Been debating with myself about this, posting it I mean, decided to find out if any other you have experienced what we observed. A couple of weeks back the local Lyons club, staged it's annual charity car show. It is always a great draw and had almost three hundred enter through the gates. Great cars as expected, great weather, good attendance and it raised good money for their charities. A local car club from the biggest city within eight miles, was there, with around eight or ten of their members and their fantastic cars. They had to be there early to get the parking area next to the grass and in doing so, sat their chairs in that grass in a semi circle and commenced to enjoy the sights, Oops on previous spelling and sound of the cars and people. There was a plastic thirty four Ford coupe, a very nicely done one, and looking it over I asked who's it was. There in, started the rudest lack of responses by any car guys I have ever experienced. As this continued, I and my best car friend, were rudely ignored, and met with what we decided later was a attitude of superiority coming from them. Jim my bud, is very well known in local circles for his some 1oo plus cars and tried engaging them in popular builders and vendors whom they my know in common, with only snubs from the group. Still the snubbing continued, so we left them to enjoy their own company. Not much of a membership building group to say the least. Just wondering if this behavior is common around the shows of the world or if it is not often experienced??