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MAGNETAWAN, ONT

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any thoughts on the recent Huntsville show?
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I stopped in and saw some friends I haven't seen in a while........saw some nice cars......but disappointed when there are so many new cars at what I thought was a classic car show. If I wanted to see new cars I'd go to a dealership. If I offend anyone here too bad...... wait 25 yrs then show the car.

JMO

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MY sentiments exactly Dennis.



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Interesting...    are you saying a car guy can only like "old cars" ?      I love them all  



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This seems to be happening at a lot of shows & cruises unless they have a yr limit at the gate. Many people I know are not going to these event because of the high # of "new" cars & feel the same way, "I'll look at those at the dealer " The others just walk by them & ignore them!!! This has been brought to the attention of the organisers but falls on deaf ears, as these "new" cars bring the #'s up for attendance & makes it "look" better for bragging rights!!!

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dualquadpete wrote:

This seems to be happening at a lot of shows & cruises unless they have a yr limit at the gate. Many people I know are not going to these event because of the high # of "new" cars & feel the same way, "I'll look at those at the dealer " The others just walk by them & ignore them!!! This has been brought to the attention of the organisers but falls on deaf ears, as these "new" cars bring the #'s up for attendance & makes it "look" better for bragging rights!!!


I agree but my point is when an event is advertised like this...   the 13th annual Shades of Autumn Antique, Classic and Custom Car Show......then the organisers should be managing the participants. This even limits participants to 300 so those who travel a long distance or might have issues on the way lose a space to a new car. At this yrs event I saw a husband and wife both with new black mustangs. I say park outside the event if you want and let those with vehicles that meet the advertised car show in .

JMO on a lovely sat morning! 



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The plan to keep them away by playing loud distorted music from the 40s has failed

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69SS454 wrote:

The plan to keep them away by playing loud distorted music from the 40s has failed


LMFAO!!!!  



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