Over the summer, near where I live and surely in many other places, there are some vintage car and motorcycle shows. I plan to be sort of hopping from each one to the next with my "show bikes" (the Bikes that are actually presentable to some degree). I absolutely HATE the professionalism that is supposed to come with the whole show thing so I plan to yeet all that out the window.
When I arrive, I plan to:
A. Arrive with a chrome ford hubcap that I found on the side of the road that's in pretty darn good condition.
B.THROW the hubcap on the ground and vigorously sssssssscrape the hubcap on the concrete until it's underneath my leaky carb and just pretend like It's normal.
C. walk around and just be unreasonably un-serious, cause' what are they gonna do about it?
I'm gonna try to be polite for the most part but, I hate the stuck up stereotype around shows and stuff so I'm just gonna not do that. Just so that it's clear, that type of thing FROM ME is not rare at all. Just two days ago I went to Walmart on my metropolitan and carried carts around and put them int the cart corral things...helping the employees.
(Just to clarify, I'm not trying to be mean, but I've been to shows and stuff before without a vehicle and have never been taken seriously even when I have a legitimate question. So if I'm not gonna be taken seriously, let's go all out)
but uhh, what was I gonna say...hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Oh yeah! what are your experiences in shows and such? (edited)