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Offline tnguy624

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looking for judges to answer questions
« on: October 04, 2014, 12:27:36 AM »
I have had several of my M6A members asking about a section of our magazine to be about the judging of their cars. I would like to ask if any one of the many experienced judges on this forum, would allow me to ask them questions my members would  ask and then print the reply in our magazine.  You would be given full recognition for your answers, and I would want to list your area of expertise if you would allow me to. Though M6A is open to all 6 cylinders of all years, I would only submit questions that were relevant to your area of expertise. 

Thank you to anyone who would be willing to pass their knowledge on to others who I know would greatly appreciate it. I can be contacted at mustang6association@yahoo.com

Terry Reinhart
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« Last Edit: October 04, 2014, 08:18:49 AM by tnguy624 »
1966 Convertible
Born Jan. 17, 1966 Dearborn
Rebirth began Feb. 2012
Reborn July 2013

1966 Sprint
Born  May 27, 1966  Dearborn
D-4 Interior: Parchment/Emberglo
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Rebirth began March 2009
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Offline tnguy624

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Re: looking for judges to answer questions
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2014, 07:49:21 PM »
Thanks for moving this to where it was suppose to be, wasn't sure where to put the post, so I thought the "general" section was the safest.
Terry
1966 Convertible
Born Jan. 17, 1966 Dearborn
Rebirth began Feb. 2012
Reborn July 2013

1966 Sprint
Born  May 27, 1966  Dearborn
D-4 Interior: Parchment/Emberglo
V    Exterior: Emberglo
Rebirth began March 2009
Reborn May 2011
Moved to Australia Dec. 2011
MCA # 78931

Offline J_Speegle

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Re: looking for judges to answer questions
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2014, 07:57:23 PM »
No problem - just keeping things tidy.   Hope some of the knowledgeable 6 cylinder guys will help out.
Jeff Speegle

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