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    Defender of the Normal John Fusco's Avatar
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    ESSES vol.14 #2

    To Chuck and his crew;

    If you fit any more content into any smaller space ESSES would be a poetry review !
    Every article, the layout - a masterpiece . Mike Lewkowicz- Bravo!
    I'll thank you all in advance for my future issues.


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    Moderator Chuck Miller's Avatar
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    John F. and all...

    'Credit where credit's due'

    The ESSES, our clubs news letter, is now under the strong guidance of our own John Dilger. That and the help of our new printer (and vintage racer) Doug Warneke.

    I just wrote an article and took some pics boys...

    However I do agree that Vol. 14, No. 2 ..... KICKS ASS !!!!!!
    Chuck Miller
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    Got it yesterday. Read it!!! Love it!!!

    thanks guys, well done.

    Early 911S Registry Member #537

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    Kermit's Short Story and Pix on the 911E Website

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    Thumbs up New Esses


    John, Chuck, Rick, Max, and Mike fantastic job on this most recent issue of Esses!
    Rick one small correction, Jeff Zwart is the owner of the ex Richie Ginther ST.

    All the best!

    Roger Grago
    R Gruppe #27

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    Re: New Esses

    I agree, this is the best Esses I have seen over the past 5 years. Congratulations to all involved!
    Randy Wells
    Automotive Writer/Photographer/Filmmaker

    Early S Registry #187

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    Senior Member
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    NW Indiana
    The Esses and Pano showed up on the same day. It was really fun to relive Rennsport in both publications. I agree too the Esses is very well done, good job.

    R Gruppe #299

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    I enjoyed it as well. All of the articles were well written. I was pleasantly surprised to see so much competition content.
    Thanks for publishing my little "Driver to Racer" recap.

    Chuck's column and pics were entertaining. It shows the Esses crew (Mr Dilger) must have invested a lot of time and effort into that issue. It made my day at Jury duty much more interesting.

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    Yes, great issue! My thanks to all involved..
    Paul D. Early S Registry #8 - Cyclops Minister of West Coast Affairs
    "Now, to put a water-cooled engine in the rear and to have the radiator in the front, that's not very intelligent." -Ferry Porsche (PANO, Oct. 1973)

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    B-b-buy Bushwood?!?!
    Join Date
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    Topanga Canyon, CA
    I never got my issue.
    Any ideas on who I contact?
    Sandy Isaac
    '69 911E

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