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Concourse classes

Discussion in 'Oktoberfest 2013' started by 190833, Mar 1, 2013.

    190833 guest

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    "If you are entering the judging portion of the Concours, please review the classes prior to registration."

    Where are these classes listed?
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    AlanRich

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    They show up on the registration form after you check the "judged" category. There is a drop-down menu with the classes such as Vintage, Modified, etc...
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    190833 guest

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    please review the classes prior to registration

    They show up on the registration form after you check

    interesting...
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    steven s

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    On the http://bmwccaofest.org site.
    Click on Concours on the left side menu.
    Ouch! They are not there. Hold on!

    They are there now there. They where probably hidden for review.
    I'll see about adding a popup to the registration form so you don't need to leave the form.

    190833 guest

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    Still hidden from public view. I'm going to choose "novice concourse CL" which I'm guessing the CL means "clean." Never participated in a concourse before, racetracks are usually more interesting.
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    steven s

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    You may need to refresh your browser.
    http://www.bmwccaofest.org/concours-classes.phtml

    Yes, CLean.
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    Satch SoSoCalifortified

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    What, you mean you haven't yet experienced the thrill of Q-Tip addiction?!

    Me, neither!
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    mryflyguy

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    Where is a description of the expectations for presentation levels? Couldn't find anything published.



    (CL) Clean: Interior and Exterior.
    (SC) Super Clean: Interior, Exterior, Trunk, and Engine Compartment.
    (CO) Concours Original: Authenticity and originality are considered as primary criteria. Vehicles are prepared with attention to quality and originality to detail as expected in formal Concours d'Elegance.
    (CM) Concours Modified: Authenticity is not considered; vehicles prepared with enhancements, modification and/or personalization as desired by owner.
    (spectator) For those not showing their car but wishing to attend and view.
    (display) For those placing their car on display for others to view (not judged).
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    dmmai

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    This may be a silly question but, I don't recall noticing the (spectator) class before.
    Does one need to register for this spectator "class" in order to simply spectate?
    Will entry onto the grounds and viewing of the cars be allowed to any/all O'Fest participants?

    Thanks
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    MGarrison

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    I don't know what that means - As for access, once you get through the first five or six levels of security, all that's left is the body cavity strip search, and you'll be right in. Just kidding - show up, park, stroll, look. etc., should be just fine as far as I know! ;)

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