[concours] Re: Concours Digest V1 #216

Dick Cavicke wrote:

I do know that the topic of consolidating classes is going to be brought
before the new JCNA Judge’s Committee. I don’t know just how it is to be
presented or what the recommended changes might be. I will, however, try
to make sure that some of the comments presented in this forum be heard.

As long as the first consolidation is combining C15 and C16, I’m all in
favor of it! Both represent modifications from production Jaguar models.
Both allow cars from any era. Both are sparsely populated. Dumping C18 as a
competitive class also has much merit. Having tried C18 once, I agree with
Paul Skilleter on that point.
-Steve A.
'67 E Type Coupe
'76 XJ6C
'91 XJ40

PS: Has anyone received their Sept/Oct Jaguar Journal yet?

what’s 18 ? Preservation ?

combining 15 / 16 makes sense.

Sept / October JJ ? we’re only mid october… patience :slight_smile: it’s been 2
months behind all year.

Pascal----- Original Message -----
From: “Steve Averill” averill@earthlink.net
To: concours@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2001 2:05 AM
Subject: [concours] Re: Concours Digest V1 #216

Dick Cavicke wrote:

I do know that the topic of consolidating classes is going to be brought
before the new JCNA Judge’s Committee. I don’t know just how it is to be
presented or what the recommended changes might be. I will, however, try
to make sure that some of the comments presented in this forum be heard.

As long as the first consolidation is combining C15 and C16, I’m all in
favor of it! Both represent modifications from production Jaguar models.
Both allow cars from any era. Both are sparsely populated. Dumping C18 as
a
competitive class also has much merit. Having tried C18 once, I agree with
Paul Skilleter on that point.
-Steve A.
'67 E Type Coupe
'76 XJ6C
'91 XJ40

PS: Has anyone received their Sept/Oct Jaguar Journal yet?