 COPO Chevelle
1963 Impala with 11 miles
1967 L35 Pace Car
1967 GTO HO


We have expanded our judging team which has allowed us to accept a few more cars for certification. A great area exclusively for unrestored cars which provides like minded owners to meet and discuss their cars and share their knowledge.

This is just an amazing line up of cars and judging team.

BTW we are now certifying the original Indy Pace Car!!! this show is going to be amazing thanks to efforts of Bob Ashton and all who are participating.....

Vintage Certification website www.vintagecertification.com



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Trans-Am Camaros / 1968 Trans Am Series Videos Penske Racing
« on: February 02, 2014, 03:46:27 AM »
Hi Jon, I know for probably 10 plus years I've stated that I would post some Penske Trans Am footage. Well Tonight I made my first attempt. A little background first; I was fortunate enough to grow up in Newtown Sq. Pa. which was the location of the Penske race shop (they had two locations) from 1965ish to 1971. Anyway I became friends with a Penske Team member Bill Scott (Scotty). Scotty He was involved with the team from the very beginning and in fact was the chief mechanic on the Grand Sport Corvette and worked for Sun Oil at their R&D location. Bill was a mentor to me and helped me understand building engines and guided me through building my first stroked LT1(Traco did the machining). That was many years ago and he has since passed. He gave me this video and this is the first time I made it available. I will add more races and provide a DVD to Jon Mello since he has tirelessly contributed so much to the site, and kept the Trans Am Series alive. Thanks Jon....

Here's a link to the videos....

http://www.youtube.com/user/MrSshauger

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General Discussion / Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Nov 23 & 24
« on: November 20, 2013, 08:23:42 PM »
Chevrolet will be at MCACN with a new ZL1 Camaro,  1LE Camaro,  Z28 Camaro and a C7 Corvette. Quite a lineup, for us Chevrolet enthusiast. The performance and handling of the new Z28 and the looks of the new Corvette are just amazing. Plus close to 600 stunning examples of classic American muscle from all manufacturers and a host of other activities and guest appearances. Website www.mcacn.com  

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General Discussion / Vintage Certification @ MCACN Nov 23rd & 24th
« on: August 13, 2013, 09:53:01 PM »
Vintage Certification is again proud and excited to be a part of the MCACN experience. This is a must attend event. Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 23rd & 24th in Chicago

Vintage Certification™ is a judging program whose sole purpose is to recognize, provide status, provenance, and promote un-restored (survivor) vehicles. We believe it is the only program that focuses on documenting and benchmarking these cars. Our core certification team consists of Brett Merryman, Chris White, John Karvonen, Marty Burke, Roger Gibson, Steve Shauger and other marque specialists based on make and model. Each core team member possesses over 30 years experience as restorers, collectors, historians and judges in the hobby. Typically we spend 3hrs examining in detail every segment of your car including on a lift. The MCACN show http://www.mcacn.com is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiast who participate in this new exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer four levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Certifications™ levels are divided into four divisions:
Vintage Legend - Cars that are 80%-90% unrestored in all reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Cars that are minimally 50% unrestored, in three out of five reference areas.
Vintage Reference - Cars that are unrestored in at least one Vintage Reference Area.
Vintage Icon - Cars that have original-unrestored components disbursed throughout.

Reference Areas: Certification consists of two areas of consideration, Originality and Preservation. Reference areas are as follows:

• Engine Compartment Area
• Exterior Body
• Interior Body
• Underbody
• Trunk
This is Vintage Certification™ 15th year and we continuing to expand and educate enthusiast on factory standards. Below is a preliminary list of vehicles to be certified. At the moment we have two opening for certification.
2013 MCACN Vintage Certification Roster:
1954 Corvette
1965 Corvette
1973 Z28
1970 ChallengerTA
1969 Z28
1969 Chevelle SS L78
1978 Little Red Express
1970 ChallengerTA

 
Last years 2012 MCACN Participants

Vintage Certifications:

K. Gibson-      65 Shelby
J.Thompson-       69 Talledega Prototype
B. Hiens -      67 GTO
J. Boe-          70 Chevelle  LS6
D. Haler-       81 Corvette
R. Sitts -      71 Z28
T. Lucas-       69 Torino 428CJ
T. Lucas -       69 Z28
T. Lucas -      70 AAR Cuda

Vintage Heritage Display:
 M. Bulaw       69 Camaro Z28
G. Burch       69 SS Nova,
JC Barnett       70 Camaro #2 Pilot Car
D.Varner       69 Super Bee   
J.Tinberg      73 Mercury Comet GT

