Date: Saturday, September 20, 2008
Contest Hours: Registration will be accepted from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Awards: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Upper level of the Carousel Mall next to the Information Booth, Downtown San Bernardino, CA
Entry Fee: $5.00 (Unlimited entries). Participants 12 years and younger are free.
Admission is free to view entries
CLASS TYPES (Please note that there have been some changes in the classes.)
1 - Hot Rod/Street Rod - Any pre 1950 car or truck built in either the Hi-Tech or Traditional style. Must have treaded tires - NO SLICKS
2 - Drag Race - Any car or truck set up to run the 1/4 mile. (Pro-stocks, Funny Cars, Dragsters, Pro-Mods, Pro-Sportsman, Jet Car / Trucks, etc.)
3 - Nostalgia Drag Race - Any car or truck that would have run the 1/4 mile Prior to 1973 or would qualify for Nostalgic Drag racing today. (Funny Cars, Dragsters, Altereds, Gassers, etc.)
4 - Custom - Any fully customized Car or Truck of any year. (Includes "Show" customs, Movie/TV Cars, Concept Cars/Trucks)
5 - Street Machine - Any 1950 or newer car or truck with treaded tires. Tubbed vehicles must appear to be street legal - NO SLICKS (Includes Muscle Cars, Pro-street Cars/Trucks)
6 - Low Rider - Any car or truck of all years that has been lowered, slammed, or dropped, and built in the low-rider tradition. (Mild or Wild)
7 - Competition - Any car/truck built for competition other than Drag Race (Winston Cup, Indy Car, Road Race, etc.)
8 - Box Stock/Out of Box - Any Car/Truck Built right out of the box. Paint, Bare Metal Foil, Flocking and Decal alterations are allowed. No body modifications are allowed unless specified in the instructions. (The base kits instruction sheet is required to be eligible.)
9 - Curbside - Any car or Truck built purely for "Looks". No engine or interior. Windows may be blacked out. If the interior is visible, the interior WILL NOT be judged or count in the judging.
10 - Miscellaneous - Any automotive subject not covered in the other classes. (Example - Drag Boats, Zingers, Cartoon Vehicles, Small Scale, Large Scale, etc.)
11 - Looks Good in Suede - Any car or truck that is complete and the exterior has a primer finish. (Rat Rods, Customs, etc.)
12 - Motorcycle - All scales, all styles. Street bikes, drag bikes, custom bikes, road race bikes.
13 - Trucks - This class is designed primarily for street trucks up to and including 1-ton pick-ups or flatbeds. Entries may be stock, modified, or mild customs. Any degree of detail is allowed.
14 - Juniors - ages up to and including 17 years old - (Juniors may enter the regular classes if they choose)
15 - Modeler's Choice - Votes from the participants of the model contest will determine the winner.
16 - Peoples Choice - Votes from the spectators will determine the winner.
17 - Best of Show
Returning again for the 2nd year is the “Make and Take” for kids ages 13 years and under. (Quantities are limited)
All kids who choose to can build a model while at the event and keep it – free of charge, but must be accompanied by their parent to participate. (There will be volunteers there to assist with the build.)
Rules and Regulations:
1st - 3rd place plaques in all classes (Except Peoples Choice, Modelers Choice and the “Best Of” award)
This show will be critically judged. The Judges will not handle the entries. If there is special detail to the chassis of the entry you may place it on a mirror base*** (see note below)
** All entries are to be the sole work of the entrant **
***Sorry but due to space limitations there can be no large displays or dioramas (Mirror bases will be allowed within reason.)
There is NO diorama class and there is a “No Sweeps” rule at this show.
All entries must be picked up at the end of the award ceremony.
Rules and categories are subject to change without notice.
***Winning entries from previous Route 66 Rendezvous shows are not eligible for awards***
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