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A suggestion regarding posting on the FAQ

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Please try to remember to mention the year and model of your car in your post. This would save time for all of us, eliminating the standard “It depends; what year car do you have?” answer…

This is especially helpful if the information you’re looking for is specific to your car (such as it being a ’69 1600, or a ’72 2002, or a ‘74 tii). For example, when asking: “What ballast resistor do I need on my car?”, it would be helpful to know whether you have a ’72 or ’74; reason being the ’72 has a ballast resistor, while the ’74 has that special resistor wire.

And so on.

Thanks to every one of you for sharing your wealth of knowledge on the FAQ; it's a virtual encyclopedia of info here!

-Bob

ps: And to all who celebrate it, a Most Merry Christmas to you!!

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One might put such info in their sig line.

 

Then, they'd need to type it but once.

 

Probably.

 

;-)

 

Cheers,

Edited by ray_

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And it would be realy slick if when you post a seemingly random image to help illustrate a point, one tries to make it somewhat BMW/car related or least slap a BMW logo on it.

 

But what do I know?

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Edited by conkitchen

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One might put such info in their sig line.

 

not sure that helps in my case!  :ph34r:

 

 

folks should also put their location in their profile.  where you are at makes a difference too.

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Geez: you guys are so....predictable! I like to guess -- based on the nuances of your English language usage -- whether the subject car is located in Venice, CA or Venice, IT. And to hell with the sub-model: I'll just assume you have a '66 1600-2, Bristol Gray, unless, of course, I choose to assume you have the last factory turbo to roll off the assembly line! Either way: VERY cool!

Steve

Edited by Conserv

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... based on the nuances of your English language usage --

Steve

Would it not be proper to say "use of English language" instead of "English language usage"

 

but what do I know

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Would it not be proper to say "use of English language" instead of "English language usage"

 

but what do I know

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Would it not be proper to say "use of English language" instead of "English language usage"

but what do I know

B.A. in English Lit = don't gotta follow no rules!

Best regards,

Steve

Edited by Conserv

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Is that a downdraft or a sidedraft?

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