Clint, Not for sure of the code, but the Yenko Nova is Fathom Green, owned by a friend from Canada. Turned down over $500,000 for the car at SCR8. The Deuce with the odd (but cool) looking hood scoop, as you know, is owned by Schonye. I know Schonye is a big boy, and can fend for himself, so I will leave the explanation of whether his car is a Deuce or a Rebel Machine up to him.
Rabbit, I take the time to post pictures on this site, and others, as a way to promote our hobby, and also, simply to allow folks a chance to see these rare cars.
In regards to Vettefest, once again a way to promote our hobby while at the same time allowing folks the chance to see these rare cars up close and personal. Of course getting to hang out with lots of sYc members for 3 days, including Helen Gibb, is kind of neat.
Last but not least, "bring my show up to par?" What is par? The sYc held the first Supercar Reunion 8 years, the first, and is still the only show of its kind. The list of rare cars and celebrities who have attended reads like a "who's who" in the supercar hobby. Because of the success of the SCR, the sYc has been ask by other shows to set up displays, do seminars and help attract supercars to their event, which we gladly do. Vettefest, the Gibb show, York US30 and just this past summer, the Nova Nats, where Marlin was the guest speaker, talking about Yenkos.
I guess what I am saying is, you can bash cars, call names, whatever you want, but not me. I will leave such childish stuff to my grandchildren. I will stick to sharing my adventures with others and hearing about theirs.