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perf-list Digest Mon, 04 Dec 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 180

In This Issue:
ADMIN: NEW FTE t-shirt will knock your socks off!
FOMOCO 4 bbl carb
Annual FTE Charity Drive
Re: Annual FTE Charity Drive
Re: [61-79-list] Annual FTE Charity Drive
ADMIN: New FTE search feature

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Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 12:29:21 -0500
From: Ken Payne <kpayne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: NEW FTE t-shirt will knock your socks off!


Ford Truck Enthusiasts is proud to announce its all new
t-shirt design.  This t-shirt was professionally designed
and features a vibrant design on the back and FTE's all
new logo on the front breast.

Additionally, we have a new bumper sticker featuring the
new FTE logo.

The main page of the site features a link to these new
products in our web store.  I'm really pleased with the
new designs, I'm sure most of you will be too!

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts
http://www.ford-trucks.com


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From: "Azie L. Magnusson" <maggie11 HiWAAY.net>
Subject: FOMOCO 4 bbl carb
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 12:21:57 -0600

For those of you that aren't old enough to remember, OR those of you that might be interested, there is a '62 Ford 4bbl carb for sale on E bay.
WWW.Ebay.com will get you in the site. Enter # 512052919 in the slot where it ask "What are you looking for" to get there..
One of the simplest carbs ever built IMHO.

Azie Magnusson
Ardmore, Al.


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Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 18:16:15 -0500
From: Ken Payne <kpayne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Annual FTE Charity Drive


Ford Truck Enthusiasts has had a tradition of holding an
fund-raiser each year in support of a worthy cause.  This
year's cause is especially worthy and hits close to home.

During the SEMA show in Las Vegas I had the opportunity
to meet with long time FTE member Darrell (aka JumpinFord)
and one of our newest members, his friend "Scooter."  We
had a great time having lunch on Saturday and hanging out
after lunch.

A few days after the SEMA show, Scooter passed away rather
suddenly during an epileptic seizure. Though I didn't know
Scooter long, I can say that he was an very nice guy.  He
was also very funny and had a lot of talent (he was an actor
who's been on several shows/movies). A photo of Scooter can
be found on the FTE web site at:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/sema/sema1/html/image041.htm

Scooter (Lee Stephan) was a young man and was survived by
his wife and two children, ages 3 and 5.  Sadly, they are
not financially in a good spot, especially during this time
of year.  Lee was unable to afford his full dosage of
medication and this was a contributing factor in his death.
According to Darrell, Lee was too proud to accept charity.

I'm sure most of you will agree that this is a very worthy
cause.  The Stephan family could use your help.  Ms. Stephan
has gratefully accepted our offer to help after I told her
to not let her pride get in the way.  FTE has set up a link
in order to take credit card donations.  We will forward all
funds to the Stephan family on the 18th of December.

Ms. Stephan has given me permission to publish her address
should you decide to make a contribution by check or money
order (please use the address only for contributions or
condolence cards, their privacy needs to be respected).
Please note on any funds "FTE Drive".

Stephanie Stephan
650 Plumer Ave
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

The secure contribution form (via our online store) can be
found at:

http://www.motorhaven.com/?product=annual

I will publish the total sent on the 18th.

Your participation would be appreciated.  Our strength lies
in our numbers and together we can make a huge difference
for a family that has found itself in a difficult situation.

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts


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From: "Garrett Nelson" <garrettnelson writeme.com>
Subject: Re: Annual FTE Charity Drive
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 18:22:46 -0600

Ken, I went to that page to make a donation and it didn't work for me. There was nothing to add to the basket, and going to the checkout gave me a CGI error. Is the page broken or am I just missing something?

Garrett www.1966ford.com






 Ford Truck Enthusiasts has had a tradition of holding an
 fund-raiser each year in support of a worthy cause.  This
 year's cause is especially worthy and hits close to home.

 During the SEMA show in Las Vegas I had the opportunity
 to meet with long time FTE member Darrell (aka JumpinFord)
 and one of our newest members, his friend "Scooter."  We
 had a great time having lunch on Saturday and hanging out
 after lunch.

