Re: [DML] Re: DCS Awards.
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Re: [DML] Re: DCS Awards.

My two cents on this issue:

???? Chicago was my first experience at a Delorean show and I thought it was one of the best car shows that I ever attended.? Ken's set up was fine.? I've had other classic cars and do attend a good number of shows a year.? Some cars are judged by popular vote and others by judges.? I never go into concurs as?I feel that is for the purest's and I applaud their efforts, but it is not for me.? I always try to improve any vehicle I restore.? If there are new?parts that improve the vehicle and it makes sense then I prefer to add them to the car. Not concurs.
? But my cars are always clean and in good condition and safe to drive.?I have never been to a show that does not give out awards.? Ken has a good system? doing it by mileage?and then the concurs section.? I enjoy seeing how they came out of the factory, but that is not what I would like for myself.? 
A car show without judging would be like a beauty pageant with no winner.? 
I met some interesting people at the Chicago show, with some interesting cars.? As I write this I sit in a room of this coming years show site at the Eisenhower hotel and conference.? It is a beautiful site and an excellent choice by Ken.


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Sent: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 10:33 pm
Subject: [DML] Re: DCS Awards.

I know my car is imperfect. I don't need a judge to rub it in my face. 

What you're describing is more of the club experience. Judges don't
look at modifications as say "ooh, that's interesting." They look at
them and say "compared to all these other cars, I give your
modifications precisely X number of points." 

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