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There is also a very good Chevelle show not far away in northeast Maryland the same weekend. It's a shame they couldn't get together at Carlisle to bolster The GM/Chevy show

http://www.mdchevelleclub.com/
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There is also a very good Chevelle show not far away in northeast Maryland the same weekend. It's a shame they couldn't get together at Carlisle to bolster The GM/Chevy show

http://www.mdchevelleclub.com/
Scheduling conflict for the Camaro Nationals, Bloomington Corvette show and Barrett-Jackson Northeast... some cross show collaboration would be killer
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Last year Carlisle moved the GM nationals a week earlier so the Camaros could attend both shows. They didn't come anyhow, so they moved the dates back again for 2017.
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Joe,

I always wondered about the desire to display in an air conditioned building when flash condensation would be a major consideration at move out especially in very warm and humid conditions, perhaps they kill the AC 6 hours prior to move out to avoid this?

Fast temp changes are really tough on anything exposed to heat or natural steel.
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I always wondered about the desire to display in an air conditioned building when flash condensation would be a major consideration at move out especially in very warm and humid conditions, perhaps they kill the AC 6 hours prior to move out to avoid this?

Fast temp changes are really tough on anything exposed to heat or natural steel.
Is building T air conditioned?
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It does stink, but don't look for the Camaro world to ever get on the same page any time soon, JMO.
Good luck Chick, your 68 is the best and it would be cool to see the Nova again.
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Is building T air conditioned?
No Frank it is not!
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Is building T air conditioned?
The display building at Fredrick is. I thought AC was one of the big reasons to move the show there.
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Building T has large doors on each end that are left open.
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