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Old 06-20-2017, 05:10 PM
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Thanks guys.
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:17 PM
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The display building at Fredrick is. I thought AC was one of the big reasons to move the show there.
That's funny right there!!
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Old 06-20-2017, 10:28 PM
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little heat wont hurt anyone. suck it up.
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Old 06-20-2017, 11:24 PM
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If you're talking about heat transfer .... I don't understand because the building is about 75 and the outside temperature is about 90 ..... I don't think that's a big difference ... but if you're that worried about it what do you do when you transport cars in enclosed trailers when it's very very hot inside the trailer..not sure how that happens ... there's your heat transfer .... but here's a different one what do they do with Chicago when the show is in November and the outside temperature can be 20 and inside is 70 .... I guess my response is suck it up buttercup .... these cars were meant to be inside and outside it doesn't matter.
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I have been in the Y building several several times and you want to talk about swamp a$$... that humidity can do some damage by itself . But that's why we agree to disagree
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That's funny right there!!
Yep in order to make a funny comparison there needs to be an element of truth to it.


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little heat wont hurt anyone. suck it up.

LOL..The exact same thing I said to a friend living in 120 Phoenix today.
He was giving us grief here in Chicago during the winter.
Ain't payback a B****.
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I think I'm going. Look for a driver quality, white-on-red '65 Nova on the show field with chrome OE steel wheels and whitewalls.
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