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1  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: 69 survivor that wasnt. Is it even a real #'s matching Z ? on: November 10, 2013, 03:35:39 PM
No matter that it is legal to take pictures in the open at public events, CRG has long striven to honor personal privacy by not publishing detailed information on individual cars that are not already published in the public domain or for which owner permission was not given.

I think the thread discussion above has reached the desired conclusion; thanks for that, all of you!  That said, my personal preference would be for the original posters of the images and data above to edit those posts and retract those data for which the owner did not have opportunity to clear for public release.  Thanks in advance for doing that.

Going forward we expect that CRG Forum members, especially when representing themselves as CRG Forum members either verbally or by wearing a CRG logo, would honor this approach.

Thanks for your support and interest!

Rich
2  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Official CRG Cap? on: October 31, 2012, 07:01:02 PM
Awakened from the dead for my biannual post... Wink I will note that the core group is having a discussion spawned by this thread.  There are issues associated with creation and selling of items with CRG logo designs that we haven't yet wanted to deal with.  But we're talking about it.  Main thing is we're all plenty busy and bird-dogging this though all the issues would require some time, and even if there were helpers, a core member would have to oversee it, and we don't as yet have a core volunteer for this.

That said, not previously appreciating the demand for such, I just dug up my "original" CRG hat (complete with some sweat salt stains on the black brim - needs to be washed).

If the core group itself also doesn't object (I haven't asked yet Wink ) to a one-off auction (we don't do these things here, normally) , would there be any interest/objection to me auctioning this off here with the proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy victims?

Rich
3  Site Comments / Discussion / Site Comments/Discussion / Re: Virus running in background on: August 08, 2010, 09:19:33 AM
There is a redirect to a Russian site that has been attached to the site home page and probably the forum page(s).  It loads a JAVAscript files that does various undesirable things.  Common up-to-date virus and malware checkers will stop that, but it's a PITA.  Working to get it off.

In meantime, disabling JAVAscript in your browser is another approach.

BTW, these attacks have been hitting other sites, like MSN.

Sorry for the troubles.

Rich
4  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Hallo from Denmark on: April 18, 2008, 07:14:36 AM
Welcome, and congratulations on your car.  You'll find a good group of people here with a fair amount of international participation, though spread thinly across a big world.  Rich
5  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Site updates on: April 18, 2008, 06:58:45 AM
The mini icon is a special formatted file that is on the site that your browser picks up, or should.  Should have nothing to do with the forum issue.  You might need to do a refresh on your browser; it is somehow confused.
6  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Decoding/Numbers / Re: Fake Cowl Tag?? on: March 31, 2008, 02:06:34 PM
I locked this thread and cleaned up the end of it.  Past the point of usefulness - if you all want to go toe to toe, do it somewhere else.

Rich
7  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: corvette bronze 68 on home page? on: January 30, 2008, 08:10:29 AM
I updated the name.  Sorry Pat - the msg didn't come thru right.  Nice car.  Rich
8  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / New CRG Research Report - First-Gen Carburetors on: November 30, 2007, 05:17:06 PM
Please congratulate long-time Forum member, and our most recent CRG member Ed Bertrand, on the great job he has done on the latest CRG Research Report.  Thanks Ed!

Rich

http://www.camaros.org/carb.shtml
9  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Restoration / Re: Replacement glass on: August 18, 2007, 01:59:34 PM
That said, I believe Pillkington is buying at least some of their repo glass from the orient and simply reselling.  Marking them here though.  That's what I recall from a discussion I had with them several years ago.  Main thing, however, is, does the glass fit.
10  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 68 SS Hubcaps on: August 18, 2007, 01:47:44 PM
Not to reopen old wounds, but here's a picture of a 63 Impala SS cover, taken in the GM Heritage Center on 9 Aug 2007 (by Daniel).  They appear to be physically identical, just painted differently.
11  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / Re: 67 Yutivo Camaro ad on: August 15, 2007, 01:41:00 PM
Thanks for the info Claus - great info.  Please let us know if you find any more.  I've lost touch with my original contacts since I wrote the article.  Rich
12  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / VT on: April 20, 2007, 11:44:24 AM
Using my perogative as CRG Coordinator and primary site maintainer, I've taken a slightly unusual step - which I believe is warranted - in adding a temporary gesture of solidarity to the main CRG page.  This will be a very rare thing and has never been done before by us for an off-topic issue, though in hindsight I should have done this at least one other time.  I did not even do this after 9/11 - but I was overseas when that happened and afterwards I think I was still in too much shock to be creative enough to realize that I should have done something then with the site.

