Early Departures: All cars must remain on the judging field at least until the completion of judging the final day of judging. The reason for this policy is simple practicality. The McLellan Award recognizes individuals for the restoration and preservation of 1975 — 1992 Corvettes. If after a short discussion, the judge does not change his decision, then we ask. Plan to be early and do not finish your restoration on the field. This is done by rubbing a pencil over Scotch tape placed on the pad.
Early Departures: All cars must remain on the judging field at least until the completion of judging the final day of judging. Achieve a 96% score on an operations check at a regional driven both ways. Rushing and last minute details add to stress. There are great cars and there are great-looking cars. .
The Hill Award recognizes individuals for the restoration and preservation of 1993 — 1996 Corvettes. Proof of prerequisite fulfillment will normally be required at the time of application. It may seem like an eternity between judging teams, however, be. Therefore, everyone can go home a winner. Technical sessions cover a myriad of Corvette related topics from fiberglass and mechanical repair to restoration of components.
These cars must be a historically significant piece of Corvette heritage and it has been created for cars that do not currently meet our judging standard because of their intended use. Our rotisserie is an invaluable tool that enables repair as well as refinishing. Please abide by their request as congestion and confusion usually results when someone decides they do not have to abide by the rules. Arrival Check in at the event registration desk and also at the judging registration desk. The judging system is designed to educate each owner about their car as well as providing recognition for excellence in the areas of restoration, performance, or preservation. Be sure to bring proof of ownership and current liability.
This car is finished in code-992 Corvette Bronze with the code-436 Tobacco-colored leather interior, and it was further optioned with the C07 auxiliary top. If the team leader believes you do not have a valid point, then we ask that you not. Participant earns points as follows: Chapter meet- 2 points; Regional meet- 3 points; National meet- 5 points. Must pay event registration fee. Experience, not only in the restoration of Corvettes, but in the actual judging of them has taught us what other judges will be looking for. Member may not gain multiple points by entering more than 1 car per event. This plaque will have space to add on plates that can only be earned by re-presentation at a National Convention in any single year that the member accumulates 10 additional points including Sportsman participation at the National Convention.
One member has done it two years in a row. In some cases, it might be in the. Your judges will be the best available at the meet you are. The guy next to you is not competition; just another soul vying for that coveted award - an award that gets handed out to all that qualify for it. That requires a special kind of owner.
Typically, you will receive an event and judging schedule at the time of registration. For instance, the following would be examples of counterfeiting: Repainting an original blue car red and changing the trim tag to make red appear to be the original color. Replacing the engine of an original small block Corvette with a big block and stamping numbers on it to make it appear to be an original big block engine. Rest assured, no significant disassembly will be required. Members also band together to attend the Bloomington Gold, Corvettes at Carlisle and Mid America Motorworks Funfest. For instance, the following examples represent restorations. For instance, the following would be examples of counterfeiting: Repainting an original blue car red and changing the trim tag to make red appear to be the original color.
Our track record has been remarkably good. Initialing the score sheet does not mean the owner agrees with the deductions, it only indicates the sheets have been presented to the owner by the judges and reviewed by the owner. As of end of the 2007 season, only 20 Corvettes have received this award. This is for safety purposes and will be strictly enforced. The process of achieving the Duntov Award requires attendance at a minimum of three events, and must be completed within a three year period. Disqualification Late arrivals: Any cars entered for judging not in place per the event requirements will be disqualified, with the exception of those who have experienced mechanical problems in route, and contacted the event judging chairman. You will also meet the National Team Leader or his designated representative.
Those that score well are deemed Bloomington Gold Certified. Presentation of the Award will be restricted to no more than two or three vehicles per year. This award was created by the National Corvette Restorers Society in 1. The process of achieving the McLellan Award requires attendance at a minimum of three events, and must be completed within a three year period. These sample sheets are made available so you can better understand the judging.