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MG Man wrote:Meguiar's TnT wrote:MG Man wrote:post ah pic nar pappy
MG Man like they waiting on you to start it. Post a pic of your ride to get the ball rolling.
if u send a trailer, I can bring this too.....started the resto in 2007......dogs sold seperately
got a little distracted
MG Man wrote:
Meguiar's TnT wrote:The Competitor Rules and Application forms can be found below. All completed application forms can be delivered to Streetwise Sounds in Gasparillo or Couva along with the entry fees.
http://www.trinituner.com/meguiars/COMP ... ATIONS.pdf
http://www.trinituner.com/meguiars/OFFI ... N-FORM.pdf
nemesis wrote:Probably missed it while reading quickly, but the rules don't specify that you have to use Meguiar's products for the detailing section. Only says you can't advertise other products. Is that right?
Karim Khan wrote:MG man i sure you can get the car up by April 29th 2012
SPEC S wrote:My father's 1962 Ford Anglia 105E with a rotary twist. MG Man approved
Photos by Kevin Khan & Devin Latchman.
nemesis wrote:I am curious to see who will win too. Originally I thought the event would have been about rare cars or well detailed vehicles, good restorations, or just any exceptionally well kept vehicle that stands out. But I feel there may be a lot of entrants of the same group that enter the gallery competitions at many local car shows.
I feel I'll be going to see what sort of vehicles show up though. Should at least catch a few really good ones.
MG Man wrote:^^^read the judging criteria
TnT’s BEST JUDGING & POINTS SYSTEM
All points will be determined at our
competitor vehicles will be based on a weighted
Best Paint Job
Best Customized Vehicle
Best Detailed Vehicle
Social Media Vote
so if, for example, your car is stock, then I'm guessing zero points for 'customized'............or if your car is 50 years old and still wears the factory paint (and I've seena few cars like this), then not much points for 'paint job' because it won't be shiny and lustrous under 6 coats of clear......best chance for a winner will be a drop low wingroad with neons, crims, 37 DVD screens, strobes and lambo doors
SPEC S wrote:Nope, wasn't me MG. Its not about the shine, its about the automobile itself, the history of the car, the countless stories attached to it and the memories the owner has with this vehicle. Its not just about shine and stance, its about the passion for cars.
SPEC S wrote:My father's 1962 Ford Anglia 105E with a rotary twist. MG Man approved!
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