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the title of posts or the photos
Just need to know the lie of the land.

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The more pics the better, always nice to see what the other side of the world is doing.

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AussieMustang:
Please don't read the following as a flame.

I think folks are a little bent out of shape because (1) your pics, while extremely nice and interesting, take a long time to download on a slow modem, and (2) your titles are getting a little bit old.

When you have nice pics, and a lot of them, it's proper nettiquet to post the URL to a site that contains the pic, and let folks oooh and aaah there. That gives them the benefit of deciding to download or not. With as many pictures that you have, you should set up a web page with all of them (in thumbnail form), where clicking on any one picture, a full-sized version can be accessed.

As far as your titles, well, I'm still searching for that naked lady!

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The pictures are great but I suppose the modem guys may suffer. But by now they should realize from your name what they are getting in to, bit like going in to a XXX rated movie and expecting a Disney feature (now there's an idea), so I wouldn't worry, you are making the guys open the posts!! Anyways, once you are done with all you pictures (how many have you got???) you ought to set up a web site dedicated to the Auzzie show and post them all on it somehow, then inform us all of its url and put the link in your signiture. Anyways, love the photos, keep posting them!
Do you have any AC Cobra pictures? If so please post or send them to me..

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My vote is for more photos. I have the blue version of that 67 conv. with two tone blue interior sitting in my garage waiting for resto. Too little time, money and too many projects.

The slow modem guys don't have to open them if they don't want to.
 
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I think this is great at the new forum that we can view photos, Keep em coming. If you get any more complaints you can always blame me. BTW that is one nice convertible.

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I like all of the pics that I've seen, keep posting them. I too have a dial up modem, but it doesn't seem have any problems loading the pics. I takes about 15 seconds to load, but I'm willing to kill 15 seconds to look at a grat car or two or three or......
One thhing I would like to know, and I'm sure you've been asked this before, is are all the early Mustangs imported in and then converted to RHD or were there some actually built there originally equipped with RHD.

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Current projects: 65 Fastback, 68 Coupe Oval Track Racer, 64 Galaxie 500 XL, 54 F-100 Pickup
 
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