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    Darn..we put the engine in the wrong place!
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    Moved posts

    I am unhappy with how posts get moved.
    If you mainly follow a particular thread and you post
    gets moved to another less read thread its
    annoying. Also why don't posts about non-early
    cars (those after 1973) not get moved? They
    probably don't even belong on the forum.
    I certainly am not going to post about my 2006 Cayman S.
    Don
    1970 911T

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    Also why don't posts about non-early
    cars (those after 1973) not get moved?
    They almost always do Don.....

    A thread's topic will usually fall within the bounds of one of our many forums... sometimes more comfortably then others... sometimes it's a judgement call....sorry if it's sometimes annoying....

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    Feel free to PM any you wish to consider to have moved...thanks!
    Peter Kane

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