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« Reply #30 on: January 29, 2013, 08:24:51 PM »

Can I ask exactly what detail are you looking for?

Just a full on view like the one you posted.  We're not really going to talk that much about engine parts and accesories.  The discussion is more about engine performance: hp, torque, etc.
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« Reply #31 on: February 08, 2013, 10:41:18 PM »

Phil, it's been a few years since I've really looked at a rule book. Is there still a class for Impalas with 427 and three carbs? There was also a class for '69 Camaros with LT1 engines. I even spoke to the "boss" and got no response. The 04A and 04B class is a big problem right now. They ruined a good thing and then made it worse, the natives are NOT happy. I hope you can straighten them out!!  Doug

Okay, I said I would ask... And I did. Muscle cars will remain in classes as I mentioned above.  Word from National meeting in Philly.  Anyone who can do well at Camaro Nationals, etc should do fine with AACA.
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Phillip
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Planning 2016 Sentimental Tour, AACA (and restoring a 40 Buick Special for it)
AACA Southeastern Division Spring Meet Chair
"Charlotte AutoFair, presented by the Hornets Nest Region, AACA, is the largest and greatest Collector Vehicle Event in the Southeast USA."
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