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Default Vintage Certification @ MCACN 2022

Vintage Certification™ is again proud and excited to be a part of the MCACN experience, hard to believe it's our 13th year at this show and 23rd anniversary of Vintage Certification. By now everyone should know this is a must attend event. Come Join Us and have your car Vintage Certified at MCACN Nov 19th & 20th 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, Paul Martin, Lloyd Costley, Steve Minore, Chris White, Scott Tiemann, Frank Badalson, Marty Burke, Jason Billups, John Ballard, Jeff Cook, 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 the underbody on a lift. To learn more about Vintage Certification visit our website at www.vintagecertification.com or the MCACN website at www.mcacn.com. This is the perfect venue to have your vehicle certified. You will be among and exclusive group of enthusiasts who participate in this exciting event.

We understand not every original car is 100% untouched, and we offer five levels of certification, based on the originality of the Vehicle.
Vintage Certifications™ five divisions:

Vintage Time Capsule - Vehicles that are 95+% unrestored in all reference areas
Vintage Legend - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in all reference areas.
Vintage Heritage - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in five reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in four reference areas
Vintage Reference - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in three reference area.

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 (except Corvette)

We are now accepting applications for 2022. We have limited certification slots available and suggest you apply early before they are filled. If you are interested or have questions call or visit our website at: www.vintagecertification.com The site for more info such as, rules and guidelines and downloadable application.



This year our participant roster is again amazing:
Mileage Awarded Owner
1965 Shelby Original owner 43K Reference Charles McArty
1969 428 SCJ Mustang 34.8k Reference Dan Runyon
1969 Shelby 350 Convertible 34.7k Legend Shane Fowler
1969 Daytona-Hemi 23.3K Reference Phil & Reggie Voyk
1969 Charger 500-Hemi 1.6K Reference John Lammers
1969 Corvette L46 64K Legend Lou Small
1967 Impala SS 427 17.5K Heritage Keith Adelsberg
1968 Impala SS 427 17.9K Legacy Donald Bock
1970 Camaro Z28 16.5k Legend Wade Brown
1970 Superbird 683 Legend Mark Bednar
1971 Charger/RT-Hemi 10.7K Time Capsule Tim Wellborn
1981 Camaro Z28 125 Time Capsule Rick Schmidt
1973 Bronco 1.7K Time Capsule Wayne Schmeeckle
1969 GTO 44.8K Legacy Mike Dodsworth
1969 Camaro Black L78 m22 9.5K Time Capsule Doug Perry

Heritage Display (non judged unrestored cars)
1970 Chevelle SS

We anticipate that there might be a Time Capsule in the group.
Each car has a story to tell. Stop by and see what new information our team
has uncovered.

Our team is look forward to seeing old friends and meeting news. Make sure you stop and say high.





Here are last year's list of participants and awards:

1967 Chevelle SS-L35 Bill Wente 12k miles Awarded Time Capsule
1967 Chevelle SS-L35 Keith Kiser Awarded Legacy
1969 Chevelle SS L78- Kevin DeWitte 35k miles Awarded Legend
1970 Chevelle L34- Phil Wojnarowski 2,400 miles Awarded Legend
1970 Chevelle L34 Michael Maresca 17k miles Awarded Legend
1967 Camaro Z28- Chris Piscitello 13k miles Awarded Legend
1969 Camaro L78- Guy Youngdell 12k miles Awarded Legend
1967 Corvette L79- Mike Wheatley 65kmiles Awarded Legend
1970 Superbird 440- Doug & Chris Hammond 9k miles Awarded Legacy
1969 Firebird Conv RAIII- Rob Sitts 30k miles Awarded Legend
1971 Trans Am- Tim Schuetz 18k miles Awarded Legacy
1969 Torino 428 SCJ Wayne Schmeeckle 1.1K miles Awarded Legend
1957 Chevrolet FI Charley Lillard Awarded Legend

Heritage Display (non judged unrestored cars)
1968 Camaro Z28
1967 Corvette 427-400 Convertible



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Can't wait to see what surfaces this year.

