We were in Houston and we will be in Fredericksburg with Sally.
KenAsh is still thinking on it. I did the Last Grand National our Club hosted (Sept. 2011), just not sure yet. It's a ton of prep to mount a serious challenge. If it works out, we'll take the RV.You could swing thru Annapolis and we could caravan on down! I wonder if kenash is going?
Again, the 3 local hotels are sold out.Was just looking over the costs associated with this Grand National. Unless I read rules incorrectly, because I'm considered "modified" it will cost me $350 to register. Assuming, due to my list of Mods, I have to register as Modified, as I was classified in 2011.
They do show a listing for "Modified" under the "Judged" entry.
What's the difference? This is $75.
Need re-enlist my MCA membership. $25
Judged Entry .....................................$75
Extreme Modified Division ..............................$250
(What ever this is?)
As mentioned, I've already checked "Attended a Grand National" off my bucket list.
No worries for me then. Normal registration with modified option. Modified carb, A/C compressor and headers. Least I hope that is all they see.After submitting my post above, I fired off an email to the G/N contact email address regarding the "Extreme Modified". This morning I received the following courteous response:
Modified extreme cars are cars that are wild and have extreme modifications ..cars must have at least 2 major modifications in each of the 5 areas. This would include custom fabrication, disassembly, extensive cutting or welding.
Cars will be judged on the lift. I hope this helps
Based on my experience, your entry in the modified division, you are asked to list "all" of your mods. In 2011, I submitted 3 Page brochure of all of my mods. Noted below. The difference these days, are my WEBER carbs.No worries for me then. Normal registration with modified option. Modified carb, A/C compressor and headers. Least I hope that is all they see.