Some Past Participants:
The following is a listing of cars we have certified at the last few shows: 1970 Dick Harrell 454 Conversion, 69 Yenko Camaro 19K mile (Don Stowers), 69 RS/SS L78,14K mile (Joe Demesey), 70.5 RS/Z281100mile (Charley Lillard), RS/SS L4815Kmile (Rick George), 70.5 Z28 22k mile (Jack Seymore), 67 Z28 (Chris Piscitello), 69 COPO (Grady Burch), 67 RS/SS 40Kmiles (Jeff Helms), 70 LS6 Chevelle(Joe Demesey), 69 SS Chevelle L35 (Phil Wojnarowski),
1973 Z28 35k miles(Ed Lis), 1972 ZR1 290 miles (Al Wagner), 1967 SS Chevelle (Jaquie Benthin), 1968 RS/SS L78 14k miles (Jason A.), 1970 LS6 4K miles (Tony Lucas), 1970 LS6 14K miles (Jared Hausfeld), 1969 L89 Elcamino (Chris Short), 1970 Yenko Deuce (Tom Kusmeisz), 1969 ZL1 (Tony Lucas), 1973 Trans am SD 1700 miles (Tony Lucas), 1968 RS/SS 9500 miles (Fred Remite), 1981 Camaro Z28 5000 miles (Scott Dunlap), 1966 Chevelle SS (Jeff Helms), 1983 Camaro Z28 6000 miles( Stuart Goldman),1970 T/A Challenger 173 miles ( Jason A.)

Just a note, your car need not be rare or low mileage, just original.


VINTAGE CERTIFICATION™ PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING:

• Encourages the preservation, status, recognition and appreciation of the unrestored vehicle.

• Offers the hobbyist the opportunity to have their Vehicle certified objectively, fairly and provides provenance and pedigree.

• Promotes and adheres to the philosophy that the original car showing wear is preferable to one that is improperly restored

• Vintage Certification™ represents a repository of factory correct standards by which the hobby and serious restorers can all benefit

• Vintage Certification™ identifies a Vehicle as having completed a thorough exhausting inspection process, which references factory standards, and at a level as established by Vintage Certification Group.

Again we have only two certification opening available, so to ensure your Vintage Certification participationcertifiplease contact us ASAP because we only accept a maximum of 9 cars per event.

For those who have unrestored cars and want to display their cars we have a display only area (non judged) exclusively for unrestored cars "Vintage Heritage Collection". Having a display area for unrestored cars allows owners of like cars to be displayed together and recognized collectively.



Visit our webpage http://www.mcacn.com/vintagecert.htm for more information such as our Mission Statement http://www.mcacn.com/VintageLegendMissionStatement.pdf  and  Application http://www.mcacn.com/VintageCertificationApplication.pdf

If you have any questions email us at vintagecert@optimum.net or call me, Steve Shauger @(631) 514-9765. It is truly amazing the jewels of information that can be learned from these benchmark cars. Again space is limited due to the amount of time required to verify and certify all reference areas, so apply early.

Steve Shauger
Vintage Certification™


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Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 17th & 18th in Chicago

Vintage Certification is a judging program whose sole purpose is to recognize, provide status, provenance, and promote un-restored (survivor) vehicles. We believe it is the only program that focuses on documenting and benchmarking these cars. Our core certification team consists of Brett Merryman, Chris White, John Karvonen, Roger Gibson, Steve Shauger and incorporates other specialists based on make and model. Each core team member possesses over 30 years experience as restorers, collectors, historians and judges in the hobby. Typically we spend 3hrs examining in detail every segment of your car including on a lift. The MCACN show http://www.mcacn.com is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiast who participate in this new exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer four levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Legend Certifications levels are divided into four divisions:
Vintage Legend - Cars that are 80%-90% unrestored in all reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Cars that are minimally 50% unrestored, in three out of five reference areas.
Vintage Reference - Cars that are unrestored in at least one Vintage Reference Area.
Vintage Icon - Cars that have original-unrestored components disbursed throughout.

Reference Areas: Certification consists of two areas of consideration, Originality and Preservation.  Reference areas are as follows:

     •  Engine Compartment Area
     •  Exterior Body
     •  Interior Body
     •  Underbody
     •  Trunk

This is Vintage Certification’s 14th year and we continuing to expand and educate enthusiast on factory standards.

