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Old 12-17-2005, 08:05 AM
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Chapter Page (I may be overstepping myself here)

This is what I've done so far:

http://www.geocities.com/tennesseefte/sam1.html

I'm going to tinker with it and try for a general layout that can be used by all the chapters. I figure if it comes out well, and is approved by the "establishment", we will have scooped glory on ourselves if it is adopted by other chapters. I'm open to suggestions. As you can see, I was not kidding about making it look like a part of all of FTE...

Once I realised that I was re-inventing the wheel I remembered an old Instructors platitude: "Plagiarism is a beautiful thing". Why reinvent what is already out there?

WE ARE LAUNCHED. All it needs is fine tuning, more stuff, and for KPayne to host it on FTE...

By the way: We need pictures of both trucks, and Tennessee itself for the chapter gallery. Ken put forth an idea through F2504X4 (Ray) that we should have a "Pic of the Month" on the chapter sites main page (this was back during the '05 Rally).

I know it's a bare bones page right now, but as test pages go, this thing is putting its ownself together. Its going to work, I can feel it in my bones!!!

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I've got feedback from TQ1, F2504x4, and franken-Truck (VA CL).
It's been relayed to KPayne for review and final chop.

Houston - we have a green board...
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Looks good to me - I just wish I had Mark's 351 in my Fifty4F100!
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Wife and I went out on our 351m, bright yellow with flat black oil pan and valve covers, bright yellow dipstick, chrome air cleaner and lime green wire loom. It's a shame no one on here's seen it, I have pics on cardomain, but onle 3 people from the other truck club have seen it in person. I sure need another 4 barrel, this Holley is going up forsale as soon as I get one, refuses to setup to this engine without tinkering, and I can't get to it to do it. We made an album of the engines work, carry it around in my van.
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$2800 and includes what truck?
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The truck that the engine is in comes with it, I'll not be pulling it again.

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Trouble with Cardomain, is that they stick on a logo at the lower right of the images. I sanitised it off on the pic of the 351...
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