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    Sounds great, but I haven't been following other lists so don't know how this is supposed to work/ what it should do. A little more on the purpose/point/what is hoped for would help some of us. Jim
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    Happy to be part of this as part of an international list , plenty of early911nz members down here to offer help or just meet traveliers in our neck of the woods
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  3. #13
    If anyone breaks down near Lake Stevens, WA, I've got you covered!

    Actually, you can stop by even if you don't break down.
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  4. #14

    sure is a good idea.

    Thanks Chuck and all.
    Ed
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    Two thumbs up! Great idea. Can't you see a S-Reg 'ap for that'?

    And if you break down near Fall City, I know the way to Bernie's blindfolded.
    71 914 3.0, 82 SC, ESR 376, RG 307

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  6. #16

    Travel Assistance Network

    I've been on the 356 Travel Assistance Network for a long time, and although
    I didn't need it when I drove my Speedster across the country in '04, it was
    really comforting knowing it was there.

    We have it broken down into categories such as: Distance from your home,
    Times they can contact you, and Level of assistance you can provide, from
    'share a beer with you while you lament' to 'full shop with equipment at
    your service.'

    It's amazing what lengths car guys will go to help a brother out.
    Great idea.

    We do the same thing in the Hot Rod community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfin32 View Post
    I've been on the 356 Travel Assistance Network for a long time, and although
    I didn't need it when I drove my Speedster across the country in '04, it was
    really comforting knowing it was there.

    We have it broken down into categories such as: Distance from your home,
    Times they can contact you, and Level of assistance you can provide, from
    'share a beer with you while you lament' to 'full shop with equipment at
    your service.'

    It's amazing what lengths car guys will go to help a brother out.
    Great idea.

    We do the same thing in the Hot Rod community.
    Very cool!, I didn't realize that you drove out for that event, I thought you had it trailered along with Joel Horvitz and the couple of other guys from your area. Instead of my speedster, I brought down my Orange 59A coupe, and ultimately sold it at the event to a fellow member of both 356 and Registry boards.

    cheers,
    Eric
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  8. #18

    Thumbs up

    I will check with Fred (Trueman) and see how the response has been...
    He was also getting some technical data base configuration advice from a couple of those that already responded.......

    Cheers and keep those responses coming in to Fred....
    fctruem@verizon.net
    Chuck Miller
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  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Very cool!, I didn't realize that you drove out for that event, I thought you had it trailered along with Joel Horvitz and the couple of other guys from your area. Instead of my speedster, I brought down my Orange 59A coupe, and ultimately sold it at the event to a fellow member of both 356 and Registry boards.

    cheers,
    Eric
    Eric,
    Yeah, we had 2 Speedsters, and a Chevy for luggage.
    3900 miles in 7 days w/ no real mishaps, other than a starter solenoid.
    Unbelievable trip.
    Was that the '59 Coupe with the Rudge wheels?
    Alex

  10. #20
    Good to see this concept getting traction!
    Erik

    Early S # 1107

    All my german equipment is either busted or sold...sigh....in the market for a decent non-sunroof tub!!!!!!! Help me get back to autocrossing!!!

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