As a web-grunt (Pam Manghelli is the scta-bni.org webmaster, so she would
be the final authority on what can and cannot/ or will and will not be done
on the web site) I think it could be done - would it really be useful to
site visitors? Would they be interested?
> [Original Message]
> From: Ed Van Scoy <email@example.com>
> To: Land Speed List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 10/9/00 7:15:24 PM
> Subject: Re: Car #s
> Which leads me to a question I have had for some time.........How come
> doesn't maintain a master list of all car #s & owners? I know they
> through the year, but what Chuck has available Dec. 31 of each year would
> as accurate as needed. Wouldn't think it would be a privacy issue -
hell, buy a
> SpeedWeek program & you have half of them. Seems like this would be a
> of the SCTA/BNI website, and would make it easy to archive. Any
> thoughts/opinions/flames on this issue?
> Glen Barrett wrote:
> > A vehicle number or past owner name would help me research the roadster
> > Glen
> > The Backus's wrote:
> > > I can't think of a better bunch of folks to ask for help on this
> > > recently purchased a '32 Ford roadster that came from California. The
> > > owner claims that it has some Bonneville history and was run on the
> > > 1968. Does anyone know where I can find any info about what cars ran
> > > Maybe I can narrow it down to just one. Sorry I don't have any more
> > > did have a roll bar thru the panel just behind the seat back-the
> > > welded up but you can still feel them.
> > >
> > > Thanks for any help you can give me,
> > > John in Cincy Backus
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