This has personally affected me in ways I did not expect and am still discovering.  I took my master's in Engineering Mechanics from the ESM department of VT in 1981-82. I still know and am in occasional touch with some of the faculty, as well as a number of alums that I see as a result of my professional career.  My little research assistant "office" was just inside and to the right of the bottom floor entrance to Norris Hall, adjacent to the doors that you've seen on TV that appear behind the emergency crews carrying out the injured and the dead.  The entire building is now closed and will remain a crime scene for a number of days yet - but the department is pulling itself together, moving to temporary quarters, and the university is reopening come Monday.  Of the five faculty killed two were from the ESM department.  Amazingly, no ESM students lost their lives, due to the timing of class scheduling and because Prof Librescu http://www.esm.vt.edu/php/person.php?id=10023, aware that something bad was going down in the building, sacrificed his life to hold his classroom door shut while most of his students escaped out the windows.  His grip on the door failed only after he was shot in the head through the door.  There are other acts of heroism, both large and small, that will eventually come to the surface.

The Hokie Nation will survive.  But this time is, for them. in the words to me of one of my former profs - "hell on the brains and emotions for all of us".

Your thoughts and prayers for those affected are greatly appreciated.

Rich
13  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Continuing education on forum decorum on: March 01, 2007, 10:14:52 AM
I'm on the road while I write this.

CRG has, on a couple of very rare instances in the history of its forums, edited or deleted an especially offensive post.  We've never had to go to the extent of monitoring that this (and the previous related) threads have required.  CRG forum members have typically held themselves to a higher standard.  However, as the forum grows, and as we gain new members that come from other forums where they are used to a lower standard of experience, we may have to do some education.

To that end I have edited a number of posts in this thread that I feel were unnecessarily inflammatory. I have left the mostly tolerable content, which does not effect the technical content of this thread.

It is fine to express an opinion.  It is fine to disagree wiith someone.  It is fine to discuss and attempt to influence the readers to your view.  But please remember that disagreement does not mean that the person you disagree with is either an idiot or an underhanded no good.

There is no need to bring personal attacks into CRG discussions, and there is no excuse for it.

Please monitor yourselves - I don't want to have to do it, and neither does Kurt nor the rest of the CRG leadership.

Thanks for your adherence to this, and for your patience.

Rich
CRG Coordinator
14  Camaro Research Group Discussion / Originality / Re: 1967 396 on: February 26, 2007, 05:35:45 PM
I'm on travel this week, so my thanks to Kurt for providing some high-level guidance to this thread to keep this topic from going high order.  I appreciate that emotions can run high when a favorite subject is discussed, but we need to 1) focus on facts, 2) avoid personal attacks, and 3) if attacked - take the high road in your reply (or don't reply at all) - believe me, those that do this are noticed and respected.

CRG has no wish to have to tightly moderate these various boards, but we also will not tolerate uncivil on-forum behavior.  When needed we will censure posts, and we have in extreme cases revoked forum rights (only once in our history).

As to the technical content that was - in part - being discussed, I have a few opinions, but I also believe there is a shortage of facts, and while several pronouncements and assessments could be made, I think the primary question asked does not yet have a clean answer, requires more research, and - may not ever have a clean answer.

All three of these cars have a unique and respected history, and should be enjoyed for what they each bring to the hobby.

Rich
15  Camaro Research Group Discussion / General Discussion / New CRG Research Report - Bellhousing Alignment on: February 09, 2007, 03:59:09 PM
Jerry MacNeish - CRG member for several years - has joined the author list of significant contributors to the CRG site with his new CRG report on bellhousing alignment for manual transmission cars - see http://www.camaros.org/bellhousings.shtml

Jerry has more in the hopper, and we're looking forward to seeing the results from his next topics.

Thanks Jerry, for a great article!

Rich
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