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Just thought I would let everyone know that I have started an EMF homepage. <BR> <A HREF="http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1" TARGET=_blank>http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1</A> <P>When I bought my EMF earlier<BR>this year, information about the EMF was hard to come by. Thanks to a lot of people on this site, I have learned a lot since then and thought it may be nice for the next person to have some place to go to find this information. <P>If you are interested, please check out the EMF Homepage at the URL link below. There you will find Some history of the company (expanded as I learn more), an EMF Spotters guide written by Bill Cuthbert (Thanks Bill) a photo archive and a restoration page where I will hopefully document the resotoration of my 1912 EMF Demi Tonneau.<P>If you have a picture of an EMF that you would like included on the site, send me a picture per the instructions included on the site.<P>If you do visit, please take a minute to sign my guest book so I know if people are finding the site. Let me know if you have suggestions. <P>Thanks to all who have helped me acquire knowledge about this project.<P>John M. Daly<P>proud owner of:<BR>1912 EMF Demi Tonneau<BR>1920 Ford Model T "Centerdoor" sedan<BR>1931 DeSoto Model SA sedan<BR>and one full garage!!!<P> <A HREF="http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1" TARGET=_blank>http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1</A> <P>

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