[concours] Re: Concours digest

Jim

Glenn Henson’s ? great car, yes he told me the story. I saw it at Columbia
and Franklin, he’s got a perfect 100 points on his national standings so
far.

Personnaly, I agree on splitting C13 but into XJ40/X300 vs X308. The X300
has more in common with the XJ40 than the X308. Engine, interior, etc…
D7, I’m not so sure, fewer entries and usually Driven classes include larger
models than Champion

Pascal----- Original Message -----
From: James Baker
To: concours@jag-lovers.org ; @Pascal_Gademer
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 7:36 AM
Subject: Concours digest

There seems to be a lot of opposition to splitting classes C13 and D7 but I
don’t really see the problems, only benefits. BTW, on you one forum page
where you talk about a judges guide with pictures, you show the engine of a
V12 E-Type. That car belongs to a guy in our club and thought you might be
interested to know that this 100 point car now started out as 2 salvaged
wrecks, one completely burned up, welded together. Did most all the work
himself too.
Jim
92 XJ40

I agree with your split. I don’t have a problem with competing with
X300’s.They at least have some age on them. It’s the brand new cars I have a
problem with. I’m going to try again at Indianapolis this weekend so maybe I
can improve my average.
Jim----- Original Message -----
From: “Pascal Gademer” pascal@pam-trading.com
To: concours@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 8:28 AM
Subject: [concours] Re: Concours digest

Jim

Glenn Henson’s ? great car, yes he told me the story. I saw it at
Columbia
and Franklin, he’s got a perfect 100 points on his national standings so
far.

Personnaly, I agree on splitting C13 but into XJ40/X300 vs X308. The X300
has more in common with the XJ40 than the X308. Engine, interior, etc…
D7, I’m not so sure, fewer entries and usually Driven classes include
larger
models than Champion

Pascal

----- Original Message -----
From: James Baker
To: concours@jag-lovers.org ; pascal@pam-trading.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 7:36 AM
Subject: Concours digest

There seems to be a lot of opposition to splitting classes C13 and D7 but
I
don’t really see the problems, only benefits. BTW, on you one forum page
where you talk about a judges guide with pictures, you show the engine of
a
V12 E-Type. That car belongs to a guy in our club and thought you might be
interested to know that this 100 point car now started out as 2 salvaged
wrecks, one completely burned up, welded together. Did most all the work
himself too.
Jim
92 XJ40

I’d be against splitting any class until it has at least 3 cars per show on
average. There are too many classes now.

Mark-----Original Message-----
From: owner-concours@jag-lovers.org
[mailto:owner-concours@jag-lovers.org]On Behalf Of Pascal Gademer
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 5:28 AM
To: concours@jag-lovers.org
Subject: [concours] Re: Concours digest

Jim

Glenn Henson’s ? great car, yes he told me the story. I saw it at Columbia
and Franklin, he’s got a perfect 100 points on his national standings so
far.

Personnaly, I agree on splitting C13 but into XJ40/X300 vs X308. The X300
has more in common with the XJ40 than the X308. Engine, interior, etc…
D7, I’m not so sure, fewer entries and usually Driven classes include larger
models than Champion

Pascal

----- Original Message -----
From: James Baker
To: concours@jag-lovers.org ; pascal@pam-trading.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 7:36 AM
Subject: Concours digest

There seems to be a lot of opposition to splitting classes C13 and D7 but I
don’t really see the problems, only benefits. BTW, on you one forum page
where you talk about a judges guide with pictures, you show the engine of a
V12 E-Type. That car belongs to a guy in our club and thought you might be
interested to know that this 100 point car now started out as 2 salvaged
wrecks, one completely burned up, welded together. Did most all the work
himself too.
Jim
92 XJ40