Yes, I had the decals done and still a good many of them left. Although
there are no large ones. That said, I can have another run done in fairly
P.S. Attached is a TIF image of the Decal
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Arnold" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: <email@example.com>; <GRMTim@aol.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [FOT] Story on FOT in Classic Motorsports
> Along the lines of history, I hav e lost the excellent post made sometime
> the last year which describes the meaning of the FOT logo. If anyone
> it, or if the original poster still has it, I would be grateful for a new
> posting of it. I hope to get a few large vinal copies of it to put on the
> race trailer. Joe Curry, was it you who arranged to get the decals made
> last year? Is a soft copy of the image available?
> On 7/3/06, N197TR4@cs.com <N197TR4@cs.com> wrote:
> > Yup, John Lye,
> > I am pleased that we still have the story straight after all of these
> > years.
> > Says something about the nature of the animal.
> > So much good has come out of all of this.
> > Might have even saved a life and a limb.
> > Mostly, the friendships have been cherished.
> > Joe Alexander
> > > Close - I was crewing for Chip Bond at the Runoffs (as I recall, it
> > the
> > > year that we were paddocked next to Hardy Prentice). Joe Alexander
> > > came down to Mid-Ohio to spectate, and gravitated over to our paddock
> > > space. After dinner one evening, Joe began musing about how cool it
> > > would be to find a way to link all the guys who were still racing
> > Triumphs
> > > (SCCA, vintage, autocross, whatever) together to chat, share
> > information,
> > > etc. etc. Since Mark Bradakis had been running the Team.Net website
> > > and e-mail lists for a while, and since he was a good friend, I told
> > > that I was pretty sure that I knew someone who could make it all
> > > Once I got back to my computer, I contacted Mark and he did make it
> > > all happen. So, it was Joe's idea, and Mark's work that started it
> > > (and I was just the middleman). It has grown a bit since then, of
> > course.
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