Re: [DML] New and improved Millennium Concours format
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Re: [DML] New and improved Millennium Concours format

Hi Knut,
Interesting format.  Based on past competitions, would the top car  that has 
won in years past likely make it into the Stainless tier?  What I  am 
wondering is will there be more 'top cars' or less 'top cars' under the new  format?  
Perhaps another way of stating my question is, is 95% too low of a  bar for 
the very best cars? Is 85% too low of a bar for 3rd tier  cars?  We should make 
the top tier a real accomplishment, and something  that is not easily 
attainable without hard work, passion, and probably a lot of  money!  The top tier 
would really mean something then.  
I'm not sure how else to put my question.
In a message dated 2/7/2007 6:10:36 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
knut.s.grimsrud@xxxxxxxxx writes:

This new  arrangement is being combined with a new Certified 
Millennium program.  Based on the cars' scores they will be 
recognized in one of three  certification levels:
Certified Stainless: Top-tier (cars scoring  95% or better)
Certified Silver: 2nd-Tier (cars scoring 90% or  better)
Certified Bronze: 3rd-Tier (cars scoring 85% or  better)

Fargo, ND  
1982 DeLorean DMC12 VIN 11596

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