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[FOT] Re: Al Moss's Racing DVDs

To: Howie Wold <>
Subject: [FOT] Re: Al Moss's Racing DVDs
From: Bill Babcock <>
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 12:41:15 -1000
Very cool Howie--how do I go about buying a set. Longtime no speak,  
how have you been. One of the friends of triumph guys (Joe alexander)  
is looking for you and I didn't have your email on this computer--I'm  
in Maui for November.

I most definately am coming east with Peyote and Nero (the trailer's  
name). Here's the details on this blog I started. Not much there yet,  
but it will get better.

I've also got a blog about my house in maui you might find  
interesting. I really lucked out buying this house years ago, no way  
I could afford it now.

good to hear from you. see you soon.


On Nov 25, 2006, at 11:09 AM, Howie Wold wrote:

> Bill - I see where you and Cameron are still having a blast!  I  
> presume the Airstream is in use by now -hope it is working out  
> well!  Come East, Peyote!, Come East! Hope we'll see you in '07!
> My primary reason for getting in touch, however, is -
> I want to share w/ you a review (via the jpeg attachment) from the  
> Nov/Dec '06 issue of Vintage Motorsport.  Just finished viewing my  
> set (approx. 4 hrs). What Fun!  Footage of all the iconic sports  
> cars & drivers of the 50's & early 60's. From Phil Hill & his 2.9  
> Alpha ('49/'50) to Jim Hall & his Chapparal ('61/'62) and  
> everything in between! They're all there! If you don't enjoy these  
> DVDs then all that turkey gravy flushed the motor oil from your  
> blood stream!
> Cheers,
> Howie Wold
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