Muscle on Main 2012
GOB Former Member

Macon, GA

#204 Mar 14, 2013
Ring Gear wrote:
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Just like you to miss the point again. Its the B.S that the club blows out about what members do and where members go. I have heard many make comments about something they are building or repairing and I know most haven't the skills to check the oil little on change the oil. Thats what I'm calling you out on as well the joke of showing up in a 2000 anything. Much of your group and the leader of MoM think a 2012 Camaro is presentable at a car event. Ego Ego Ego is the only reason for showing up in something put together by union workers on an assembly line.
There are many people that would participate and travel to our area for MoM but for it being a dealer demo day event. But you guys just hang around together with the same ole same ole warrenty rides blowing the same ole same ole while I and many others have fun seeing real rides built by real common Joes.
Snooty Ego Nose High guys huddled around their window sticker rides is what you represent. Loved hearing so many of you blowing last year about making the cross country journey to the Shades event. Didn't see a single one of you jokers there.
I agree with you somewhat. I also am a former club member and didn't care for what I experienced. No big problem as I left. Your points about big talk and little results was my biggest issue along withnthe fact that the club was uneducated in event gatherings.

My suggestion to you is to abandond your attempts to open their eyes as they haven't the ability or the desire to be other than what they are. Sunshine only participants with trophy addictions. I for one always wondered about the fact that so many could own and present new cars but didn't own a old ride. Clearly they have the financial abilities. I came to the conclusion that they didn't have the skills to maintain a older ride or the desire to step out of comforts of a new ride. On many occasions I overheard several club members talk about changing a rear gear or transmission. Then later these same guys would getting someone to do the work for them as they were not able to do it. Pure high class bull from many of them and tropy hounds the rest. Less 2 or 3 real car guys.

I am from the old school and joined my first car club in 1963. We never had 1963 cars at any of our events or shows. No not because no one could afford it but because it just was unheard of. Most of the guys in 1963 that owned a new car wasn't the busted knuckle, grease under the finger nails type, they were the rich high class type. Exactly what still exists today in the club and the MOM event. How about getting the word out and start a club for the true auto people. There are a lot of people that attend MOM but accept it like a double dose of Castor Oil. Myself included.
Gearhead

Macon, GA

#205 Mar 15, 2013
If you are not happy with whats going on in your club or your local event check us out. East Kentucky Gearheads. We welcome all but cherish those with classic rides.

A lot of the Gearheads attend your monthly event and have a great time. Clearly we have a much different atmosphere during our events. Check us out the third Saturday of the month and I think you will like the feel of our event. Lots of classic, muscle and rats. We have movie nights and do some things not found at Muscle On Main.

In addition we will be having a meet and greet tomorrow. Check us out we would enjoy having some new faces in our crowd.
Retro Man

Lebanon, KY

#206 Mar 15, 2013
Gearhead wrote:
If you are not happy with whats going on in your club or your local event check us out. East Kentucky Gearheads. We welcome all but cherish those with classic rides.
A lot of the Gearheads attend your monthly event and have a great time. Clearly we have a much different atmosphere during our events. Check us out the third Saturday of the month and I think you will like the feel of our event. Lots of classic, muscle and rats. We have movie nights and do some things not found at Muscle On Main.
In addition we will be having a meet and greet tomorrow. Check us out we would enjoy having some new faces in our crowd.
Can we join if we have a Viper or newer model corvette, a new retro car such as a newer model Mustang, Camaro, or Challenger? You are trying to say that is all the Good Ole Boys own and putting them down for it so why would you want those cars in your club? "Movie Nights" boring! If you don't have $6 trophies why would we want to join? Must be pretty damn desperate to trash a club and then try to recruit members from the same club. We would not want to join a club you are in, thought you would never leave ours!
Laughing

Macon, GA

#207 Mar 15, 2013
You forgot to mention a SSR or a Lamborgini.

As to your boring comment many months there is a full lot of people watching the "boring" movie.

