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#1 SUBARU3

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 05:42 PM

Who would be interested in sharing ownership, credit, the building and maintaining of my existing website "Vintage Subaru Restoration"?? I also own www.vintagesubaru.com.

I have had a site, (below), since 1997, but it needs freshened up. That site has multiple pages.

I don't have the time or the "site-building" expertise to make what I want. I can work with it, but I'm in a learning curve. If I could share the work with someone, that would be cool! I feel that Gen 1s NEED a better presence on the web.

So if any webmasters with interest's in Gen 1s, care to join me in making a GREAT site.....contact me.

Todd

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 05:52 PM

[quote name='SUBARU3']Who would be interested in sharing the building and maintaining of my website. "Vintage Subaru Restoration"? I own www.vintagesubaru.com.

I have had a site, (below), since 1997, but it needs freshened up. That site has multiple pages.

I don't have the time or the "site-building" expertise to make what I want. I can work with it, but I'm in a learning curve. If I could share the work with someone, that would be cool! I feel that Gen 1s NEED a presence on the web.

So if any webmasters with interest's in Gen 1s care to join me in making a GREAT site.....contact me.

Todd[/QUOTE


Is this not a coincidence? I just told my boss that we need to add website building/maintenance to the business (a PIP Printing franchise). I work there as a printer/graphic artist. Anyway, I recently told him that in my "spare" time at work that I would teach myself to get onto this new avenue of revenue. (My daughter does it, so I have help if I need it). So YEEEESSSS! I woud LOVE to help you on that! I was dreading doing a fake one for learning's sake! I hate doing things for naught! I have a Mac with Pagemaker, Photoshop and Freehand. I also have a PC and webtv for testing. Let me know! Mary

#3 moosens

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 06:20 PM

:clap: ..........yeeehaaaaa!!!

Certainly not knocking Todd here,but YES,we vintage Subarus owners do indeed need a better website to visit.Or even more than one as far as personal owner pages goes.Someday I'll get something thrown together for my personal lot.

good luck guys!

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 06:22 PM

yes, oh the great knowledge we gen 1 owners can put together:D

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 08:56 PM

Yippee! This will work! Todd, I'll shanghai all these guys for input! Let me start by saying that the live help available here on the USMB is invaluable, and could never-ever be rivalled. Another website dedicated to history, trivia, static information and to display owner's bragging rights/stories/pictures is worth the time and effort... it'll be great for the older Gens!

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Posted 27 February 2005 - 02:14 PM

Hi. I have to sell two 1991 Subaru Legacies. One in central Alabama (a sedan) and one in Dennis (Cape Cod), MA--a wagon 4-wheel drive. Both cars are white with blue interior. I wish to get $1000 for the pair or $700 each. Please, someone respond for more info. The cars both have a lot of good qualities, but I'm a single mom of two teenage boys and have crossed over into the twighlight zone when it comes to this car situation.
The sedan is my son's car. The door locks barely work. The body of the car looks good. We got it with a little over 100,000. Had to put an alternator in pretty quick. It still only has about 125,000. I'll be happy to discuss these cars by phone, if anyone is sincerely interested. The wagon in Massachusetts, I bought off ebay, during a time when my family was full of crises, and I wasn't too rational.

I think my thinking was if you can't beat em, join em. See the first subie was in my father's and son's names together. A couple months ago, the brakes went out on it, not long after we had CV joints put on it. My suggestion was sell it. But, my son likes it and unfortunately, my father also couldn't see reason. Turns out, Dad wasn't getting enough oxygen to his brain. Now, recovering from major surgery, my Dad is ready to sell. My son doesn't need a car too badly right now, anyway--and we need cash, badly--so even he has agreed to sell. I appreciate any suggestions.

Vicki




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