naki_k wrote:I guess once we know how many cars/ how much space there is, we can start narrowing now which cars.
Choice of cars will ultimately come down to who is willing to leave it there for three / four days.
After that it's about this years theme of the show and how our club / cars can contribute.
In the past there have been themes around production firsts, family ties, competition success etc.
2017 was 'this very car', some clubs honoured the theme (we have a car from 1926 that has been in the family from new - that was chosen for the club stand and to fit the theme).
I know some clubs made very little effort and when the organisers review the applications those clubs are likely to be turned away this year (all based on feedback from the paying public).
Worthy noting that set up day is usually the Thursday, so for those who work standard hours it's at least two days off work.