Our club welcomes all. But rest assured my invitation was for those commenting about their unhappiness with the GOB's and MOM. I'm not stating nothing here but the facts. Fact that the makeup of the club and MOM is directed towards new store bought showroom vehicles. And that benefits our event tremendously as there are a huge number of Pike County people making their way to Paintsville. You are so dense that you fail to understand exactly what is being expressed by those posting here. You guys focus on the new stuff cause thats what you are. New stuff blow hards. And the car people see that clearly. Yes you get some walk up people but the real car lovers are not the bulk of your crowd. And for that we are extremely gratful. By and through your club and event being so bland our numbers have increased tremendously. Thank you we plan on geeting your club a trophy for the lamest window sticker bunch.

So blind you fakes are and can't realize why everyone isn't showing up in a corvette. You guys can't see beyond the end of your nose.
Full Time Car Guy

Macon, GA

#208 Mar 15, 2013
"Time to get those battery tenders of guys".........

Now if that isn't the most telling statement about you guys.

Us 12 month car guys used whats called an alternator to keep our battery charged. Drive them and you have no need for a battery tender. Does the warrenty prohibit driving from September to May????

Why don't you guys have your event at Walters Chevrolet/Ford? Oh I see no one could distingush your rides from the Walters rides.
Retro Man

Lebanon, KY

#209 Mar 15, 2013
"Your club welcomes all" good one! Kinda of a contradiction though, trashing the new rides and wanting them in your club, kinda ovbious what is goin on here...could not control one club so you think you can peel off half their members!..lol

Doubt you will get many recruits out of the G.O.B. Club. You can just watch American Graffiti so many times, especially on a small screen. We may put in a drive in after we get the Red Light Drag Strip in, and FM stereo Station that broadcast the movie sound to the cars with a big screen in the River Fill. Bet that would sound good on my new vette's 500 watt 11 speaker surround sound system....lol
Full Time Car Guy

Macon, GA

#210 Mar 15, 2013
Full Time Car Guy wrote:
"Time to get those battery tenders of guys".........
Now if that isn't the most telling statement about you guys.
Us 12 month car guys used whats called an alternator to keep our battery charged. Drive them and you have no need for a battery tender. Does the warrenty prohibit driving from September to May????
Why don't you guys have your event at Walters Chevrolet/Ford? Oh I see no one could distingush your rides from the Walters rides.
Since you ignored these facts I thought it warrented re-posting.
Full Time Car Guy

Macon, GA

#211 Mar 15, 2013
Retro Man wrote:
"Your club welcomes all" good one! Kinda of a contradiction though, trashing the new rides and wanting them in your club, kinda ovbious what is goin on here...could not control one club so you think you can peel off half their members!..lol
Doubt you will get many recruits out of the G.O.B. Club. You can just watch American Graffiti so many times, especially on a small screen. We may put in a drive in after we get the Red Light Drag Strip in, and FM stereo Station that broadcast the movie sound to the cars with a big screen in the River Fill. Bet that would sound good on my new vette's 500 watt 11 speaker surround sound system....lol
You jokers need to handout trophys at your meetings. Then you might get more than a dozen or so to show up. Even your own members know you are so lame that they stay home watching their battery tenders.

Not trying to steal any of your current members. They wouldn't last two months with our club. We are active in our passion. We do, you folks talk. And thus your low attendance at your meetings.

But for those that are tired of the lame high nosers at the control of the GOB's window sticker club feel free to come and visit us. The room will be full but we will make room for you.
Snow Plow

Lebanon, KY

#212 Mar 15, 2013
who="Full Time Car Guy"]"Time to get those battery tenders of guys".........
Now if that isn't the most telling statement about you guys.
Us 12 month car guys used whats called an alternator to keep our battery charged. Drive them and you have no need for a battery tender. Does the warrenty prohibit driving from September to May????
Why don't you guys have your event at Walters Chevrolet/Ford? Oh I see no one could distingush your rides from the Walters rides.
Got to have them float chargers, the preset stations, atomic clock, bluetooth and GPS on the new cars create a lot of current draw...lol.. We may never leave Pike County but if we ever do we might need that GPS...lol..this cracks me up, we all know about all these self wrenchers and who works on their cars "and who actually works on them" and yes every body drives classic cars in the mud and snow and with salt all over the road. How much do you all charge to let us drive our cars on ice and snow and on salt roads..yea sign me up for that! What a crock!
John

Hazard, KY

#213 Mar 15, 2013
There was no mud, snow, sleet, rain or salt on the road today.

