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  1. I will be there.<BR>later-jac
  2. What, and wear it out?? No way.<BR>later-jac
  3. Hey man, I washed mine yesterday. I'm ready.<BR>later-jac
  4. I will be there Thursday in the early afternoon. I am looking forward to seeing Buddy again.<BR>later-jac
  5. Ron,<BR> The snail picked up the article today so it it on the way.<BR> Yes, it can be fun, but also frustrating, tiring, and the monthly deadline seems to come around twice a month. However, it is well worth it though when someone come up to you and says "that was a great issue that you just published".<BR>later-jac
  6. Ron,<BR> The snail picked up the article today so it it on the way.<BR> Yes, it can be fun, but also frustrating, tiring, and the monthly deadline seems to come around twice a month. However, it is well worth it though when someone come up to you and says "that was a great issue that you just published".<BR>later-jac
  7. James, I purchased shoulder straps for my '46 Ford from <A HREF="http://www.andoauto.com." TARGET=_blank>www.andoauto.com.</A> They have seatbelts/shoulder straps for many antique cars.<BR>later-jac
  8. Ron,<BR> AAh, the old Moire pattern, well there is good news and bad news. Tod is correct, most scanners purchased in the last year or so have a "descreening" function. The good news is that you have Photoshop which has some way of dealing with the problem. The bad news is it is not step by step process. Some times one way works and next time you have to get a bigger hammer. I will list a couple of things you can try and if you are going to Hickery Corners MI I will give you a write-up on solving the problem. 1. When you scan use a much higher resolution than you need, then in photoshop reduce the resolution to your requirements. 2. Another way that works sometimes is to use the Despeckle filter in Photoshop or the dust and scratches filter. 3. Some time the gaussian Blur works when all else has failed.Just go easy with the Blur for you can loose some of the details.<BR> If you are not going to MI I will snail mail you a copy ot the article on Moire patterns.<BR>later-jac
  9. HVS, I had to chuckle when you mentioned rocking the car to free up the starter. When I went to college I had a '46 Mercury that in my freshman year I had to rock ocasionally because the starter would lock up. By the time I was junior most of the time I would walk up to the car , rock it once or twice, get in and start it. It just became a part of the standard proceedure of starting the car. Why did I not fix it? danaro,dinero,dinheiro,dengi...etc.<BR>later-jac
  10. Sounds good to me. I am looking forward to the tour since this is my first.<BR>later-jac
  11. jac

    Bias tires

    Alan,<BR>I have signed up for the Founders Tour, however I am not bringing the Vette. I will be one of those back seat drivers. I will be on the look out for "Big Red" and "Puff" and during one of the refreshment hours I would like to hear the rest of the story. <BR>later-jac
  12. jac

    Bias tires

    Hey Alan, the next time you and Shore drag give me a call. I have a '62 Vette with bias tires.<BR>later-jac
  13. Rick,<BR>I will be there.<BR>later-jac
  14. I will be there.<BR>later-jac
  15. jac

    Judging Question

    hvs~~~Maybe we need Rick H. to go with us when we judge. He could lift one side of the car and we would not have to lean down so far.<BR>Not even one one knee!<BR>later-jac