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Old 02-17-2017, 10:12 AM   #61
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Thanks for that Chuck.

Just learned something: around time 1:00 Dave states that "wheels are excluded" for cars in the Stock Division. I don't remember seeing that in print anywhere.
I believe that Dave is explaining how a car gets into the "stock" division vs. the "modified" division. With the doors, and hood closed, the body looks mostly stock, then it can go in the "stock division". Wheels are not the determining factor to push the car to "modified" division. So if someone has Cragar mags on the car, but everything else appears "stock" (exterior appearance), then the car could go into the "stock" division vs. modified.
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I believe that Dave is explaining how a car gets into the "stock" division vs. the "modified" division. With the doors, and hood closed, the body looks mostly stock, then it can go in the "stock division". Wheels are not the determining factor to push the car to "modified" division. So if someone has Cragar mags on the car, but everything else appears "stock" (exterior appearance), then the car could go into the "stock" division vs. modified.
Exactly what I read into what he said, Mike. I didn't realize that a car in the stock class could have non-OE wheels on it and be in the Stock Division. Dave also didn't state that a car can be painted with a non-OE color and still be in the Stock Division.

Your '64 looks outstanding. Really done up in GREAT taste. Excellent!!
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NCRS Judges MODIFIED cars? Since When - I'm Interested!!
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The test case was in Lakeland this last January....its been talked about a few NCRS Restorer issues ago ... November maybe ?

My '63 will be in it next January....Lord willing and the creek don't rise (as they say)...
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