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[VintageLambo] Re: Brake parts interchange


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How is Jim doing his business? I never saw things from him for sale except the newsletter, I could imagine he isn"t very computer based, since all newsletter I have (1979-1996) are written on a machine. It was very interesting to see, he was selling copies of owners and spare parts manual, did he never run into problems with the factory?? Raymond --- In VintageLambo@yahoogroups.com, "drakepeterdrake " wrote: > I bought my car through Jim"s newsletter.I just received my renewal > notice for this year"s dues. I"m going to pay it, but a 4-page > newsletter every 3 or 4 months just doesn"t cut it anymore, compared > with the information exchange on the web. Those times that I"ve talked > to Jim about getting on the internet, he seems pretty adverse to it. We > need to find a way to incorporate the work he"s done and still have him > make a buck. 75% of the stuff in a given issue is either opinion or > reprints, but that still leaves 25% of the total being useful > information. > > Jim was very helpful to me in finding out about Lamborghinis, for which > I, if not my checkbook, am grateful. However, I think he needs to adapt > or become obsolete (sort of like our cars). Jim could be an enormous > asset to the list, and I think we should try to find a way to include > him. I don"t know how to go about it, but I for one would be willing to > pay a membership fee to be on this list. > > Peter


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