I entered the Mopar Nats judged show competition,” says New York state trooper and wing car aficionado John Antonelli, “because there aren’t many Mopar-only shows nearby that have judging. I looked forward to having the opportunity to have judges tell me areas I could improve, so that I could do so as time and money allowed in the future.” Like many Mopar enthusiast restorers, John believes that enjoyment of one’s favorite classic automobile is a two-pronged endeavor. While setting these venerable beasts loose on the street is always a vicarious thrill, the quest for knowledge and the inherent competitiveness of pitting one’s own handiwork against that of another is also a significant attraction to the judged showfield. Judged showing being a means to an end was what set John and his Daytona on the road to Columbus last year, and his experience validates the premise that show competition can be one of the most valuable and cost effective ways to perfect your Mopar restoration. “I have always thought wing cars were the ultimate musclecar-era Mopar,” says John. “As far back as Jr. High School I remember being interested in Daytonas and Superbirds and their NASCAR racing past. I’ve liked the… Read full this story
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