Our young friend Allen has chosen to restore a 68 coupe as his high school senior project. Dean and I have acted as his mentors for the project. The final stage of his project is to be "judged" by 3 or so people who are experienced in this field. It's important that these judges not be familiar with Allen and his project, but rather look at what he set out to do and judge whether he did it and how well with a fresh set of eyes. Therefore, Dean and I are out, and a few of you local VMFers are out too. Would any of you who aren't real familiar with Allan and his project like to volunteer? We're not sure exactly how, when and where this judgng will take place, but it will likely be within the next few weeks. All attempts will be made to accommodate peoples schedules, but ideally I'd like to get 5 or so volunteers to assure that at least 3 can make it when the time/place is set.
Wadayasay, any takers?
[color:"green"]"You can't have a proper midlife crisis on only 6 cylinders"[/color]
Ford had to work out the bugs in the protoptypes before they could build the [color:"red"] [/color]67's & [color:"purple"] [/color]68's. :: Just took em a million and a half cars, but they did finally get it right.
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The purple Shelby GT350
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Oh crap, I just got my email for this. I didn't realize it'd be in the middle of the day! How many volunteers did you get...I'd hate to leave him hanging' but, I'm not sure I can jockey things around. ::
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