LAINE Re: [ROVERNET - UK] speaking of...
p6rovers at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 2 02:57:37 BST 2007
Glen makes a good point.
Ruth Burgess, proprietress of All British Cars has
been in the British Car business for over 40 years
(gasp...... I thought it was over 30). Oh, dear......
let's not talk about age........ doh.....now I have
Glen started..... doh!
--- Glen Wilson <rovercar at comcast.net> wrote:
> Laine Colley wrote:
> > I forgot. What does it mean when none of the
> numbers match? The
> > chassis and the block have different numbers. They
> are both from
> > 1960, but the motor # matches the ones meant for
> local (Brit)
> > sale RHD. I found somewhere that this happened
> sometimes, but
> > there is a third # under the hood on the firewall
> that we have
> > found no reference to.
> Subject headings are very important on lists like
> the Rovernet. A lot of
> people just skim through the subjects and
> read/answer the one that catch
> their interest. On this one (speaking of...),
> probably very few people
> even read it. Try posting it again with a heading
> P4 Engine and Chassis number help needed...
> There are lots of people who love to explain this
> kind of stuff ad
> nauseum. You might even create a debate. It's always
> best to give these
> people some meat to work with. List all of the id
> numbers you found and
> where you found them. If you include the actual
> numbers, I think you'll
> get a bite.
> As far as being a woman is concerned, I don't think
> that's a big deal.
> Other British car lists I have subscribed to seem to
> always have a few
> women who are highly regarded for their expertise or
> just good humor.
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