Did you have your ride out? Your classic. Not your everyday driver. Well with you guys they could be the same in one.

I did.
Wrong for kids

Dana, KY

#214 Mar 15, 2013
Could be a great family night. Some great people supporting that event. I took my kids one time, and heard stuff said over the loudspeakers my kids should never hear, so I guess we won't go back..

I know some love it, but not us.
Gettin Deep on Here

Lebanon, KY

#215 Mar 15, 2013
John wrote:
There was no mud, snow, sleet, rain or salt on the road today.
Did you have your ride out? Your classic. Not your everyday driver. Well with you guys they could be the same in one.
I did.
No I don't take mine out until one or two hard rains after the last snow, the salt powder/residue ruins aluminum wheels, dark spots and pits. Worse on chrome rims for breaking the chrome down causing flaking and leaks around valve stems...Don't like to get the salt up under the bottom of the car either...so I wait for mother nature to wash the salt residue off the road.

Most people don't spend extra for a rust free/dry southwestern car and run it on road salt. No it is not my everyday car and a 50 year old car is typically not an everyday car. Of all the cars I know that are 50/60 years old none are everyday cars. There is nothing special about a 50 year old rust bucket or bondo heap so most people with any common sense keep their classic or muscle cars out of the salt during the winter months. I mean 99% of the classic car owners, so if you are not worried about gettin the bondo softened on your everyday ride go for it but don't come on here and go on about people driving their classic cars all year round...Nobody, Nobody believes that crap,or cares and damn sure will not be fool enough to take a classic car out on salt roads.
Milner

Liberty, KY

#216 Mar 15, 2013
Wrong for kids wrote:
Could be a great family night. Some great people supporting that event. I took my kids one time, and heard stuff said over the loudspeakers my kids should never hear, so I guess we won't go back..
I know some love it, but not us.
What was being said? Hadn't heard about such!
John

Macon, GA

#217 Mar 16, 2013
Wrong for kids wrote:
Could be a great family night. Some great people supporting that event. I took my kids one time, and heard stuff said over the loudspeakers my kids should never hear, so I guess we won't go back..
I know some love it, but not us.
This coming from the bunch that posted right here on tis thread that kids are not what MOM is all about. Something about no time to babysit kids at a car event.

Whats wrong are you afraid a kid will knock over your collection of 9 dollar trophies surrounding your corvette?

You guys are so lauaghable. You choose not to grow MOM for fear that your window stticker rides won't get noticed. If GoodGuys allowed your rides (actually they do on Sundays) no one would even know they were there. So you guys stay in your little world hoping no one comes in with traditional, classic, street rod, rat, muscle or restored rides. Why don't you change the clubs name to Good Ole Boys Demonstrater Ride Club? Then possibly alters will provide you some rides for free. Then you can drive them before mother nature has a chance to wash the salt off the road. That was another zinger. There is not enough salt on the road to salt an order of french fries and your excuse for not driving yeterday was there might be a little salt. One moment you can't get out because it looks like it might rain and now you can't get out till it rains.

Pathetic fake is what you are. But then most all of the dedicated car guys/gals have known that for a long time. Always full of excuses. Well you keep making excuses and we will be out enjoying the road and the places it takes us.
Wrong for kids

Dana, KY

#218 Mar 16, 2013
Milner wrote:
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What was being said? Hadn't heard about such!
The car display on the street is fine. I am talking about the burn-outs afterdark stuff. I can't remember exactly what was said over the loudspeaker, but I just wanted to cover my kids ears.

