Mo-Kan Volkswagen Club is a non-profit organization, whose
purpose is to bring together a community of like-minded people who are
enthusiastic about Volkswagens.
Presented by Mo-Kan Volkswagen Club. We would like to thank
everyone who helped to make this show possible.
VolksWeston 2012 was held at downtown historic Weston, MO.
Show Results are here!
ACCOMODATIONS & FREE CAMPING
Show camping was near town on Friday May 18 and Saturday
May 19. Thanks to the kindness of a local VW friendly resident,
camping was free. (donations were accepted)
Portable bathrooms were provided by Mo-Kan VW Club.
||Begin packing up camping area
||The 2012 Show is over ... so sad
PLEASE pick up your trash and leave the town and camping
area neat and tidy.
We don't want to wear out our welcome!
All vehicles will be judged by the following criteria:
||Glass/Moldings/Rubber (except tires)
||Judges overal opinion of the car
Each item listed above will be scored on a scale of 1 - 5.
Any area that cannot be seen or is not accessible (i.e. trunk or hood
closed or windows rolled up) will receive a score of 0.
In addition to the mandatory 1 - 5 scoring, the judges may
award up to 3 optional points for each criteria. This was devised
specifically for the H2O classes to level the playing field between
"garage queen show-only" or "fresh off the showroom floor stock"
vehicles and daily-driven modified vehicles. The air-cooled
classes also adopted this same scoring method for their
help simplify the organization of the judging.
All judging is done on a volunteer basis ( We Need Judges! Contact Bob Rice
at 816-588-1040 to help with judging!), and someone will
announce over the PA system when they're ready for judges to congregate
at the main building to pick up scoring sheets. We encourage show
entrants and spectators to participate in the judging. Judging for each
class is done with two people, and those two judges will confer with
each other and agree upon the point value to award each car for each
criteria. Those who have never judged before are paired up with someone
who has experience. You can judge any class your car is not entered in.
These guidelines were devised for the highest level of fairness.