How about a teens edition of Junkyard Wars?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Junkyard Wars : One Thread
I am a 15 year old from America, I saw my first show a couple months ago and I got hooked. I wanted to know if the show could or would come out with a couple of teen editions of junkyard wars, because if they do I have a team, and we all have been working with wood, metal, and electronics since we were about 10 and we are all experienced.
-- Chris Schrage (BigBoy_16_99@yahoo.com), December 28, 2000
I am afraid that we can only accept applications from teams where each member is 18 or over. Hopefully we will do a teenager's version of Junkyard one day, but we haven't got any immediate plans.
Sorry for any disappointment this may cause. Thanks for you interest in the show.
-- Andy Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2000.
Well this isnt an answer but more as an ideal, a teen show would be sweet but how about a high school vs high school , you could gather the metalshop autoshop and other classes that can contribute to the team !!! man i wish their was something like that when i was in high school i would have got a better grade point avrage for sure!! just an idea Brian AIM SN ~Scooby I R 27~
-- Brian Clark (email@example.com), December 28, 2000.
You can try forming a team of just teens and applying for the show. I would have done it in high school.
-- Chris Cleaver (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2000.
If junkyard wars appeals to you, but you aren't eligible, maybe you would be interested in competing in Destination Imagination, www.destinationimagination.org/index.htm
It might be too late to register for this year, but consider it for next year.
-- Audrey Mantey (email@example.com), December 28, 2000.
hey, im sure i could round up a bunch of kids in my metal shop class. i have been snding e-mails to all the shows with cars and building custom creations and i keep getting the same answer of me not being eligible. Im from Spokane, Washington. -Lora Smith (lil-Rocker@comcast.net)
-- Lora Smith (lil-Rocker@comcast.net), April 04, 2004.