[concours] Re: [xj] St. Louis concours

Give me the insider scoop on D6 entries and scores as soon as possible !!!
I’ll die waiting for the standings to be posted on the JCNA site.

Thanks
Doug Dwyer
Longview, Washington USA

I’m polishing up the old crate for the St. Louis Jaguar club’s JCNA
concours
on Saturday, 6th October.

Everyone is invited to the show on Saturday. Weather is supposed to be
cool----- Original Message -----
From: Jtestrake@aol.com
and sunny.

Doug

I processed the JOASW results from Ft Worth last night and sent them to Tom
for the site, they should be up shortly.

D6 had a tie for first at 9.98… one them being current 6th place, they
should jump up since their previous average on 2 shows was 9.938… hmmm
that’s going to be close… :slight_smile: . all provisional, experimental and
unofficial for now of course…

Pascal
Miami, FL----- Original Message -----
From: “Doug Dwyer” DWYERD@email.msn.com
To: xj@jag-lovers.org
Cc: Concours@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 9:53 AM
Subject: [concours] Re: [xj] St. Louis concours

Give me the insider scoop on D6 entries and scores as soon as possible !!!
I’ll die waiting for the standings to be posted on the JCNA site.

Thanks
Doug Dwyer
Longview, Washington USA

Doug,
I think we have 4 cars in D6 (driven) pre-registered. That’s a tough class,
what with all three series’s in it. Come on over to C12 (champion). It’s
way easier. Just ask Gregory.
I’ll let you know the results on Sunday.
John Testrake
St. Louis, USA

In a message dated 10/5/01 8:49:21 AM Central Daylight Time,
DWYERD@email.msn.com writes:> Give me the insider scoop on D6 entries and scores as soon as possible !!!

I’ll die waiting for the standings to be posted on the JCNA site.

Thanks
Doug Dwyer
Longview, Washington USA

I think we have 4 cars in D6 (driven) pre-registered. That’s a tough
class,
what with all three series’s in it. Come on over to C12 (champion). It’s
way easier. Just ask Gregory.
I’ll let you know the results on Sunday.

Way easier? Ha ! Up in these parts in ain’t easier. That “Andrchuck guy”
just tosses a coin to decide which of his four cars to bring, and then
“cleans house” with any of them !! I haven’t a prayer. :slight_smile:

Maybe I’ll go hog wild and perform a whole slew of mods and then compete in
C16. Yeah, that’s the ticket !

Cheers,
Doug----- Original Message -----
From: Jtestrake@aol.com

Doug see my recent posting about polish and you can beat Dr A. It is really
good stuff, trust me. :slight_smile:
Bob.

TeeHeeHee.

I don’t your endorsement of the product, Bob. But if you saw my car, and
then saw any of Gregory’s cars, well…

Doug Dwyer
Longview, Washington USA

Doug see my recent posting about polish and you can beat Dr A. It is
really----- Original Message -----
From: Peddlarbob@aol.com
good stuff, trust me. :slight_smile:

Doug, but the glare caused by the shine on your car will blind the judges
when it comes time to look at Dr A’s. :slight_smile:
Bob.

Doug may not have to worry about Chuck’s car this year, but he might have to
be looking over his shoulder next year. After some serious work by Chuck in
my driveway with an orbital polisher and some polishing glaze, his BRG 86 is
looking very nice indeed. His car is suffering from a bit of stage fright, I
believe, with some pesky light problems occurring just before the show. That
would also explain the leaking fuel hose just hours before “rags down”.
We had 59 Jaguars representing 9 states on the field at the Missouri History
Museum in the park. 12 XK’s, 19 E-Types, a 39 SS saloon, a 47 2&1/2, a MK IX
and 2 MK II’s. Series I, II, and III XJ’s and XJ40’s, S-Types and XK8’s. We
even had a very recently purchased X-Type on the field and the local dealer
brought out the 4 car line up. It was a beautiful day for a car show.
Regards,
John Testrake
St. Louis, USA
Now to forget all this concours nonsense and get on with the job of properly
restoring the XJ12.

In a message dated 10/7/01 8:20:14 PM Central Daylight Time,
crenner@dynalivery.com writes:> Weather for the show was great…nice and sunny, no sweating. Although it

was a bit chilly when we got there to lay out the field, and my cold start
injector hose was leaking when I tried to leave the house…nothing like a
cold morning start to remind you to tighten those hose clamps.

Dwyer has no worries about my car in D6… :slight_smile: The ‘black eye’, crackly
dash, small rust hole behind the rear door, and rip in the drivers’ seat
conspire to keep my points low. We’ll see what else needs to be fixed when
the score sheets come back.

John’s car did well, as always. He can provide more details, including his
exact score, but I believe it was his best score ever. I’ll claim it’s
because he got all of his plug wire clips set up properly after using mine
as a guide… :slight_smile: