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Old 07-21-2015, 09:29:46 PM   #1
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Looking for cars for 2015 MCACN nasty z28 showcase

Anyone here interested in displaying your car in the Chicago MCACN nastyz28 showcase. please contact me? Time is becoming short for the show in november. Also I have been informed that the show is filling up fast. I am looking for 10 cars for our display. We have a lot of super nice original and restored cars that are always talked about here. Here is a link for sign up. http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=294807 Here is a link for the show information. WWW.MCACN.COM. Any interest please contact me. Thanks Ron.
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Old 07-25-2015, 07:51:56 AM   #2
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Bump, Anyone here interested? Please contact me before registration? Thanks Ron.
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Bump. Anyone interested? We have some real nice cars on this site. I would love to have a few come to the show. http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=294807
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I wish I was closer. It would be nice to see meet the owners of those nice Camaros.
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Old 09-02-2015, 09:57:10 AM   #5
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Old 09-02-2015, 03:14:52 PM   #6
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Ron -

I have a '73 Z28 Survivor - would certification as a survivor be available during the show?

Also - I'm a long way away (Tampa) without a trailer. How well coordinated is Reliable on transporting a car? In other words are they on board with delivering cars Friday and removing them Monday?

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Old 09-02-2015, 05:11:06 PM   #7
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Survivor (VINTAGE) judges at MCACN are an expert group, however no Camaro
specialist included.
I was one of the 2nd Gen restoration judges for several years before I was politically removed a couple of years back.

I'm sure they will take your VINTAGE $$, inspect your 73 Z-28 and give you
your plaque and docs if your Camaro is as you say it is.

RELIABLE is a show sponsor, so I would "think" they can handle your transportation, but you'll definitely pay up for it ????

You need to get on the MCACN web site and contact/apply with Bob Bashton.

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Old 09-02-2015, 06:03:26 PM   #8
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Ron -

I have a '73 Z28 Survivor - would certification as a survivor be available during the show?

Also - I'm a long way away (Tampa) without a trailer. How well coordinated is Reliable on transporting a car? In other words are they on board with delivering cars Friday and removing them Monday?

feel free to PM or email if necessary

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Tom, last year there was 74 z28 survivor at the show in vintage judging. It was in a different section of the show and could not be a part of the nastyz28 display showcase. More than likely yours could not be in our showcase this year for the same reason. Please don't let this stop you from getting it judged. There is a excellent group of judges to get your car judged. Reliable trucks bring in some very nice cars to the show. I would use them myself also for the same trip,coming from florida. I don't know they're schedule. You may need to contact them for further information. Thanks for asking. Hopefully see you there.
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thanks , definitely not a cheap weekend with the travel and transportation but I would consider this fun event as one to check off the bucket list
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Chuck....Since you asked..

Why do you say we have no Camaro specialist judges ? Really ? I believe my 1100 mile 70 Z28 was the first Camaro vintage certified at MCACN and one of the judges was Jack Seymour. Are you telling us Jack is not a Camaro specialist ? Really ? Steve Shauger is not a qualified Camaro specialist ?
Whatever type car we have in for Vintage certification we try to make sure we have a expert in that field. If one year we are not judging a second gen we might not get a second gen judge.

You were never on the Vintage judging team but were a judge doing restored cars. I don't know why you weren't asked back to judge but I'm guessing you might have rubbed some people the wrong way. A example is in this thread when you incorrectly tell the Nasty members we have no Camaro specialists in the Vintage program in what I take as a criticism. Let me know when you come up with someone more qualified than Jack.

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Old 09-02-2015, 09:00:31 PM   #11
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Ron -

I have a '73 Z28 Survivor - would certification as a survivor be available during the show?

Also - I'm a long way away (Tampa) without a trailer. How well coordinated is Reliable on transporting a car? In other words are they on board with delivering cars Friday and removing them Monday?

feel free to PM or email if necessary

thanks
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Hi Tom,

Congrats on the purchase of your 73 Z28. I had spoken to the orig owner and then his son. I know the car but have never certified it. It's truly an untouched car that would fit perfectly in our program. Although I'd love to certify the car at MCACN we are at capacity. There is a chance if we can procure another lift we could do a few more cars. Our program is pretty intense and each car is examined for 3+ hrs.

Another option would to participate at the GM Nationals at Carlisle where we will also be Vintage Certifying cars next June. My website is: vintagecertification.com

If you have any questions review the website or give me a call. Again congratulations!

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thanks , definitely not a cheap weekend with the travel and transportation but I would consider this fun event as one to check off the bucket list
If at all possible, you should strongly consider it if not this year, then next. It truly is the Pebble Beach of Musclecars!
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I wish I was closer. It would be nice to see meet the owners of those nice Camaros.
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Most big airports have non stop flights to Ohare in Chicago. We are 5 minutes from Ohare. Book a flight and hotel. You will have a ball even if you don't bring a car.
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Hi Tom,

Congrats on the purchase of your 73 Z28. I had spoken to the orig owner and then his son. I know the car but have never certified it. It's truly an untouched car that would fit perfectly in our program. Although I'd love to certify the car at MCACN we are at capacity. There is a chance if we can procure another lift we could do a few more cars. Our program is pretty intense and each car is examined for 3+ hrs.

Another option would to participate at the GM Nationals at Carlisle where we will also be Vintage Certifying cars next June. My website is: vintagecertification.com

If you have any questions review the website or give me a call. Again congratulations!

My cell is 631-514-9765

I appreciate the information, I will make plans for next year! With advance planning I'm sure I can arrange to "borrow" a truck/trailer.

I've been meaning to post some photos and details on the '73 to share with the forum, hopefully this weekend.
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Most big airports have non stop flights to Ohare in Chicago. We are 5 minutes from Ohare. Book a flight and hotel. You will have a ball even if you don't bring a car.
Can't make it this year, already obligated to go to Daytona Speedway's Turkey Run the following week. My turn to drive.
Definitely looking at the possibility of going next year.
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