Had another engagement across Saturday morning that precluded my attendance of the valuation seminar, whereas I'm curious in retrospect what was said. In particular, did they focus on homologation special values, might attention have been afforded to actual period race cars, brass tag details, rival vintage sanctioning bodies and the cultures existing within them, etc.? Who knows - perhaps WE could have afforded a like-quality presentation!
Although the focus was on the U2/2.5 Challenge cars at nearby Waterford Hills Road Racing, four O2 cars were seen at the 2012 Concours of America de Elegance in Plymouth, MI. These were as follows: A purported '67 BME Cougar, the '71/'64 Tempest Gray Ghost, the '70 Autodynamics #76 Challenger in Kent '70 specification, as well as the '69 Camaro prepared by the University of Pittsburgh on the ARE TA70 wheels. Many stories were told, many research binders were inspected, and a nice time was had. Regret Sat. seminar was missed, thanks for calling our collective attention to it.