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  1. A quicker way is to highlight the words that you want to make clickable. Then do CTRL + K. This will open the dialog box where you enter the address. Hope that helps. Judy Edwards
  2. Thanks Wayne for the photos and updates. Who won the Eady this year? Judy
  3. I got a Gmail account for the club (this is the only one that appears on the web site). I have any emails forwarded to my personal email account. I then forward the email to the correct person. This isn't ideal but in 15 years I have never had a problem.
  4. I am still here. I will check the condition of the manual and see if it is one that can be easily copied. I will get in touch with you. Judy
  5. Steve, Once again. I used the wrong term. He got it from a Sears catalog store. The original owner was a blacksmith. He put Model T wheels on it to demonstrate Diamond Tires, which he sold. He sold the car to a man who owned a Sears catalog store. He put the car in the showroom. My husband bought the car from him. I understand about the list. I am not in a hurry but would like to see the serial numbers and years. I don't necessarily need to see any personal information. You just have me questioning the year and this seems a good way to try and figure it out. Thanks.
  6. Steve, I always say the wrong number. 3296 is probably correct. I will have Barker check next trip down to the garage. Will get back to you on this. Now to the year question - we are 3rd owners of the car and it has always resided in NC. When my husband bought the car (from a Sears dealer in Laurinburg, NC), he told us that the car was a 1911. This was year that the original owner had told him. If it is possible, I would like to see the list of years and serial numbers that you have collected. I am beginning to wonder if it isn't a 1909, which would make it a 100 years old this year.
  7. Ours is number 3295 and was built in 1911. So yours was built way before then - my guess is early 1910?
  8. I believe Sears was built by Sears in Chicago.
  9. The following is an article written by Riley Reiner about our Sears car. It tells a little of the history of the car. Thought you might be interested. BTW - Riley calls our car the "Lady Kenmore." *********************** <span style="font-weight: bold">MAIL ORDER CAR</span> By Riley Reiner All of us have wished through the pages of a Sears Roebuck Catalog for the numerous trinkets that make life comfortable. The big Fall Catalog of 1909 listed the Sears Motor Buggy for the first time. The ad was carried for three succeeding falls before it disappeared. The Triangle Chapter is fort
  10. Steve, I checked the number and we are 3295 not 3296. Sorry about that. Judy
  11. Steve, I believe the real number of cars built is closer to 3,500 cars. I say this because my husband and I own number 3296 - a 1911 Sears Model H. The picture below is of Sears at exhibit in front of the NC Museum of History in Raleigh. If you don't mind, would you check your Dad's registry and see if we are listed - Barker and Judy Edwards. Thanks.
  12. After a considerable delay, the Summer 2008 Rummage Box is available in the html format. Summer 2008 Rummage Box Sorry for the delay. Judy
  13. After re-reading the information, I am now confused. Is this badge only being offered on this year's Glidden Tour or is it something that will offered each year from now on? Thanks in advance. Judy
  14. Jeff, The Brass-Nickel Touring Region has 3 more tours this year. These are, however, just one-day tours. They are - <span style="font-weight: bold">August 9</span> - we will based in Roanoke Virginia and traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway, visiting the D-day memorial in Bedford VA, and stopping off at the Virginia Transportation Museum. <span style="font-weight: bold">September 13</span>- we will be touring in Wilmington NC touring the movie and TV sets there and going to the Aquarium at Ft Fisher. <span style="font-weight: bold">November 1</span>- we will be
  15. Can't believe I got my yesterday. Who Hoo! Just haven't had time to open it yet. Will do at lunch and see what I can see!
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