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Trying to register for the P15-D24 forum: they don't like my answers to either of the two authentication questions. Thanks for any suggestions.

 

Fred

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What are the questions?

I wouldn't want to be a member if they let guys like me in.

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I think when I registered it was the firing order of a flathead six and passenger side lug nut direction. It's a nice forum once you get in

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Interesting.

Out of curiosity I went there to sign up just to see what's what.

This was the question: What does a club coupe have that a business coupe doesn't? REQUIRED

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And what would be wrong with that question.  It looks to me as if they only want members that have knowledge of their particular interest vehicles.  No lookie loos.

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Sounds like an HOA .....I'll PASS

 

What is a back seat btw.. but who cares, not worth the hassle

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I have sold and bought many parts from that group. A lot of good tech articles also. I got in with no problem and I did not know this old car stuff when I joined. 

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I am quite sure that I am a member of P15-D24 but I don't remember what the question was. I don't have one of those cars now so haven't visited lately.

I tried to get onto one sight that rejected me once, but I don't remember now which it was, so it must not have been very important.

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If you own a 1940s Mopar it is really a required site to belong to.  I'm fully supportive of the AACA forums but those guys live and breathe a very narrow band of car.  They literally know every nut and bolt and which subtle or not so subtle upgrade works best.  

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Any Mopar, it covers a wide range of cars and trucks. Of all the sites that I belong to, it is the most friendly, they are not rude if your car-truck is stock or otherwise and will help no matter what it is. And it's free. No charge.

Edited by countrytravler (see edit history)

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Surely you can leave the question sitting on the screen while you research the answer?

 

Ref the above questions, I don't know the answer on the coupe question nor the lug nut question, but I should be able to find out. If all else fails, ask here!

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Oh dear, the club coupe question has no correct answer! They probably want you to say a back seat, but that is debatable!

 

https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hcc/2007/03/Club-Coupes/1423429.html

 

There, that only took five minutes.

 

And there is even a thread about it:

http://p15-d24.com/topic/31035-club-coupebusiness-coupe/

Edited by Spinneyhill (see edit history)

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Thanks, guys.

 

The questions were firing order and the difference between a club coupe and a business coupe. The site didn't like 153624 or rear  seat.

 

I'll try again.

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I had tried the two screen method you suggested: still didn't  accept either answer. But today I got on with the 153624. Apparently the site was just having a bad moment.

 

Thanks for your responses.

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153624 isn't really Mopar exclusive as most all sixes are that.

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