Car Show Etiquette Boobs & BooBoos
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Good article.Agree
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Car shows are supposed to be fun, Some people actually drive their cars. If you want to see a museum piece, then go to a museum. Don't get upset, that is just my opinion.
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(10-21-2011, 11:50 AM)don29163 Wrote: Car shows are supposed to be fun, Some people actually drive their cars. If you want to see a museum piece, then go to a museum. Don't get upset, that is just my opinion.

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(10-21-2011, 11:50 AM)don29163 Wrote: Car shows are supposed to be fun, Some people actually drive their cars. If you want to see a museum piece, then go to a museum. Don't get upset, that is just my opinion.

I agree car shows are supposed to be fun. We have enjoyed the shows we have taken the Mach 1 to, six this year. We take pride in having it clean and uncluttered at the show (we do drive it to the shows) but the real fun is hearing peoples stoies about the mustang they had or their father, aunt, ..... Every body has a story. Ay one show there was a family next to us, mom and dad had their pickup, a nice restomod, the kids (to young to drive) had a 48 or 49 chevy pickup that needed worh but those kids were proud of it, wiped the dust off of it several times. See photo. Another time a kid (7 or 8 grade) came by, knew more about cars than some adults. Fun to visit with. We had the Mach 1 restored to be a driver with no intention of going to shows but tried a couple and found out how much fun they can be.
   
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Good article! But didn't see any Boobs! Biggrin

I usually sit close-by to the car and am ready to answer questions, but I do not disturb the folks looking at my car. I do walk off on occasion but glance back to check things out!
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