I believe I read somewhere that they pretty much trashed the car after the video. Somehow they managed to backfire back through the blower and destroy it. The "Hot for teacher" painted on the side left a ghost image after it was removed.Dings and knicks in the body and paint. I thought I had read that in an old issue of Street Rodder.
Well, this is funny, when Garrett and I were looking at the cars he mentioned he really liked that one. I took a photo for him...I did not know it was yours. I never really looked at any of the build sheets. LOL.
Nice show, I did get to talk to Kerry Ingram and put face to the name. I printed the decals for his Social Circumcision rod. The venue seems small and space is at a premium. Maybe the check in could be done outside the room where the models are to free up some more space for tables for models. The juniors table was packed as were a few others. Maybe staff could assist with arranging cars on the tables to provide more room. Not sure the PA and music system is warranted as it takes up space and is rather noisy in an already small noisy room. I think this NNL has outgrown its space, especially if they plan on 400 more cars next year. Don't get me wrong, we had fun and met some fellow modelers...just providing constructive critique for next years event.
Between 25 and 30 would be my guess. She was there taking a conceal carry class. 8 hours of training may not be enough for that young lass. Not sure if she passed the range portion of the test...there were not many holes in her target. Which means she could not hit human silhouette target at 21 feet. The young woman at the gun range that said...this(shooting) is much harder to do then Call of Duty."