I do need to —-openly appogize —-to Jason Edge for being the problem —-I can sometimes be 

we worked out our issues and all I can say is we are extremely fortunate to have him as Web Master of this great sight 

he is a guy that the more you get to know him the more interesting he gets 


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No need to apologize. We are all just crazy-passionate about these great cars … so let's just enjoy the comradery and jump on in and enjoy the ride!!!

Hi Tony,

I like that you are here on this website and contributing with your knowledge.

Sometimes though its easy to get excited and start a "reply spam war", and that includes me very much. I try to write what I know (or think I know and gets corrected by you, Jason, Clovis, Kevin, Russ and all other great people on this site) and post my pictures in one discussion or reply. Replying to discussions all over is just confusing and its very hard to keep track of what the reply is for. I also have an issue with shortening down text. Not all of us knows all internet acronyms, especially us foreigners. For me LoL is about it. Okay I do know some others but I prefer writing out the full text so there won't be any misunderstanding. I do wish there would be a function to get graphical emoticons into the text and not the ;-) we have right now. But I guess that could easily be misused as well.

Finally, most of us are adults. And yes we have a way talking to friends over a beer. Same language written for an eternity in internet would not favor us as persons. Please don't get me wrong. I like what's written and laugh of lot.




I thank you for the detail knowledge you add to this site
Your computer skills are right up there above my abilities
Your very detail posts that are on the money from the shop manuals are very impressive to me
True we surly have some language issues interacting with the different countries and languages associated with them
I cannot tell you how amazing i think it is for anyone who owns one of these cars outside the USA as the additional expenses involved in doing that puts you guys in a different financial bracket due to the costs invoved in owning and operating these machines in those places
The fuel costs alone are in a different ball park than we experience in the USA
Keep at doing the fine job you do here

Enjoy ( or your doing something wrong !)



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