I was in a car show on Saturday and the group my car was in was 69-73 Mustangs. This was a participant's choice show and my convertible took a third place in the group. Second place went to Nitmare and his gorgeous black 70 convertible, but the first place trophy went to a guy who had not entered his professionally restored 69 428CJ factory 4 speed Mach I in the Mach I class. He probably would have won that class as well since the car was a professional restoration and was dead bang beautiful. I mentioned it to the show personnel. They agreed the car was misentered but the said the voting had already begun, so there wasn't much they could do about it. It seemed the club personnel staging the show should have seen this clear error as they were parking the cars in their respective categories. They could have even disqualified him from the class he entered, but instead they gave him the first place trophy. This might be sour grapes I suppose, but the guy (who was very nice) hadn't gotten a smudge of grease on his hands in the restoration of this car and knew very little about the car except that he had one when he was in high school and this one had cost a ton to restore. Anybody else ever had this happen and, if so, what did you do?