|Originally posted by Maddog1959:
Never hear them called "Race Room" but have heard them called "Race(ing) Stock". It means they have been skied HARD and have little life left, kinda like “quaint bungalow” means small, dark, cramped house to a Realtor.
Wow. Race Room skis do exist, although many manufacturers will not admit to their existence (like the Rossi XXXX.
Clearly, you do not appreciate the historical significance of the bungalow. Bungalows have a huge life span. Many bungalows built in the early part of last century are still standing, functioning, and provide a very important role in the nations housing supply. These homes often have very intricate details that were hand made and created by very skilled workers, the kind of work that just cannot be duplicated today. The craftsmen style home and the bungalow are forever linked as a truely american style of architecture, one of the few that exist.