Probably opening the preverbal can of worms here, but was wondering if my opinion on judging at car show's is as it should be?? Myself I'm long past trophy hunting any more, in fact I get bored after seeing the cars, bench racing for awhile, having my sandwich with a beer, so I pull out and head for what my ride was made for, a nice after noon drive. Been awhile since I did sow since I sold the '66 Rivi. GS, factory dual quad, 425 in 2012 and invested some of the $$,$$$.$$ in my '34. And as the Rivi. got its share of awards, it was never in a class where there were home built rides, (except for best of show). So now that I have built one from the ground up, and am in that position I am of the opinion that I should not have to compete with the professional built cars that are owned by owners who just have deep pockets. No offence intended to those folks at all, they enjoy the hobby certainly as much as I and any one else does. Their rides are ever bit entitled to be shown and should be. However when I see an owner of a Kindiget (sp)? of "bitchin rides" car, or any other custom shop show car, being judged against a home built car, I wonder if it is right. So I'd like to see two classes, and staging areas. One for the professional built and one for the home built cars. Probably just me, but that's my feeling.