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Old 12-21-2018, 03:01 AM
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Originally Posted by frankzlt1 View Post
How did everything go with the show?
Hey Frank....a few hiccups getting into the show with 3 hours in a staging lot waiting to get in, but once the show started it was GREAT! They had probably 15 COPO cars there with COPO camaros, novas and chevelles. You would have loved it. There were so many beautiful cars and it was the greatest car show I have ever been to.

The Z scored great and got a 991 out of 1000. My biggest deduction was the spark plugs. I have 3 sets of original green stripe plugs, but the actinics run better. After the last Camaro Nationals, i put the actinics in and forgot to change them back to the AC delco green stripe plugs. I lost 4 points for that.

The nicest thing was after the show. You can either load up in the convention center or as soon as the show ends, they let people drive out. I was trying to get back to Ohio with a 6 hour drive and I didn't want to wait 3 hours so I drove out to the trailer which was about a mile up the street. As I drove out, there were cop cars everywhere and I got a really cool police escort to the trailer.

The weather was a little rough on the way home. At the top of one of the mountains, there was a lot of ice and accidents everywhere. One of the trailer tires blew out, but we got it fixed pretty quick and I had 2 trailer tire spares.

I'll post up some pics soon.

68 Camaro (?350 SB)
69 Camaro (L72 427 BB)
69 Camaro (DZ 302 SB -
Camaro - A friendly flying car – from the French - the first half "camarade/friend" and the last half “aero/of the air".
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