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Vintage Certification @ MCACN Nov 23rd & 24th

Vintage Certification is again proud and excited to be a part of the MCACN experience. This is a must attend event. Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 23rd & 24th in Chicago

Vintage Certification™ is a judging program whose sole purpose is to recognize, provide status, provenance, and promote un-restored (survivor) vehicles. We believe it is the only program that focuses on documenting and benchmarking these cars. Our core certification team consists of Brett Merryman, Chris White, John Karvonen, Marty Burke, Roger Gibson, Steve Shauger and other marque specialists based on make and model. Each core team member possesses over 30 years experience as restorers, collectors, historians and judges in the hobby. Typically we spend 3hrs examining in detail every segment of your car including on a lift. The MCACN show http://www.mcacn.com is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiast who participate in this new exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer four levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Certifications™ levels are divided into four divisions:
Vintage Legend - Cars that are 80%-90% unrestored in all reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Cars that are minimally 50% unrestored, in three out of five reference areas.
Vintage Reference - Cars that are unrestored in at least one Vintage Reference Area.
Vintage Icon - Cars that have original-unrestored components disbursed throughout.

Reference Areas: Certification consists of two areas of consideration, Originality and Preservation. Reference areas are as follows:

• Engine Compartment Area
• Exterior Body
• Interior Body
• Underbody
• Trunk
This is Vintage Certification™ 15th year and we continuing to expand and educate enthusiast on factory standards. Below is a preliminary list of vehicles to be certified. At the moment we have two opening for certification.
2013 MCACN Vintage Certification Roster:
1954 Corvette
1965 Corvette
1973 Z28
1970 ChallengerTA
1969 Z28
1969 Chevelle SS L78
1978 Little Red Express
1970 ChallengerTA


Last years 2012 MCACN Participants

Vintage Certifications:

K. Gibson- 65 Shelby
J.Thompson- 69 Talledega Prototype
B. Hiens - 67 GTO
J. Boe- 70 Chevelle LS6
D. Haler- 81 Corvette
R. Sitts - 71 Z28
T. Lucas- 69 Torino 428CJ
T. Lucas - 69 Z28
T. Lucas - 70 AAR Cuda

Vintage Heritage Display:
M. Bulaw 69 Camaro Z28
G. Burch 69 SS Nova,
JC Barnett 70 Camaro #2 Pilot Car
D.Varner 69 Super Bee
J.Tinberg 73 Mercury Comet GT

Some Past Participants:
The following is a listing of cars we have certified at the last few shows: 1970 Dick Harrell 454 Conversion, 69 Yenko Camaro 19K mile (Don Stowers), 69 RS/SS L78,14K mile (Joe Demesey), 70.5 RS/Z281100mile (Charley Lillard), RS/SS L4815Kmile (Rick George), 70.5 Z28 22k mile (Jack Seymore), 67 Z28 (Chris Piscitello), 69 COPO (Grady Burch), 67 RS/SS 40Kmiles (Jeff Helms), 70 LS6 Chevelle(Joe Demesey), 69 SS Chevelle L35 (Phil Wojnarowski),
1973 Z28 35k miles(Ed Lis), 1972 ZR1 290 miles (Al Wagner), 1967 SS Chevelle (Jaquie Benthin), 1968 RS/SS L78 14k miles (Jason A.), 1970 LS6 4K miles (Tony Lucas), 1970 LS6 14K miles (Jared Hausfeld), 1969 L89 Elcamino (Chris Short), 1970 Yenko Deuce (Tom Kusmeisz), 1969 ZL1 (Tony Lucas), 1973 Trans am SD 1700 miles (Tony Lucas), 1968 RS/SS 9500 miles (Fred Remite), 1981 Camaro Z28 5000 miles (Scott Dunlap), 1966 Chevelle SS (Jeff Helms), 1983 Camaro Z28 6000 miles( Stuart Goldman),1970 T/A Challenger 173 miles ( Jason A.)

Just a note, your car need not be rare or low mileage, just original.


VINTAGE CERTIFICATION™ PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING:

• Encourages the preservation, status, recognition and appreciation of the unrestored vehicle.

• Offers the hobbyist the opportunity to have their Vehicle certified objectively, fairly and provides provenance and pedigree.

• Promotes and adheres to the philosophy that the original car showing wear is preferable to one that is improperly restored

• Vintage Certification™ represents a repository of factory correct standards by which the hobby and serious restorers can all benefit

• Vintage Certification™ identifies a Vehicle as having completed a thorough exhausting inspection process, which references factory standards, and at a level as established by Vintage Certification Group.

Again we have only two certification opening available, so to ensure your Vintage Certification participationcertifiplease contact us ASAP because we only accept a maximum of 9 cars per event.

For those who have unrestored cars and want to display their cars we have a display only area (non judged) exclusively for unrestored cars "Vintage Heritage Collection". Having a display area for unrestored cars allows owners of like cars to be displayed together and recognized collectively.



Visit our webpage http://www.mcacn.com/vintagecert.htm for more information such as our Mission Statement http://www.mcacn.com/VintageLegendMissionStatement.pdf and Application http://www.mcacn.com/VintageCertific...pplication.pdf

If you have any questions email us at [email protected] or call me, Steve Shauger @(631) 514-9765. It is truly amazing the jewels of information that can be learned from these benchmark cars. Again space is limited due to the amount of time required to verify and certify all reference areas, so apply early.

Steve Shauger
Vintage Certification™
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