Today I attended the Central NY Mopar Association Show. Had about 250 cars or so, nice show with some nice Mopars ot a lot of HAMB material. So they give away class trophies and they have about 50 vehicle classes like 60 through 63 "A" bodies, 60 through 63 A bodies Radio delete. but thay also give out Special awards one of which is longest distance. So they give an award today to a guy who says he came 300 miles to the show. So right away I look at the car and its got NY plate on it and there really ain't a place in ny that's 300 miles from Syracuse except for the eastern end of Log Island. As it happes I am behind the car as its leaving. It makes a sharp left into the off field parking lot and pulls up behind a trailer. So even if the dude lives in Eastern Long Island, he drve his award winning car about 2/10's of a mile to get his trophy. Was it Reagan who said Trust but Verify???? Guess that applies to car shows.