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71-73 2019 MCA Judging Rules
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I have attached the 2019 revision to the 71-73 MCA Judging Rules.  The only highlighted changes noted were in Exhaust, Tires, and Paint.  I will review more thoroughly against the last posted rules for 2017 to see if I can identify any other changes. 


.pdf   MCA 71-73 Rules 01 06 2019.pdf (Size: 232 KB / Downloads: 69)

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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(01-08-2019, 12:23 PM)bkdunha Wrote: I have attached the 2019 revision to the 71-73 MCA Judging Rules.  The only highlighted changes noted were in Exhaust, Tires, and Paint.  I will review more thoroughly against the last posted rules for 2017 to see if I can identify any other changes. 

Thx for posting, I like to read these for information purposes.
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Thanks. When I get ready to restore my '71, it's just as easy to paint parts the correct color as not.

Steve
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Thanks for the info! This is very useful for my restoration project.
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Thanks from me too. Very useful to have this information. Even though not all of my car meets the criteria, it is acceptable to the casual observer as well as the one that counts, me
Geoff.

I learn something new every day!
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(01-09-2019, 07:09 PM)Stanglover Wrote: Thanks from me too. Very useful to have this information. Even though not all of my car meets the criteria, it is acceptable to the casual observer as well as the one that counts, me
Geoff.

Relax... he just put it up for those of us here that choose to follow the information provided. Nothing to do with how car’s on this site stack up against the MCA rules. I’m sure you really like your car, as you should!
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(01-09-2019, 11:47 PM)7173Vert Wrote:
(01-09-2019, 07:09 PM)Stanglover Wrote: Thanks from me too. Very useful to have this information. Even though not all of my car meets the criteria, it is acceptable to the casual observer as well as the one that counts, me
Geoff.

Relax... he just put it up for those of us here that choose to follow the information provided. Nothing to do with how car’s on this site stack up against the MCA rules. I’m sure you really like your car, as you should!

 Sometimes it's better to agree than disagree. In this case I do agree with your comments. I ought not to have made it about MY car, but our cars in general.
If it looks factory and is correct to the most point, then that's what counts. That was my point that I didn't address very well. My mistake.
To those amongst us who have the desire to restore to MCA rules, that's awesome.
Geoff.

I learn something new every day!
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7173Vert and Stanglover you are both right. My intent was to share with those who may be interested in reviewing them and if they would like to apply some or all of the judging aspects to their car they can. That is the great thing about our group. We have a wide spectrum of how folks want to complete their own car. Everyone on the forum should respect each individuals goals to get their car complete. I think we all do that. I keep coming back here and stay connected because everyone here is good folk.

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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I actually enjoyed reading that !!! Though no a "clubber" or show my collection - nice to see that 1971 is called out for the Autolite parts (as it should be) !!! Restoring a 1971 car is harder IMO than a any other Boss IMO.

WHAT HAPPENS when the rules are OUTRIGHT WRONG? Do you have to educate just the judge or do you have to "make a case to MCA" BEFORE an event? (after doesn't seem logical) I would think all should be judged on the same grounds. I'm going to talk to guys in AZ (judges)

ESPECIALLY on the point that "shifter linkage" is noted as Phosphate and oil. Is that just they pasted from 1969 cars??? EVERY 1971 rods were Gold Dichromate including the lockout I have seen.

Again really like reading.
Mark
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(01-10-2019, 10:02 AM)bkdunha Wrote: 7173Vert and Stanglover you are both right.  My intent was to share with those who may be interested in reviewing them and if they would like to apply some or all of the judging aspects to their car they can.  That is the great thing about our group.  We have a wide spectrum of how folks want to complete their own car.  Everyone on the forum should respect each individuals goals to get their car complete.  I think we all do that.  I keep coming back here and stay connected because everyone here is good folk.

 WELL SAID!!
 and very much appreciated.
Geoff.

I learn something new every day!
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