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  • I was told that you might have advertising bags for car shows available. Is that correct?

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  • Our British car club is holding a funkhana this June. Do you have a waiver or form we can have the contestants sign?

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  • How can I determine if a '65 Corvette is a matching numbers vehicle?

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  • How do I add a new event?

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  • If I take my insured car to an out-of-town event, are there any "garage" or temporary overnight parking requirements?

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  • Client says:”The attached email is from a company who promotes classic vehicles being in the movies. I am interested in this but am leery of con jobs. Have you ever heard of this company and if so how legit is it?”

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  • Sounds silly, but what is the best way to clean whitewalls? When I read the cautions on the stuff for whitewalls in the auto department, I get concerned, any suggestions?

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  • My dad and I have a 508 cu.in. all aluminum big-block Chevy V8, we're looking for ideas of what to put it in for a fun show-ride? Brainstorm with me?

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  • I have some original tires mounted on original wheels from a 1974 Pantera. The tires were made specifically for the car so I would like to keep them to use at car shows once or twice a year. How should I store them in the meantime? Inflated or deflated, standing upright or laying flat, UV protection, etc.

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  • I recently sustained damage to the fabric/vinyl top of my 1931 Chevy coupe while trailering it to a car show. At 55 MPH, the wind lifted the top until it ripped. Once ripped, the wind got underneath and tore it half off. A friend told me that any convertible owner would have advised me to open the side windows an inch to avoid this. Does this work? I want to be able to trailer this car again without worrying about damaging the top.

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