I did something I never do.. I went through the Instructions letter by
letter today to include all the software.. I made it do everything they
showed me in the Manual..
I spent a couple of years trying to decide if a Camera of this quality was
necessary.. but it turns out to be the Real deal Vs a Kinda Digital...
takes super quality pic's and then you can format them and do what ever...
I talked to Joe Timnony tonight about the suspension woes... and he is with
me.. I need a Ladder Bar set up in the long run.... oh well.. Guess I am
just going to have to do that.... before Bville....
talk at you later..
Austin Healey 100 / Bugeye / Box Sprite / Bonneville Land Speed Racer
Camaro ( D Gas Altered )
> From: Chuck Rothfuss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Keith Turk <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Photos for BRN and websites
> Date: Tuesday, February 16, 1999 7:18 PM
> I had an opportunuty to play with one of those digital cameras last
> summer, and the potential for getting instand on-line pictures is
> Access to the full color pictures on the list, if you wanted to make them
> accessable would certainly interest me. I'm sure Mark may tell us that
> download time is too long and ask us to post the stuff on a website, but
> least we can get the pictures out to people. I'm sure Dave Mann could
> us somemore space in his Roadsters website.
> The instant images available from digital cameras can be great fun. We
> started sending them to a friends kids who were away in college. We sent
> pictures of their cars (an MGB and Corvair), us repairing and washing
> cars, all of us driving their cars, and finally, their cars parked by the
> curb with FOR SALE signs on them.
> In other LSR news, I got one step closer to having all the pieces to
> the new peripherial port engine today. I decided that I may never find
> extra eccentric shaft that I had put away, (It must be somewhere really
> safe!) so I ordered a new one. When I called Racing Beat to ask about
> pricing, and mentioned that I was a land speed racer the guy immediately
> asked if I was going after any of THEIR records. Not with my budget!! I
> have managed some factory backing from Mazda, so that helps. Helping a
> friend assemble his 13B autocross engine today I also came across a few
> new pieces in his spares box, so I'm getting closer. Still lots of
> work to send out. Are there any other rotary engine builders/racers out
> there on the list, or am I the only guy building these little monsters?
> Chuck Rothfuss
> USS Wankel, '71 Datsun RX510
> At 02:16 PM 2/16/99 -0600, Keith Turk wrote:
> >Hey John.. I just got a new Digital Camera for the business .... You
> >we could put the photos together for Wendy with it?
> >Might make an interesting way to transfer info to Bonneville Racing news
> >along with this medium we could substantially decrease the time of the
> >The beauty of Print media is that time isn't of the essence... but it
> >be a Help... and we can evaluate the photos on site like you would a
> >Just a thought..
> >Keith Turk BN2, AN5, AN9, Bonneville Camero LSR