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  1. Rawja thanks for your comments. In the top right hand corner of the site is a generic "site search" form. That, I think could be your "fill in the blank" option. It appears on every page of the website. In fact, it is the most used search option on the site. ------------------- 60electra225/LINC400 you can filter results by source. Look for the "Sort" pulldown on the make/model search. It won't eliminate the source (like eBay) but it will make it easier to skip over their results you don't care to see. ------------------- DYaros... Thanks for your feedback. I'll look into adding these sites. If they have 'RSS' feeds I can 'consume' I'll add them to the site. Hope that helps...
  2. Shameless plug... try the site below in my signature... it searches many more sites as well. :eek::eek:
  3. That's a nice '68 ya got there. I have a '69 vert myself. Great car. Wouldn't sell it for anything.
  4. Quick update... I've added approx. 20 new and old models to the site. There's over 600 models now. For those of you who haven't been to the site, check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks!
  5. Hi Peter. Unfortunately, there is no way to have granular control like that. You definitely come up with some tough questions!
  6. 48k, I have added Kaiser and Nash to the "Miscellaneous" category. The results are not perfect (it is after all a pot-luck category), but it should work for you. They can be found here: Also, you can always do a site search for any vehicle (regardless of what multiple categories it may be in) by using the "Site Search" function in the upper right-hand corner of the site. Finally, I also added CL results for Lambos, Ferraris, Bentleys and Aston Martins. They can be found here: Hope that helps...
  7. Hello 48k. Willys can be found here:|366 As far as Kaiser and Frazer, preliminary searches don't return many results. That said, I'll look to create a 'pot-luck' category that contains results for the above mentioned and others like Nash, Tucker, etc.
  8. Here is a better link... still not free though. From the article... <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The DOJ claims that when the database launches tomorrow, approximately three-quarters of the nation's vehicle titles will be include, but unfortunately, the system won't be free. Online providers will act as the middlemen, but an announcement hasn't been made about which companies will handle the heavy lifting.</div></div> Feds introduce used vehicle database for dealers, consumers
  9. 53saratoga, DocsGal, Bruce C and sathyan... thanks for the kindwords. I'm glad you like the site and find it useful. As an aside, I've added about 20 or so new Craigslist cities in the search results. Hopefully, you all will continue to be able to find what you want, when you want...
  10. Sounds like it will be a great time. Rick, I especially like your line that reads... <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">* GREAT TASTIN' FOOD COOKED BY "GOD FEARIN' WOMEN"</div></div> Priceless...
  11. I'm a bit late to the party but... nice website!
  12. Quick update: I added another source to the site. Classifieds from Oodle dot com. Merry Xmas to All!!!
  13. Doug, I assume you are somewhere near PA/NJ? Here's one for sale in NJ, right outside Philly. Not sure how the VIN decodes.
  14. Thanks for all the compliments. It was fun to share these photos. Hopefully, I'll have a better camera next spring so I can share higher quality photos with the AACA online community.