Some Past Participants:
The following is a listing of cars we have certified at the last few shows: 1970 Dick Harrell 454 Conversion, 69 Yenko Camaro 19K mile (Don Stowers), 69 RS/SS L78,14K mile (Joe Demesey), 70.5 RS/Z28 1100mile (Charley Lillard), RS/SS L48 15K mile (Rick George), 70.5 Z28 22k mile (Jack Seymore), 67 Z28 (Chris Piscitello), 69 COPO (Grady Burch), 67 RS/SS 40Kmiles (Jeff Helms), 70 LS6 Chevelle(Joe Demesey), 69 SS Chevelle L35 (Phil Wojnarowski),
1973 Z28 35k miles(Ed Lis), 1972 ZR1 290 miles (Al Wagner), 1967 SS Chevelle (Jaquie Benthin), 1968 RS/SS L78 14k miles (Jason A.), 1970 LS6 4K miles (Tony Lucas), 1970 LS6 14K miles (Jared Hausfeld), 1973 Trans am SD 1700 miles (Tony Lucas), 1967 GTO Convertible (Opie Willis), 1968 RS/SS 9500 miles (Fred Remite), 1981 Camaro Z28 5000 miles (Scott Dunlap), 1966 Chevelle SS (Jeff Helms), 1983 Camaro Z28 6000 miles( Stuart Goldman),1970 T/A Challenger 173 miles ( Jason A.)

Your car need not be rare or low mileage, just original.




VINTAGE CERTIFICATION PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING:


• Encourages the preservation, status, recognition and appreciation of the unrestored vehicle.

• Offers the hobbyist the opportunity to have their Vehicle certified objectively, fairly and provides provenance and pedigree.

• Promotes and adheres to the philosophy that the original car showing wear is preferable to one that is improperly restored

• Vintage Certification represents a repository of factory correct standards by which the hobby and serious restorers can all benefit

• Vintage Certification identifies a Vehicle as having completed a thorough exhausting inspection process, which references factory standards, and at a level as established by Vintage Certification Group.


Last year we added a display only area (non judged) exclusively unrestored cars "Vintage Heritage Collection". Having a display area for unrestored cars allows owners of like cars to be displayed together and recognized collectively.   

Vintage Heritage Collection at last years show:

1969 Boss 302 – Larry Shinoda prototype
1971 Olds W30 Convertible
1965 Z16 Chevelle
1967 RS/SS Camaro
1969 RS/SS L78
1973 Trans am SD 4spd
1970 LS6 Chevelle
1969 RS Z28
19701/2 Trans am



If your vehicle was built prior to 1988 and think it may qualify, or just want to know more about our program email me at vintagecert@optimum.net or sshauger@optonline.net (631) 514-9765 for our Rules and Guideline packet along with an application. It is truly amazing the jewels of information that can be learned from these benchmark cars. The Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals is November 17th & 18th 2012.

Steve Shauger
Vintage Certification

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General Discussion / Wounded Warrior Project Benefit Car Show
« on: May 06, 2012, 03:07:24 AM »
I am very excited about our annual Wounded Warriors Project Benefit Car Show. Martha Clara Vineyard has been generous enough to host this event again. This is a beautiful venue, located on the scenic north fork of Long Island. Participating in events such as this are both rewarding and inspiring. The show is scheduled for Saturday May 26th, Memorial weekend. We look forward to a great turn out of both spectators, and participants. The vineyard offers not only beautiful cars but horse drawn wagon rides, farm animals petting area, and of course plenty of food, wine, music, raffle and auction. I know there will be plenty of muscle cars including a 69 Yenko, 69 pace car and several Z28's, both 1st and 2nd gen. Any question call me at 631-514-9765



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The Muscle Car And Corvette Nationals has become a “ must see” car event. For details visit the website at  www.mcacn.com  Last year there were many special displays such as: Motion Built cars that included 16 cars, and a collection of 35 Hurst cars, Class of 1970 which included Hemi Convertibles, LS6 Chevelles, L78 Camaros, Judge Convertibles, W30 Olds and a host of other legendary muscle cars represented by every manufacturer. This year looks to be another great event, with the bar raised even higher. Again there are many special displays scheduled for this year. One in particular is the 1969 ZL1, of which 15 cars will be participating. Yes 15 ZL1’s will be at this show.

Our Vintage Certification team also has an amazing line up again. If you are into unrestored original time capsules, this is a must see show and line up:

1973 Trans am SD 1700 miles
1967 GTO
1968 RS/SS 9500 miles
1981 Camaro Z28 5000 miles
1966 Chevelle SS
1984 Camaro Z28 6000 miles
1970 T/A Challenger 173 miles

Our certification program is full, but this year we have added a display area exclusively for unrestored cars "Vintage Heritage Collection". Having a display area for unrestored cars allows owners of like cars to be displayed together and recognized collectively. This is a non judged area. For those interested in participating please email me at vintagecert@optimum.net or call 631-514-9765

Vintage Heritage Collection:

