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I posted some pix of my 68 convertible on Photopoint. These were taken about 3 months ago but are pretty much as it is now. Oh yeah, there are some "before" pix that are pretty interesting.

Also, couldn't resist putting a couple of golf pictures up. If you know golf you''ll love these. These are of the 15th and 16th holes at Cypress Point Club in Monterey CA. That's me about to make double bogey on 15. (I birdied 16, thank you very much.)

Hope they work, here is the link:

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=1574992&a=11972962

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You either snap hooked it or hit it in the water. *G* You're aimed to far to the right. Been there, Done that Just my .02c Golf if far more humiliating than any doofus award, you can almost always correct a doofus, but a slice never listens.

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John,
I hope you'll consider comming up to Chattanooga when we have our show in August. The convertible looks great.

Bruce

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John, you can display the pix here by adding the appropriate markup language and ".jpg" at the end of your URL...

The language needed is ......then your URL.....then

Here's you pic displayed here...
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1574992&a=11972962&p=43108527&Sequence=1&res=high.jpg


Pat
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You can also make the link clickable by placing the word url surrounded by [ ] before and /url surrounded by [ ] after the link.
Look here at the faq for more info.

BTW the car looks great, especially after looking at the before photo.

Jason
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Nice to see an engine that does not have the dress up kit. Seems everyone has done it now.

John L. Anschutz
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Yeah, I kinda hit a weak push in the right bunker and it took me four to get up and down. However, on 16 I hit my career golf shot. It's 221 to the front all carry over the water. Into about a 20 mph wind.

Hit a full driver in to about 12 feet, knocked it in for a birdie. I'll never forget it.

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Chattanooga, sounds good, maybe combine it with an aquarium trip.

Keep me posted on the dates and such.

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Hey Pat,

I tried your incantations and I can't seem to get them to work. How about being more specific. My programming knowledge is weak.

thanks.

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Check out my post on this subject...there's a link to the Photopoint tech board where they go over the procedure step by step...

The only thing I found was that, instead of just copying and pasting the URL from the Photopoint HTML page, you need to add a ".jpg" to the end of it to get the Forum software to recognize it as a picture...
So, if your link looked like http://yaddayaddayadda .....for the forum it should look like http://yaddayaddayadda.jpg....

Then adding the necessary markup language if you're putting the pic in a post or your signature (not bio), it should look like this
http://yaddayaddayadda.jpg
Just make sure there are no spaces....I included them so the markup script wouldn't work....

Make sense?

Pat
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