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PostSubject: Tailed threads   Wed Apr 17, 2013 2:16 am

Hi gents welcome

Apologies for all the emails the regualrs have just received.

Ive just commented on a lot of regular threads to try and wake them up.

The symposium has become a bit dormant and we just seem to be going in the direction
of a monthly magazine only…

Look forward to some updates Help with images :photoman: plus dont forget to email in any juicy snippets Instructions
for the E-magazine….

Keep well guys Cheers and happy fettling spanner sparkplug polishing


Clive
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1970 4.2 420G -13th from last RHD -Ronnie
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PostSubject: Re: Tailed threads   Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:45 am

Hi Clive...sorry to use this way to alert you, for whatever reason the PM wont leave my outbox, but I did not get the recent Mag in my email,
dont know why, sometimes i do, sometimes not...if you get a chance, would u mind emailing that one to me?

in return, I promise some more updates Smile ...with pics Smile

have been doing work worthy of a write-up.

As you know, I try and find the time to post up things I do, especially if I think it may be of assistance to someone in the future.
On the other token, one does not wish to post excessively boring or rambling rubbish.

I also prefer to post a technical subject under its own heading, as this makes them more accessible for future searchers,
then link them to my project thread (keeps it getting too unwieldy)

These cars have many idiosyncrasies, accurate technical and job descriptions are hard to find
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PostSubject: Re: Tailed threads   Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:47 pm

Hi Tony,

Look forward to the update

Ping me an e-mail with the number mag/s you need and I will reply Smile

You are right about technical details being hard to find hence the reason I started the symposium initially….

Glad to see the symposum is stirring….

Part of a mail I recieved yesterday:

"Hello Admin Clive? Got your e-mail about dormant threads, Giants must be awakened slowly, not to cause angst or discomfort."


good idea car


Clive
1970 4.2 420G -17th from last RHD -Reggie
1970 4.2 420G -13th from last RHD -Ronnie
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