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I just put up a site today, and I'd like some feedback. I still have some more things to add, like a links page, and a few other miscellaneous things. Please let me know how you like the format, and if you see any problems, or have any suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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Hey Brian the site looks great and it looks like it's comming along nicely. It's easy to navigate and the pics load fast. With some more pics your site should be looking great in no time.

See my 69 convertible and the VMF parking lot at: http://www.geocities.com/Bishir1/FrontPage.html
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Thanks for the kind words. This was the first site I had done with Frontpage, so it took a little while to do. Now that I've used Frontpage however, I'm seeing that it has some nice features, especially for updating the page, etc.

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Nice looking site. A freind of mine is putting up a site to deal with our trucks but said I could have section dedicated to my 'other' cars, namely my Mustangs. I just hope it turns out as nice as yours.

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Wow. site looks fantastic. I wanna see pic's of the body work in the rear! also prices...as that's what I have to do too:p, both qtrs and tail light panel...as well as a repair on the bumper support. :0

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Coming out really well. If possible, you might want to use a color other than white as a backround. White backrounds tend to fatigue your eyes. Try an earthtone or a blue, or even black. Other than that, I say you have a winning site! Congrats.

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Brian.....let us know how the truck bed liner stuff works out on the floors...... I've wonderd about using it inside the cowling too?

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I already found some use from your site -- good links on the wiring harness kits, which is better in your opinion? Will they work fine with a 69 Mach or do you know?

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Nice site Brian,
I like the idea of the bed liner stuff too.

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Site looks great, love the fast loading ,ad easy nav. Keep up the good work.
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Well, the reason there aren't any pics there yet is because I haven't done any of the work back there yet. I've got one of the quarters, and the taillight panel, but I still need to get the other quarter. Also, my friend is going to help me out a lot with that stuff, so I kind of have to fit things around his schedule. I'll try to add some prices and things soon though.


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Thanks. Actually, the background is a very light blue. I was thinking the same thing about white backgrounds when I designed it, that's why I went with the blue. I may play around with something a shade or two darker though....we'll see.


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Thanks. Between the three maufacturers that I listed - they are all pretty good from what I've heard. Ron Francis' kits are more expensive, but also have a cleaner fuse panel design, etc. Painless Wiring's kits look a lot like a stock fusebox in a newer car, and are really nice for the money. American Autowire's kits are similar to Painless', but they have some nice features in addition. I like the fact that you run all of the wires seperate with their kit, so you're not dealing with the whole harness at once.

Keep in mind howoever, that they are all universal kits, so you'll have to figure out connections for switches and stuff on your own if you want to keep that stuff stock.


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Nice Job! I see you're using frames. I'm doing an update to my site and am trying to incorporate frames using FrontPage 2000. My only complaint is that you can't see the links in the navigator. But then, maybe I'm doing something wrong..

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Hmm, I'm not sure. I did not use the navigator part at all when I made the page. What exactly does the navigator offer in terms of features?


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hey i hope all goes wells and ends well! the site is pretty tight keep it going!!!
 
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Looks good!! Keep up the good work!!

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