You mean you're going to show up to a somewhate large b-body event with a ride that hasn't been modded?
Make sure you reserve your room by the date listed in the link, otherwise the discount is gone. Also, last year the sprinklers at the hotel came on in the middle of the night/early morning, so many of us woke up to cars with lots of waterspots. Make sure you don't park along the long aisle with the plants.
This years show is a fundraiser for a member of the b-body community whose brother has ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) so if you're in the area, please register as it's for a good cause.
Jeff Magill, from Beach Cities Paintless Dent Removal, will be there again, so make sure you schedule an appointment for that too if you want his service. He fills up fast!
Of course that's not a problem. I'm not sure, but that category may have been consolidated to "stock b-body, all years" or maybe "best non-SS" or something like that. I know they've cut several of the categories out, which is probably a good thing since sometimes it does get kind of reduntant. I know there's usually a couple of real clean stock SS's out there that will be tough to compete with if you're in the same category.Yes. Unless thats a problem? Been there before. Since im probably the last caprice on the planet that is 100% stock....I think that puts me in the best of stock caprice category :biggrin:
You're better off joining ISSCA and heading to nationals, which will be in Texas this year- October I believe- in conjunction with the large regional show the Texas folks host every year. I imagine that would be much closer for you. Of course, you're welcome to head out here, too. People show up from WA, AZ, SoCal, Las Vegas pretty consistently.hey my cars completely stock , except maybe moulding delete,and car audio and caprice rims wish i could go anoyne wnna pay for my gas from colorado????:biggrin:
Yes, sadly the breed does seem to be dying. I forgot yours was a 9C1, yes it's pretty rare to get a pristine bone stock one. There's plenty of really nice modded ones out there, but the stock ones have had a rough life. I do know the trophies are very "impala" oriented, but it sure would be nice to have one. Maybe I'll go for the "dirty deer" this year.lol.....im in my own GRANDpa/ma class thank you very much Being a clean 9C1 makes it more of a rarity I think since even the "clean" ones I have seen are usually a bit beat. Either way it will be fun. Even when I had a car I could have entered I never did, I just go for the fun and gathering of the dying breed.