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Judging Class Structure

Judging Class Structure

For judging, Oldsmobiles have been organized into classes to facilitate judging.  Those classes are organized into three groups - Junior, Senior, and Senior Preservation.  

Cars in the Junior Class  that have been awarded "Best of Class" with scores of 975 or more or have exceeded 990 points in the Junior Class are moved into the Senior Class.

Cars that have earned "Best of Class" in the Senior Class are moved into Senior Preservation Class.  

Senior Preservation Cars are recognized each year they score 900 points or more.

Withing those three basic groups, the cars in the stock classes are organized in model year and model groups that include similar vehicles.  Additional classes have been established for Oldsmobiles that are modified, street stock, and racing vehicles.

The judging class structure is used to organize the Oldsmobiles on the showfield and helps ensure that each judging team is comparing comparable vehicles.