Author Topic: Congress Just Opened the Door for Mutant Camaros  (Read 3082 times)

maroman

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Re: Congress Just Opened the Door for Mutant Camaros
« Reply #15 on: January 28, 2016, 07:33:31 PM »
I know the official theory of AACA is that Shays and Avanti 2's are reproduced cars, but they were both sold as new cars by dealers. Our local Ford dealer sold them. My thought is that AACA is painting themselves in a corner. I've been told by the big dog I don't understand. I agree, I don't, but he can't explain it either.
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Re: Congress Just Opened the Door for Mutant Camaros
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2016, 08:19:54 PM »
Good point. But as long as it is covered under the Guidelines, it is an "okay corner"....
Only about 10 cars (15 if you count repeats) showed up at a meet under all of class 35 a, b, and c in 2015. Not a big issue...
We had that many First Gen Camaros alone at Charlotte, and at that point no Camaro class. I'm thinking the new Camaro classes will increase participation.
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