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97up-list Digest Sun, 04 Jun 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 089

In This Issue:
ADMIN: Old magazines

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Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2000 11:49:57 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: Old magazines

Gang,

I was recently contacted by a lady whose father passed away. He
left behind a large collection of magazines and she thinks it will
be a shame to throw them away (and I agree). She's trying Ebay,
but regardless of whether she can sell them, she doesn't want them
to go to waste.

As many of you know, old magazines contain a wealth of information
that can be hard to find otherwise, especially for those of you
who are restoring a truck. Some of them might be collectors items
too.

Here's a list of what she's got, please contact her for specific
issues:
(She can be reached at Nomoreplaytimeaol.com, her name is Keri)

TRUCKIN' CHEVY TRUCKIN'
TRUCKIN' CLASSIC TRUCKS CUSTOM & CLASSIC TRUCKS
CUSTOM CLASSIC TRUCKS CUSTOM TRUCKING
HI-PERFORMANCE TRUCKING SUPER STREET TRUCKS
STREET RODDER NATIONAL RODDER
RODDER'S DIGEST HOW TO BUILD A STREET ROD
RODS & CUSTOMS HIGH PERFORMANCE RODS & CUSTOMS
CUSTOM RODDER ROD POWER
SUPER HOT RODS & CUSTOMS AMERICAN RODDER
STREET RODDER HOT ROD MECHANIX
HI-PERFORMANCE RODS RODS AND STREET MACHINES
RODDER STREET RODDING ILLUSTRATED
RODDER'S WORLD STREET AND CUSTOM RODDING
CUSTOM PAINTING CHEVROLET HIGH PERFORMANCE
POPULAR HOT RODDING HOT ROD
WILD WORLD OF STREET MACHINES
SUPER STREET MACHINES ROD ACTION
STREET MACHINES PICK-UPS AND MINI TRUCKS
STREET ROD ACTION STREET ROD PICK-UPS
FAT HOT LINE NEWS
HOT CARS CHEVY CLASSIC
CLASSIC & CUSTOM HOT TRUCK
SPORT TRUCK CUSTOM CRAFT
CUSTOM CARS ALL CHEVY
CHEVY HI-PERFORMANCE SUPER CHEVY
1001 CUSTOM & ROD IDEAS ROD & CUSTOM IDEAS
POPULAR CUSTOMS POPULAR CARS
VANS & PICK-UPS 1001 TRUCK & VAN IDEAS
SPORT TRUCKING ROD & CUSTOM

YEARBOOKS ANNUALS THE BEST OF...
COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS

This should go without saying but please remember what this
is all about and keep the Chevy bashing out of it. If you've
got a Chevy friend who can use the Chevy mags, let them know
about it.

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts




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