So much to be learned in this area of the show!

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I got to come see that survivor 69 black L78 camaro, wow. I always get busy working on house remodeling stuff, and never can get away but this year I got to make it. Would be interesting to see how the tail panel looks and some other things to compare.
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I got to come see that survivor 69 black L78 camaro, wow. I always get busy working on house remodeling stuff, and never can get away but this year I got to make it. Would be interesting to see how the tail panel looks and some other things to compare.
Bob do you own the 69 black rs/ss that we referenced in a thread many years ago. If I recall we could see the trunk tape line and the difference in the tail panel black versus the rest of the exterior. Look forward to seeing you at MCACN!
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This was another stellar year for the Vintage Certification program. I would like to thank each participant for all their efforts to preserve these special cars and share them at MCACN show.

This years judges were amazing and appreciative of their tireless efforts and expertise: Brett Merryman, Paul Martin, Lloyd Costley, Chris White, Steve Shauger, Frank Badalson, Dave Inglesby, Scott Smith, Marty Burke, Jason Billups, John Brown, John Ballard, Jeff Cook, Rick Griffin, Alex Sahely & Steve Nuwer.

This year's participants were amazing. Each were dedicated to preserving the vehicle and its history:

1965 Shelby Original family 43K Charles McArty Awarded Reference
1969 428 SCJ Mustang 34.8k Dan Runyon Awarded Reference
1969 Shelby 350 Convertible 34.7k Shane Fowler Awarded Legend
1969 Daytona-Hemi 23.3K Phil & Reggie Voyk Awarded Reference
1969 Charger 500-Hemi 1.6K John LammersAwarded Reference
1969 Corvette L46 64K Lou Small Awarded Legend
1967 Impala SS 427 17.5K Keith Adelsberg Awarded Heritage
1968 Impala SS 427 17.9K Donald BockAwarded Legacy
1970 Camaro Z28 16.5k Wade Brown Awarded Legend
1970 Superbird 683 Mark Bednar Awarded Legend
1971 Charger/RT-Hemi 10.7K Tim Wellborn Awarded Time Capsule
1981 Camaro Z28 125 Rick Schmidt Awarded Time Capsule
1973 Bronco 1.7K Wayne Schmeeckle Awarded Time Capsule
1969 GTO 44.8K Mike Dodsworth Awarded Legacy
1969 Camaro Black L78 m22 9.5K Doug Perry Awarded Time Capsule


Vintage Time Capsule - Vehicles that are 95+% unrestored in all reference areas
Vintage Legend - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in all reference areas.
Vintage Heritage - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in five reference areas.
Vintage Legacy - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in four reference areas
Vintage Reference - Vehicles that are 85+% unrestored in three reference area.

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 (except Corvette)
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This was another stellar year for the Vintage Certification program. I would like to thank each participant for all their efforts to preserve these special cars and share them at MCACN show.
Wow, four Time Capsules! The selection of cars keeps getting better each year!

Thank you Steve and all involved in this special area of MCACN!!

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Wow, four Time Capsules! The selection of cars keeps getting better each year!

Thank you Steve and all involved in this special area of MCACN!!

Bill W
Yes, all the Time Capsules were great, and Doug's '69 was special, but the one that really made an impression on me was the 1981 Camaro Z28. Not only was it a capsule, it was a time transporter as well. It took me back 41 years to seeing these models introduced first hand and other than a new battery, I couldn't see any difference in that car from the day it was delivered new. It didn't even appear to have aged in storage.
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Mitch the 81 Z28 had its original battery. It was not installed, but displayed behind the car. I believe the only orig item missing was the oil filter.
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I know everyone loves barn finds and the red carpet displays, but the vintage cert area is worth the price of admission. Unreal lineup last week!
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