Unless I have been misinformed, there are several people who were involved with then, and are currently involved with, these cars throughout the DVD. With your stellar attitude about the entire project, I am frankly surprised you weren't asked to be a part of it.Meh... I think a lot of important history was left out of this film. Im sure it was a great effort but unless whoever made this really beat the ground to find any of the people who truly innovated for these cars (And almost all of them are gone) its just going to be a fluff piece with a bunch of cars in it. Props to them for making it but Ill be passing. I have my own 25 year version in my head.. Im sure theirs is quite different. Difference is, I was actually there.
You kind of made my point. No one thats involved with these cars still was around when it all started, at least not from an aspect that contributed to the popularity of the cars. There are a few of us but I suspect by seeing the trailer who they used for their sources and thats going to paint a very skewed picture of how things really were and a lot of people who were incredibly important in the early days of these cars Im sure were left out simply because most people dont know the history or for other reasons which Im just going to leave alone.Unless I have been misinformed, there are several people who were involved with then, and are currently involved with, these cars throughout the DVD. With your stellar attitude about the entire project, I am frankly surprised you weren't asked to be a part of it.
Kind of what I would have expected. Im sure its a great piece but its missing a lot of important history. People would be floored if they knew some of the stuff that has gone on with these cars over the years but I guess if you just want to make a story about the car itself, its probably a great piece. Theres just so much more to the story.......There's already a review out:
The filmmaker appears to have made a very good attempt at talking to the principles that were still around.
Nothing says it better Jay!........... The subculture is what made this car what it was.