SMITHBERGRACING wrote: One thing I would like to note to HRM and the editors is the contest presents itself with lots of article material. Who are the builders, what are unique features about the build, things they learned along the way. Not just the winners should be written about, there is a story worth reading and PHR did a great job capturing what they did. There are many unique builds that don't get an ounce of press off of the effort. Pretty sad considering the financial strain and time put into the effort. Sitting along the sidelines the past few years and watching the outcome I hope they do the contestants more justice with magazine articles/features, etc. Loved reading about what it took to get them there and all of the little details of the build - As a magazine subscriber I REALLY MISS THAT!
Anyhow, who's taking the dive to get in the mix this year? Rules in place and deadline is a month away to enter.
I'm contenplating building a Packard v8 for the vintage class this year but i can't get a response from them about some rule clarifications. Thanks Orin
Barry_R wrote:So - - with the deadline approaching, how many folks have sent in entries?
Any of the players missing from last year planning a return?
JonKaase wrote:I couldn't stand it any longer, sent my entry in for Vintage. I partnered up with Royce Brechler using his 1958 Edsel "MEL", 420".... Kaase
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