1969 RS/Z28 -blue
1971 Olds W30 Convertible
1965 Z16 Chevelle
1967 RS/SS Camaro
1969 RS/SS L78 – black

Based on the quality and diversity of the cars registered it will be a truly amazing event. The best part is seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
_________________________
Steve Shauger
Vintage Certification

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General Discussion / Ticking Noise TSB 69-T-29
« on: July 02, 2011, 02:10:56 AM »
I happen to be reviewing some TSB’s (for enjoyment :) ) and I came across this one, and a  mystery was solved. I’ve heard a ticking noise in several of my cars, two of my L35’s, L34 and L48 equipped cars, and never bothered to find the root cause because it was barely noticeable. This ticking always seemed to be isolated to the right rear tail pipe area (so I thought).I had checked the exhaust to verify it wasn’t an interference issue over the years… I’m not going to modify the 3/8 fuel line per the TSB recommendation, but it’s nice to know the root cause. It’s funny because I never made the correlation that it only occurred on my two fuel line cars, but it does now.

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General Discussion / Vintage Certification @ Carlisle
« on: March 23, 2011, 01:34:32 AM »
VINTAGE CERTIFICATION
GM Nationals @ Carlisle

We are pleased to announce our continued commitment to the GM Nationals. Our judging program has participated at the GM Nationals since 1999, and we are excited about this June 24, 25 &26 2011. Carlisle is an iconic venue, which has much to offer participants, spectators and embraces all GM Brands. It also affords our program the ability to judge and certify Camaros, Chevelles and Novas.
We are just now accepting applications for our program and if the first two cars is any indication it should be a great show. How about an ultra low mileage Survivor ZL1 Camaro for Vintage Legend Certification, which is being shown for the first time or a concours restored LS6 Chevelle for Vintage Elite Certification.

We have two distinct programs:

Vintage Legend focuses on the unrestored Camaro, Chevelle and Nova. This program provides status, recognition, provenance and appreciation to unrestored vehicles. The certification team provides each owner with a detailed listing of our findings in a comprehensive report. Our goal is to uncover new information, share it with you and act as a repository for factory standards and processes.

Vintage Elite focuses on the restored Camaro, Chevelle and Nova. This program encourages hobbyist and restorers to use factory processes, finishes and standards when restoring vehicles. Components, finishes and assemblies that deviate from factory standards will be noted as such in a comprehensive certification report.

Our certification teams consist of judges Brett Merryman, Steve Shauger, Chris White, Jeff Dotterer and Brian Henderson who collectively have over 125 years of experience as restorers, historians and collectors. Each team spends three hours examining each vehicle in the following areas; Engine Compartment, Underbody, Exterior, Interior and Trunk. Our standards are based on years of research data which we have collected through our Vintage Legend program, restorations, personal collections and GM documentation.

How do I proceed getting my Car Certified???

Simply email us vintagecert@optimum.net or contact Steve Shauger at 631-514-9765 and we will send you our Mission Statement/ Participation Guidelines. If after reviewing you feel your car meets our criteria, fill out the last page “Pre-Qualification Application” and email or mail it to the address/email provided at the bottom of the application.


Once we receive the application it will be reviewed. If your vehicle qualifies you will be notified and provided a Vintage entry number. The next step is to contact Carlisle via website at: http://www.carsatcarlisle.com/ce/events/gm-nationals/index.asp or call 717-243-7855 and register your vehicle. Be sure to reference your Vintage Pre-Qualification entry number, because you will be unable to register your vehicle in this program without it.

The registration fee includes:

Two entry passes for the show
Pass for Trailer parking
Pass for car being judged.

If you have questions email us at vintagecert@optimum.net or contact Steve Shauger at 631-514-9765 / or Brett Merryman can be reached at 740-676-4920. Our programs are concours level, and thereby requires that your vehicle to be pre-qualified. Space is limited due to the amount of time required to verify and inspect all reference areas, so apply early. We look forward to seeing everyone at the GM Nationals, so stop by the Y building and say hello.



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General Discussion / Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Show
« on: November 17, 2010, 08:34:27 PM »
For those interested in original unrestored cars, the Vintage Certification team will be certifying six cars at the MCACN this weekend Nov 20th & 21st in Chicago. For show details visit www.mcacn.com

The Vintage Certification team has another stellar group of cars this year.

1968 RS/SS L78 Camaro 15K miles from IA
1973 Z28 Camaro 35K miles, from IN
1967 SS L34 Chevelle 20K miles, from OK
1970 LS6 Chevelle 4K miles, from VA
1970 LS6 Chevelle 14K miles from OH
1972 ZR1 Corvette 290 miles, from WI

If you are planning to attend certainly stop by and say hello.

Steve Shauger
Vintage Cerification
 

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