I posted it on here viewtopic.php?f=80&t=5431&hilit=discoveryThe company I am working for NERD TV - http://www.nerdsite.co.uk are casting for a new car series for one of the major US broadcasters and I was hoping you might circulate this email to anybody you think might be interested or might know somebody that would. (the more people I get this out to the better!)
Essentially we are looking for people who have an ‘out of control’ car collection, ideally 20+ vehicles that are in various states of repair. We have two experts (one being a very famous west coast customizer) that would visit the collection and value certain cars as they are currently and also what it would take to restore them. They then negotiate how best to restore a certain car for the owner....using other parts and cars from their collection. The collection will fund some of the work but there will be a full team working to restore and customise in a 24 hour garage. The whole process would take a number of weeks with incredible results.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in or somebody you know might be please pass on my email. The next phase would be that we send out a questionnaire for them to fill out.
Feel free to ask any questions you might have. The email address to direct people to is firstname.lastname@example.org or they can reply directly to email@example.com
We are based in London but the series is for the US. I am due out there in the next couple of weeks so he's looking to meet people that might be suitable in the coming weeks.
There might be somebody that you guys know involved at your club who might be keen or they might know just the person. All is kept in the strictest confidence.
We have a man on the ground in San Diego currently if there was somebody that fit the bill we could arrange a meeting. At this stage I am contacting as many clubs as possible so sorry if it comes across as a mass mail but if you reply to me I will send a personal reply.
My friend Kregg came to mind immediately, he had 25 Corvairs and none of them were really drivable. I told him about the show and he was interested, he said let's make the Corvair famous! I wrote to them and the show wrote me back quickly and said they were interested and wanted Kregg to fill out their questionnaire and to send in pictures of the collection. Here are the pictures I sent in.