Re: [DML] Re: Contemplating a Carb Swap
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Re: [DML] Re: Contemplating a Carb Swap

I have no problem with it. Hilton was a bit crowded and time limited to do it but at the Marriott you basically have an extra day.

Thursday is the Air Force Museum with a dinner/pool party/introductions and we will be doing a few speakers on Thursday so we can end earlier on Saturday.
Friday is a driving tour to the Packard Museum, and two private car collections.
Evening will be similar to what we did at DCS 2012
Saturday will be the Show tentatively scheduled for Caroline Park across the street (within walking distance of the hotel for those that want to walk,
Evening program back at the hotel.
Sunday I am done and will try to relax.

-----Original Message-----
From: content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, Jun 20, 2012 12:04 pm
Subject: [DML] Re: Contemplating a Carb Swap

The DCS'14 outdoor display area will be more amenable to a carb conversion clinic (I suggested one for DCS'12, but Ken wasn't too keen on doing it on Hilton property). The process is imminently reversible, so the donor car could even be converted back to K-Jet at the end of the clinic. Only takes a couple of hours if the participants keep eating, socializing, and while-you're-in-there side projects to a minimum. 

A ground bus clinic might also be worth considering.

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "vladivdracula" <lordvadus@...> wrote:
> With the only issue of my trip to DCS from Wisconsin to Floridan and the inverse, non-stop; being a matter of heat and the fuel system in Chicago, I'm contemplating going to a carb setup.  There's nothing like being helpless in downtown Chicago with a car that you can't service to ruin a trip.
> Perhaps this could be a panel at DCS '14?  Watch and see just how easy the setup is to switch to; with my car being the platform.
> It's also beneficial to me since my expertise in automobiles is routed in the 1970s; the best era of automotive engineering.
> Chad R. Krause



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