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Thread: Just to tell you all, I like you so much.

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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret brakekiller's Avatar
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    Talking Just to tell you all, I like you so much.

    This community is truely unique, and I like it so much.
    I am about to realise my dream and be truely part of this group, at last, and this is because of you, SReg fellow members.

    I wish the European side to be more present/active and that is the next step I gonna put my energy in - the least I can do for that terrific community.

    Thank you.
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    Super note, Xavier, well done! I really appreciate the sentiment in this, and really brings home the positive side of data sharing in this high-tech connected world we live in.
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    BIG Cheers Xavier !!!..........
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    Hi Xavier,

    I agree the registry doesn't get enough credit for the big role it plays. I'm building a RSR replica at the moment and even though I have bought all of the relevant books ("R to RSR", "Carrera RS" by Konradsheim, etc.) its posts here on this very forum that have helped me most, both in managing to locate special parts, feedback on certain vendors, experience from previous builders, and just the sheer amount of facts and knowledge is unbelievable. Where else do you find what type of steering wheel belongs on what type of car, or which 3 factory cars really participated in the 1973 Targa Florio? A big cheers for this board! "Long may it reign!!"

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    Gentleman,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Miller View Post
    Gentleman,

    We hate to solicit but...........

    If you really like this board, as far as we know the best information source for all things Early 911 internationally, PLEASE become a paid member of club that brings it to you....

    As moderator I know first hand of how addictive this board is, and when the few times it goes down it creates a ripple that's felt globally ...

    Support this board and receive 4 issues a year of one of the best car club quarterlies in the country ...

    It's well worth the price of admission guys....

    https://shop.early911sregistry.org/pages/membership

    Cheers,
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