 A few days after the SEMA show, Scooter passed away rather
 suddenly during an epileptic seizure. Though I didn't know
 Scooter long, I can say that he was an very nice guy.  He
 was also very funny and had a lot of talent (he was an actor
 who's been on several shows/movies). A photo of Scooter can
 be found on the FTE web site at:

 http://www.ford-trucks.com/sema/sema1/html/image041.htm

 Scooter (Lee Stephan) was a young man and was survived by
 his wife and two children, ages 3 and 5.  Sadly, they are
 not financially in a good spot, especially during this time
 of year.  Lee was unable to afford his full dosage of
 medication and this was a contributing factor in his death.
 According to Darrell, Lee was too proud to accept charity.

 I'm sure most of you will agree that this is a very worthy
 cause.  The Stephan family could use your help.  Ms. Stephan
 has gratefully accepted our offer to help after I told her
 to not let her pride get in the way.  FTE has set up a link
 in order to take credit card donations.  We will forward all
 funds to the Stephan family on the 18th of December.

 Ms. Stephan has given me permission to publish her address
 should you decide to make a contribution by check or money
 order (please use the address only for contributions or
 condolence cards, their privacy needs to be respected).
 Please note on any funds "FTE Drive".

 Stephanie Stephan
 650 Plumer Ave
 Costa Mesa, CA 92627

 The secure contribution form (via our online store) can be
 found at:

 http://www.motorhaven.com/?product=annual

 I will publish the total sent on the 18th.

 Your participation would be appreciated.  Our strength lies
 in our numbers and together we can make a huge difference
 for a family that has found itself in a difficult situation.

 Ken Payne
 Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts




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From: JUMPINFORD aol.com
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 21:52:20 EST
Subject: Re: [61-79-list] Annual FTE Charity Drive

Thank you very much Ken.  I mniss that guy more than any of you could ever
know.  In my time of need, he loaned me $1300 cash to help me out of a jam,
but never let me know I could have returned the favor.  He had been running
low on funds, and cut his medication back because he couldnt afford his
refill.  Money over on my end is tight, but I would have sold everything I
owned, to help him out if I could.  Never let pride step in the way like
that.  It cost my friend his life.  It was really hard to believe he was
gone.  I had his truck over my place (80 F100 with the impossible to believe
5 on 4 1/2 bolt pattern) so I could get it runnin and deliver to his wife in
LA.  Everytime I came home It would just pop in my head that Scooter was
there.  Lemme tell ya it wasnt easy.  Origianly I was supposed to drive it to
her the weekend of the services, but due to circumstances beyond my control,
I couldnt get it runnin in time, and had to drive down in my Mustang.  I
stayed with our wonderful Ford Filly, aka Lisa, who also join me at the
service.  Thanks for all the help Lisa, you and your family are great.  The
following week I was able to deliver the truck, having had to replace the
dizzy, coil, spark box, and wires.  Poor thing was really tore up.  It was
cool it worked llike that, because it meant an extra weekend for me to see
his wife and kids.  As soon as his boy (Zach) is old enough, Im gonna set him
upo with FTE.  Hes 5 yrs old and already knows FORD RULES.  Smart kid that
one, we were goin through his matchbox cars, and he could name everyone by
make model and year!  and were talkin LOTS of cars.  Ok Im sidetrackin
here....

Anyhow, Scooter is truely missed, but the impact he made was important in
many peoples lives.  If anyone has any questions, or just wanna know a lil
more about this guy, feel free to mail me off list.  I never get tired of
tellin stories about that guy.  he really made life interesting.  When we met
Ken and Peggy for lunch, he had Peggy laughin so hard she could hardly stop
long enough to eat a lil lunch.  Thats who Scooter was.  Ok Im ramblin
again...

Thanks for listening to my ramblings everyone  :)

Darrell & Tweety



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Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 18:38:44 -0500
From: Ken Payne <kpayne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: New FTE search feature


Check out:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/search/phod.php3

Its a new search feature of FTE that allows you to do an
Open Directory search of the entire Internet.

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts


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