pre48-list-digest Tuesday, February 2 1999 Volume 02 : Number 006



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Re: FTE Pre48 - 1935 Ford Truck
FTE Pre48 - ADMIN: 1 Million visitors

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Date: Mon, 01 Feb 1999 21:55:59 -0500
From: Gary Vandergrift
Subject: Re: FTE Pre48 - 1935 Ford Truck

You can send a message to Ray Helger to see what he has in his 4 barns
full of ford parts.
www.wsii.com/RHODEISL/users/helger

S. Ainey wrote:
>
> I agree with 47Fred. It's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
> However, to get an idea of what people think it's worth, you can go to
> the traderonline.com hompage and see what other people think the 35
> Fords they own are worth.
>
> You can do anything you want to it. There are a plethora of
> reproduction parts places as well as original hot rod places to change
> engines or hop the one you have up. Personally I like the original hot
> rod style. Nothing like a hot cam, multiple carbs, and some headers
> with smithy mufflers to make the original flathead just bark.
>
> Steve
>
> 39 Ford P/U hopped up flathead.
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Date: Tue, 02 Feb 1999 01:44:12 -0500
From: Ken Payne
Subject: FTE Pre48 - ADMIN: 1 Million visitors

Hi gang!

Its official! Just compiled the January logs and we
had our one millionth visitor to the Ford Truck
Enthusiasts web site late in the month. In our first
year, we had slightly over 100,000 visitors and over
900,000 in the second year.

Our monthly visitor growth has been about 19% since we
started. Current list membership hovers around 4,000.
Many had privately expressed a concern this past summer
about FTE's ability to handle the growth. We've taken
steps which we believe have been successful:

- - The BBS has offset the mailing list growth and made it
manageable. Hit and run subscribers aren't as common
anymore.

- - The new classifieds are not only far more powerful,
they also require less of my time.

- - The new chat is virtually maintenance free (although
its difficult to use the first time around).

- - Ordering on the web site means I don't have to spend
time each evening checking the PO box (now we check on
Tuesdays and Saturdays). This has been very important
because cash flow was suffering again and we needed to
pay for the classifieds software and server upgrades
(the load is getting huge, close to 200,000 file hits
per day). Our costs have gone way up lately.

Pictorial submissions have gone way up recently too, with
as many as 10 pictorial submissions per week!

Look for more additions to our content as we continue to
grow. Thank you to everyone for making FTE the community
it has become! You're really a great bunch! Hope to
meet some of you at the Pigeon Forge Supernationals.

Regards,
Ken Payne
Admin

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