Nothing about the organization, maybe the action announcer?? Not Jeff Coleman, he seems like a fine Christian man.

We were there the night they had that kid who was dying from cancer. He passed away now, and it was great that MOM used their resources to help out with that matter.

I am not part of any special group, I just mentioned this hoping some level of family values are preserved.
John

Macon, GA

#219 Mar 16, 2013
Wrong for kids wrote:
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The car display on the street is fine. I am talking about the burn-outs afterdark stuff. I can't remember exactly what was said over the loudspeaker, but I just wanted to cover my kids ears.
Nothing about the organization, maybe the action announcer?? Not Jeff Coleman, he seems like a fine Christian man.
We were there the night they had that kid who was dying from cancer. He passed away now, and it was great that MOM used their resources to help out with that matter.
I am not part of any special group, I just mentioned this hoping some level of family values are preserved.
I agree with you totally. My point is and was that some posting here feel that MOM is not a place for kids.

Someone posted here a while back about having something for the kids. As anyone knows the kids are our future rodders. In addition the parents often go where the kids want to. Valve cover races, coloring contest etc. But that suggestion was replied to that we don't babysit and this isn't a place for kids.

I am sorry about the language. If your kids like car events might I suggest you check out the Paintsville event on the third Saturday each month. It has a much more family atmosphere and you will see so great classic cars.
Truth is

Richmond, KY

#220 Mar 16, 2013
MOM is a family oriented event. Paintsville is a family oriented event. Ashamed at people on here trying to clash Pikeville and Paintsville events. The car club supports the Gearheads and the Gearheads support MOM. If you don't believe it, go to the Gearheads website and see. All that's on here is a disgruntled former member doing what he does best, stir up trouble. Truth is he is probably the same one making posts like he is from Paintsville. This garbage is why events in our region suffer! Instead of supporting each other and each one trying to be different, we have idiots on here trying to stir up trouble. Go somewhere else and stir up trouble. Better yet, get a life that involves you being happy.
John

Macon, GA

#221 Mar 16, 2013
Truth is wrote:
MOM is a family oriented event. Paintsville is a family oriented event. Ashamed at people on here trying to clash Pikeville and Paintsville events. The car club supports the Gearheads and the Gearheads support MOM. If you don't believe it, go to the Gearheads website and see. All that's on here is a disgruntled former member doing what he does best, stir up trouble. Truth is he is probably the same one making posts like he is from Paintsville. This garbage is why events in our region suffer! Instead of supporting each other and each one trying to be different, we have idiots on here trying to stir up trouble. Go somewhere else and stir up trouble. Better yet, get a life that involves you being happy.
Noboby trying to pit one against another. Furthermore I am, nor have I stated, not a Gearhead.

I just as a visitor to both events am giving my take on both. But in your evident ignorance you have once again showed your lack of common sense. You rant and rave about rain. You rant and rave about salt. You rant and rave about gearing. You rant and rave about MPG. You rant and rave about clouds a hundred miles away. Why don't you quit making excuses and get out of the house and see whos actually out enjoying their rides.

Your evident lack of appreciation is exactly what has you riding into Pikeville on the second Saturday in that 2012 ..........something. Not a credit to the passion that many of us respect but just another customer of the Walters Group.

Not trying to force anyone to be like us as you say. Just wanting to expose a bunch of fakes that talk the talk.
Eddie

Macon, GA

#222 Mar 16, 2013
John I agree with you. Pikeville Muscle could be something great but in the hands of the Good Boys it is no more that a new car lot on main street. I can attest that one, maybe two, have a clue about a cruise in and what attracts the folks outside a 12 mile radius.
I Cruze

Pikeville, KY

#223 Mar 16, 2013
Glad someone is finally telling the high nosers how much their deal stinks. Not a single one will listen to anything a participant has to say. And they do the same with the food vendors. No wonder you can't get a hotdog during an event. The high nosers protecting their friends that don't show up to sell hotdogs. All the while a food truck is on the streets but I am not allowed to sell hotdogs. Who loses in this deal? yes the people on the street.

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