<VV> [Corsabod] CORSA rules
lynndee at cwo.com
lynndee at cwo.com
Wed Jun 24 10:30:43 EDT 2015
The bottom line is... if it was my car and I truly wanted to keep the
I would have done what every other collector does with a barn find vintage
You get another set of wheels and new tires to move the vehicle around.
Then to keep the
"factory original" class for a proper Concours, the old aged tires are
mounted with tubes
in them, or injectable airless rubber, "if they are salvageable", and then
for the event. This is how it's done at prestigious concours events.
As I said, we should have the option to make exceptions. But I totally
understand the concours
committee wanting to keep uniformity and prestige with the CORSA Concours,
and not cheapen
To say CORSA is crazy or has blundered is in my opinion a ridiculous
opinion. There is this new
invention. It's called contacting the Concours committee and asking about
bringing a vehicle to the CORSA event!
We have rules with Autocross also, to be followed!
> Read the rule book and trailer the car - like everyone else in factory
> Later, JR
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bill Hubbell via VirtualVairs" <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
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> Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2015 4:30 PM
> Subject: <VV> CORSA blunder
>> I've never been more embarrassed by this club that by what just happened
>> today. The '63 White Monza Lambrecht car was classified into the
>> class for Concours - technically correct due to the incorrect size of
>> whitewall radial tires, but grossly incorrect for what is probably the
>> last most perfect factory original car we will ever see again. Mark
>> Corbin and I made a personal appeal to the Concours chair to - just this
>> one time - override the rule book and give this car the recognition it
>> deserves, but he stood on the letter of the law and refused to
>> Well, he does have the original Firestone 6.50-13 tire in the spare
>> location, complete with the two felt pads protecting the metal
>> the molding plugs unmolested. All the rubber moldings, bumpers, etc are
>> in pristine, soft condition, the metal trim shiny bright, even has the
>> drips and droops of glue and goop where the factory left them.
>> You will never see a car in more original and new condition as this one.
>> To call it modified because he didn't drive it here on 52 year old bias
>> belt tires is insane.
>> CORSA is insane.
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