Fred Edick said:debbie2cu,
Know the feeling of showing the SSR. I'm always uncomfortable with placing my SSR in classic car shows, but the people seem to love to look at it and ask questions. I've gotten some looks and remarks from the classic owners, but I understand where they are coming from. One said I was twenty years early and I certanly can't fault that remark. Have to say if I feel any guilt, it's because of the people passing by the classics and walking all around my SSR. Enjoy the attention, we do have our own classics.
I don't have any quilt about placing the SSR in Classic Car Shows anymore! There are all different catagories they assign you in anyway. I saw more 2002 and 2003 Camaro's along with 2002-2005 trucks low&high riders in the show then I thought I would. The reason why the SSR attracks so much attention is because it has the old look with the new technology. People find that unique all by itself.
My husband sponsers a lot of these car shows as a vendor. He owns a Media Blasting business. He said he has seen alot of 2001-2004 vehicles take trophies without anything all that great about the vehicles. Goes to show you that you really dont' have to have a classic to win.