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Old 2nd March 2013, 17:02   #16
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Default Re: Entering a Concours for the Love of it, or is it only about Winning?

I've been travelling for a bit and now that I'm back I am truly dissapointed to see the way most of these discussions are going.

Originally Posted by vincentcomet99 View Post
In fact it certainly did this year when a Pune-based collector bought a handful of motorbikes from various auction houses abroad solely so that he could win Best of Show at Cartier!
Sorry, but that is completely out of line to assume so.

Originally Posted by harit View Post
The first step is to cozy up to the curator. Once he is cozied up to, he will help you secure numerous entries, and eliminate serious competition.
Originally Posted by the mole View Post
You are a bit of a know it all and goody goody two shoes aren't you?
Gentlemen, I am all for healthy debates, but again we are discussing people and not cars and bikes. Some lines here are really in poor taste. Please refrain from any accusations based on conjecture. Can we please be a tad more civil? That would make it enjoyable for all to read. Thanks.
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