Hello welcome to Waynes World, Carl E.
From: Ajhsys@aol.com <Ajhsys@aol.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>;
Date: Friday, April 09, 1999 4:21 PM
Subject: Re: another new subscriber
>In a message dated 4/9/99 3:41:41 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
><< Hey group-
> Just thought I would add more to the discussion by introducing
> name is Todd Milliken. Joined the group seeking knowledge and guidance on
> restoring my first car, a 1966 Sprite that I have owned since I was 17.
> (I'm 31 now) >>
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>Welcome to the list, Todd! (Here we go again!) Please re-read everything
>all just posted to poor Travis. Glad this is a slow day on the list.
>Once again, my standard, new-lister advise is to religiously read British
>magazine, get the catalogs from Moss Motors and Victoria British, and I
>add, join a British car club. Even if there aren't any locally, you can
>into a national club and get a useful newsletter. Read everything on this
>list and take anything Peter C says as Gospel. You should also have some
>good shop manuals on your car for the resto.
>All seriousness aside, read the posts and make your decisions, or take your
>best shot. YMMV! You Texans do things your own way anyway!
>If your car has been sitting for a number of years, be aware that you will
>have to replace just about everything that is made of rubber in the car.
>especially careful of the brake parts. Your air-holding tires are probably
>flat-spotted, but they aren't too expensive.
>Good luck with the resto. Let us know how the move goes, and keep us
>with your progress and questions. How are you planning on moving it? Do
>have a trailer or are you renting something?
>'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport