MLU FORUM  

Go Back   MLU FORUM > MLU ADMIN > Support Maple Leaf Up!

Notices

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #31  
Old 29-07-11, 23:39
Stewart Loy Stewart Loy is offline
T-16, C15A
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Out in the woods near Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Posts: 853
Default $1 a week ...

.. does not seem like a lot, but if everybody did it, there would be lots for the site we all claim to value to much.

And just 15 cents a day ... like Nigel W. says 'easy peasy'.


Stewart

PS - how is the final volume of the Carrier series going Nigel??

.

Last edited by Stewart Loy; 29-07-11 at 23:48. Reason: draft version submitted in error.
Reply With Quote
  #32  
Old 30-07-11, 05:14
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Hammond, Ontario
Posts: 4,408
Default Back at the old game again......

.... we need money to run the site but no one will inform the membership of the true cost of running MLU.

Why are we so afraid of hurting people's feelings or being up front with the reality of life.... nothing is free anymore......

A lot of members may not even have a remote clue of the realistic cost of running MLU.

Other forums have a "Wall of Fame" where donors are listed and kept updated.... members can see by date the last time they contributed...some have a ranking system for big time givers...smaller contributors are also ALL recognized.

Most Hospitals in Ontario have a wall that lists all the donors, benefactors and small supporters.... some have sold bricks with family names on them.....

What they heck are we afraid......???

We have tremendous team of volunteers working unseen and I fear not fully appreciated.... they should be listed on the first line.

There was a lot of chit chat and wispering when Geoff was running the forum and God bless his soul, he left us quite an heritage..... we should have learned from that experience that there is a need to be transparent with the membership.

I support being up front...posting operating expenses..... with no veto from the membership for financial decisions taken by the volunteers.....suggesting a contribution amount so the volunteers can budget for future operational needs.....even building a reserve for unforeseen events....... recognising donrs large and small and if some are offended that they are not listed for not supporting this fine forum as donors.... though titty !!!!

The forum has never run as good as it is now...... and as reliable....

If we are timely and responsible, we will not be subject to mandatory registration fees..... or advertising and/or painful popups.... or risk frustrating our volunteers with shoe string finance.

My Canadian 5 cents worth.

I have made donations in the past and will continue to do so..... that is why I fell entitled to posting my opinion.

Bob Carriere
__________________
Bob Carriere....B.T.B
C15a Cab 11
Hammond, Ontario
Canada
Reply With Quote
  #33  
Old 30-07-11, 06:08
aj.lec's Avatar
aj.lec aj.lec is offline
Andrew
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: N.S.W AUSTRALIA
Posts: 1,623
Default

I agree with Bob and Stewart
How much are the running expenses ?
Set a price per member and run with it
It is a great site and would be a great loss to lose it because of some tightwads . If they dont want to pay their share limit access and it is their loss
I have just kicked in a $50 .Cheap for the info and stories
Many thanks to all the volunteers and management for the great work they do
__________________
Have a good one
Andrew

Custodian of the "Rare and Rusty"
Reply With Quote
  #34  
Old 30-07-11, 13:12
Bob Moseley (RIP)'s Avatar
Bob Moseley (RIP) Bob Moseley (RIP) is offline
RIP
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Posts: 2,643
Default Membership Fees

Hi all - most clubs I am associated with have an annual fee of about $50. I am prepared to pay that.

Bob
__________________
Chevrolet Blitz Half-Track Replica - Finished and Running
Ford F15 - unrestored
Ford F15A X 2 - unrestored
Website owner - salesmanbob.com
Reply With Quote
  #35  
Old 30-07-11, 13:21
Bob Moseley (RIP)'s Avatar
Bob Moseley (RIP) Bob Moseley (RIP) is offline
RIP
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Posts: 2,643
Default Re. Membership Fees

It is in the MLU Bank.

Bob
__________________
Chevrolet Blitz Half-Track Replica - Finished and Running
Ford F15 - unrestored
Ford F15A X 2 - unrestored
Website owner - salesmanbob.com
Reply With Quote
  #36  
Old 30-07-11, 15:05
Stewart Loy Stewart Loy is offline
T-16, C15A
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Out in the woods near Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Posts: 853
Default As usual ...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob Carriere View Post
.... we need money to run the site but no one will inform the membership of the true cost of running MLU.

Why are we so afraid of hurting people's feelings or being up front with the reality of life.... nothing is free anymore......

A lot of members may not even have a remote clue of the realistic cost of running MLU.

Other forums have a "Wall of Fame" where donors are listed and kept updated.... members can see by date the last time they contributed...some have a ranking system for big time givers...smaller contributors are also ALL recognized.

Most Hospitals in Ontario have a wall that lists all the donors, benefactors and small supporters.... some have sold bricks with family names on them.....

What they heck are we afraid......???

We have tremendous team of volunteers working unseen and I fear not fully appreciated.... they should be listed on the first line.

There was a lot of chit chat and wispering when Geoff was running the forum and God bless his soul, he left us quite an heritage..... we should have learned from that experience that there is a need to be transparent with the membership.

I support being up front...posting operating expenses..... with no veto from the membership for financial decisions taken by the volunteers.....suggesting a contribution amount so the volunteers can budget for future operational needs.....even building a reserve for unforeseen events....... recognising donrs large and small and if some are offended that they are not listed for not supporting this fine forum as donors.... though titty !!!!

The forum has never run as good as it is now...... and as reliable....

If we are timely and responsible, we will not be subject to mandatory registration fees..... or advertising and/or painful popups.... or risk frustrating our volunteers with shoe string finance.

My Canadian 5 cents worth.

I have made donations in the past and will continue to do so..... that is why I fell entitled to posting my opinion.

Bob Carriere

... very well said.


Stewart
Reply With Quote
  #37  
Old 30-07-11, 15:32
chris vickery's Avatar
chris vickery chris vickery is offline
3RD ECHELON WKSP
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Nipissing Ontario Canada
Posts: 2,669
Default

Flat fee, yearly, kick off all the baggers.
__________________
3RD Echelon Wksp

1968 M274A5 Mule Baifield USMC
1958 M274 Mule 2cyl (4cyl engine waiting for transplant!)
1970 M38A1 CDN3 70-08715 1 CSR
1981 MANAC 3/4T CDN trailer
1983 M1009 CUCV
1971 M35A2

RT-524, PRC-77s,
and trucks and stuff and more stuff and and.......

MLU, MVPA, G503, Steel Soldiers, FMVA
Reply With Quote
  #38  
Old 30-07-11, 17:05
Little Jo's Avatar
Little Jo Little Jo is offline
Tony VAN RHODA
 
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Strathalbyn South Australia
Posts: 847
Default Fees

Hi All

I have only been a member for 12 months and was a complete novice and at times reluctant to ask a question or seek advice for fear of making a fool of myself. But I am so grateful to the members of MLU who have been so helpful with their support and assistance during my first restoration project, now completed and something I am proud of. I knowing full well I could not have done it alone.

I love the friendly banter between the members and I follow each and every comment made on the MLU forum which really makes me feel I am part of a larger fraternity of people with similar interests around the world. I feel to be part of such a wonderful group you must pay to ensure we continue to stay viable.

In this life you get nothing for nothing and to pay a membership of $50 a year, or around a dollar a week is small change for what we get out of the MLU membership.

Cheers

Tony
__________________
Anthony (Tony) VAN RHODA.
Editor/Publisher; WVCG Magazine
1942 MB Willy Jeep. (Sold)
1944 No:4 Australia Army Trailer (Sold)
1990 Perentie Land Rover (Sold)
Reply With Quote
  #39  
Old 30-07-11, 17:18
c dressel's Avatar
c dressel c dressel is offline
Carl Dressel CT113184
 
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Port Colborne, Ontario
Posts: 33
Default

Im in let me know
__________________
Carl Dressel
Port Colborne, Ontario.

UC2 MK1-1942,SER 10217, H#CB9208, LH 9233 CT-113184

M38A1,1/4 Ton, 1952, ORD. 630

M135-CDN, 2 1/2 Ton, 1953, ORD. 2720
Reply With Quote
  #40  
Old 30-07-11, 21:10
Alex Blair (RIP) Alex Blair (RIP) is offline
"Mr. Manual", sadly no longer with us
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Ottawa ,Canada
Posts: 2,917
Default Welcome..again..

Quote:
Originally Posted by Little Jo View Post
Hi All

I have only been a member for 12 months and was a complete novice and at times reluctant to ask a question or seek advice for fear of making a fool of myself. But I am so grateful to the members of MLU who have been so helpful with their support and assistance during my first restoration project, now completed and something I am proud of. I knowing full well I could not have done it alone.

I love the friendly banter between the members and I follow each and every comment made on the MLU forum which really makes me feel I am part of a larger fraternity of people with similar interests around the world. I feel to be part of such a wonderful group you must pay to ensure we continue to stay viable.

In this life you get nothing for nothing and to pay a membership of $50 a year, or around a dollar a week is small change for what we get out of the MLU membership.

Cheers

Tony
Tony..We are always glad to have such high caliber members such as yourself..
That partake and share ..that is what this forum is all about..
And over the years those of us that can travel around to other country's and get together with other members that we have met through the MLU forum..That has been our founding fathers ,Jeff..AKA JIF Winnington-Ball's greatest accomplishment and we, the great unwashed ,mean to keep his dream alive and carry on with his good work..
Wea all use are own names here and locations and over the years many of us now know each other ..which never would have happened with out his guidance and this forum..
So carry the message on and support us..post lots and enjoy the time we have together..
I'm curious about your handle ..Little Jo..
1.You are either little in stature..
2.You look like little Joe on the old TV series Bonanza..
3.or you are 6'19"..just a couple of inches shorter than our biggest Dutchman,Hanno,who is 6"21"....
4.Other
'Fess up..
We need a laugh..
__________________
Alex Blair
:remember :support :drunk:
Reply With Quote
  #41  
Old 30-07-11, 21:58
c dressel's Avatar
c dressel c dressel is offline
Carl Dressel CT113184
 
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Port Colborne, Ontario
Posts: 33
Default MLU dues

Just wanted to get an address that I can send my fees too I am not on with paypal and not sure if I trust it, but am open I guess. As soon as I get the address I will send it off
Thanks
__________________
Carl Dressel
Port Colborne, Ontario.

UC2 MK1-1942,SER 10217, H#CB9208, LH 9233 CT-113184

M38A1,1/4 Ton, 1952, ORD. 630

M135-CDN, 2 1/2 Ton, 1953, ORD. 2720
Reply With Quote
  #42  
Old 31-07-11, 02:24
Little Jo's Avatar
Little Jo Little Jo is offline
Tony VAN RHODA
 
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Strathalbyn South Australia
Posts: 847
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Alex Blair View Post
So carry the message on and support us..post lots and enjoy the time we have together..
I'm curious about your handle ..Little Jo..
1.You are either little in stature..
2.You look like little Joe on the old TV series Bonanza..
3.or you are 6'19"..just a couple of inches shorter than our biggest Dutchman,Hanno,who is 6"21"....
4.Other
'Fess up..
We need a laugh..
Alex

Thank you for your kind comments. Makes us little folk feel accepted. You asked about my handle "Little Jo" It is two fold.. "Little Jo" is the name I gave my 1942 MB Willys Jeep Restoration Project and is also the name of my wife, that kept me in the good books while messing up our garage working on the Jeep. I have also named the Jeep "Little Jo".

I wish I was as tall as Little Joe in the Bonanza Series, but alas, I am only a wee lad of 5' 9" who over the years has put on the odd pound/kilo or two, as you will see in the attached photo. but unfortunately it was a cold day and the jacket is rather bulky.

Most Dutch people are tall and slim. I follow my mothers side in height and stature. My father was around six foot the shortest in his family, his father was 6' 2". The only tall one of the family is my brothers daughter who was already six foot at 16 years of age, she must have been a throw back.

You refer to Hanno height, I bet he has no problems in a crowd watching a football game but he might have a wee problem getting in my Jeep. I was an MP in the Army, 1965 - 1975, and was the shortes bloke in the unit which made it easy when sizing on parade, I just moved to the end of the line.

After I retired from work I decided to take up my jeep restoration project, something I had always wanted to do but never seem to have had the time to do. I ran into an old mate, Bob Moseley, AKA: Salesman Bob, an MLU member who rekindled my interest in military vehicles. Oh how I wish I had started the project 20 or so years ago when I had the shedding and property. I am a member of the South Australian "Wartime Vehicles Conservation Group" of South Australia, a group of like minded guys, One of the members to my surprise was one of my old Sergeant's boy that bought back memories.

Well Alex I hope I have answered your questions, I look forward keeping in touch with as many MLU member as possible and who knows we may even meet in the future at some venue. I am looking forward to going to the 2012 Corowa week long show and hope to meet fellow MLU members there, I believe some overseas MLU members also attend.

Cheers

Tony
Attached Thumbnails
TONY AND JEEP.jpg   DSC01995.jpg  
__________________
Anthony (Tony) VAN RHODA.
Editor/Publisher; WVCG Magazine
1942 MB Willy Jeep. (Sold)
1944 No:4 Australia Army Trailer (Sold)
1990 Perentie Land Rover (Sold)
Reply With Quote
  #43  
Old 31-07-11, 02:31
Hanno Spoelstra's Avatar
Hanno Spoelstra Hanno Spoelstra is offline
MLU Administrator
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 10,839
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by c dressel View Post
Just wanted to get an address that I can send my fees too I am not on with paypal and not sure if I trust it, but am open I guess. As soon as I get the address I will send it off
Carl,

Sent you a PM.

Regards,
Hanno
Reply With Quote
  #44  
Old 31-07-11, 03:16
Hanno Spoelstra's Avatar
Hanno Spoelstra Hanno Spoelstra is offline
MLU Administrator
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 10,839
Exclamation

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob Carriere View Post
.... we need money to run the site but no one will inform the membership of the true cost of running MLU.
Bob et al,

There is nothing secret about it, but the fact is that the true cost of running MLU is not known - yet. Up to now we have been depending on free help from a lot of people, some not even MLU members. Plus we have not factored in all the cost to be able to calculate the true cost of running MLU.

When Geoff passed away, Brian Gough and I secured a couple of mapleleafup.xyz domain names to make sure we had a URL to move to. Cost? I could look it up for you, but it is small change to me.

Later I worked with Shawn to move the MLU database and forum software to a virtual private server. Shawn has the experience and talents to carry out this work, and this being his Dad's legacy he set up a server for which he only charges MLU $30 a month. He is one of our volunteers as he did not charge for his time spent on migrating MLU from .org to .net. Plus he continues spending time every now and then on backups and maintenance.

I am not sure if this cost will increase because we use more server space or bandwidth in the (near) future or if we need to hire specialists to solve problems Shawn might not be able to solve. Indeed the forum runs trouble free and stable right now, but who knows what the future might bring. Remember one of those hack attacks we had in the past?

We will have to add to this any costs we will have to make for new vBulletin software licences (we are still using Geoff's licence) and software upgrades.

Also, I would like to establish an association as Geoff and I had discussed many times. This will enable us to put the MLU assets into the association's name. If we do this we will not lose a URL or other assets currently in someone's personal name after he decides to quit or passes away.

And there will be other cost drivers I have not thought of right now. But currently I spend most of the time I have available for MLU on vetting the new members. I wish I could make more time to indulge in the discussions on this forum like a used to do. Plus figure out and set in motion the things mentioned above.

After only five months of operating mapleleafup.net I can conclude it is currently run using a minimal cash flow - no-one runs a cheaper forum right now. Based on this current cash flow, I can assure you MLU is funded until at least the end of this year thanks to the generous donations of quite a few members. I will do everything that is needed to secure the future of MLU in the long run, but count on it to cost us more, both in time and money.

Hope this helps to answer some of your questions - I’m off to bed now if you don’t mind

Best regards,
Hanno
MLU Administrator
Reply With Quote
  #45  
Old 31-07-11, 04:45
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Hammond, Ontario
Posts: 4,408
Default Thank Hanno.....

....and thanks to all the volunteers working in the shadows and doing so much for MLU.

How fast we forget that the transition was only 5 months away....... and that it is still ungoing.

Thanks for informing us of what is happening.... never realized that the true indirect and direct cost of running MLU are still being defined. There was no intention on my part to say that your team of volunteers should be working faster.

In the interim, while finalizing all the current and future cost, if you proposed a funding plan that will provide greater certainty of getting to the end of the year 2011 and provide for some contingency funds (some of ?) the membership will support you and the volunteer team.

Thanks to Shawn for his expertise, time and support.

Bob
__________________
Bob Carriere....B.T.B
C15a Cab 11
Hammond, Ontario
Canada

Last edited by Bob Carriere; 31-07-11 at 04:46. Reason: correcting typos
Reply With Quote
  #46  
Old 31-07-11, 17:20
chris vickery's Avatar
chris vickery chris vickery is offline
3RD ECHELON WKSP
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Nipissing Ontario Canada
Posts: 2,669
Default

Hanno, $$$ on the way.
__________________
3RD Echelon Wksp

1968 M274A5 Mule Baifield USMC
1958 M274 Mule 2cyl (4cyl engine waiting for transplant!)
1970 M38A1 CDN3 70-08715 1 CSR
1981 MANAC 3/4T CDN trailer
1983 M1009 CUCV
1971 M35A2

RT-524, PRC-77s,
and trucks and stuff and more stuff and and.......

MLU, MVPA, G503, Steel Soldiers, FMVA
Reply With Quote
  #47  
Old 31-07-11, 18:28
c dressel's Avatar
c dressel c dressel is offline
Carl Dressel CT113184
 
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Port Colborne, Ontario
Posts: 33
Default $$$$

Has been Sent
__________________
Carl Dressel
Port Colborne, Ontario.

UC2 MK1-1942,SER 10217, H#CB9208, LH 9233 CT-113184

M38A1,1/4 Ton, 1952, ORD. 630

M135-CDN, 2 1/2 Ton, 1953, ORD. 2720
Reply With Quote
  #48  
Old 27-08-11, 22:19
Alex Blair (RIP) Alex Blair (RIP) is offline
"Mr. Manual", sadly no longer with us
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Ottawa ,Canada
Posts: 2,917
Default Help.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Hanno Spoelstra View Post
All,

To keep this forum up and running and make some improvements, I need the help of people who know vBulletin, the software this forum runs on. Some of the things I need figuring out (but lack the time to do so) is:
  • changing the standard messages sent out when one signs up, etc.
  • adding a forum
If you or anyone else has some spare time to get oneself acquainted with vBulletin, please do and post your findings here. Their forum seems to be a good place to start reading and asking questions.

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Hanno
Hi Hanno.
I know you are doing yeoman's duty on the MLU site as well as the rest of our admin troop and am not really familiar enough with computers to volunteer for admin status,but am sending in donation money to Shawn again this year.
I have his address in Waterloo and am sure he has expenses that I can contribute too.
Not into Paypal ..cash is my best weapon.
Anyway I tried to PM Shawn but he is not listed on the site under his real name for maybe obvious reasons..
But will post here as I assume he will get it that way.

Shawn
My yearly donation is on the way to you..
Put it to use where it helps best.
Alex Blair
Ottawa

Will be in the mail Monday.

__________________
Alex Blair
:remember :support :drunk:
Reply With Quote
  #49  
Old 09-04-12, 05:37
Little Jo's Avatar
Little Jo Little Jo is offline
Tony VAN RHODA
 
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Strathalbyn South Australia
Posts: 847
Default Donation 2012

Hi Hanno

I noted that my diary showed it was time for my donation. Sent today via PayPal. Keep up the good work.

Cheers

Tony
__________________
Anthony (Tony) VAN RHODA.
Editor/Publisher; WVCG Magazine
1942 MB Willy Jeep. (Sold)
1944 No:4 Australia Army Trailer (Sold)
1990 Perentie Land Rover (Sold)
Reply With Quote
  #50  
Old 09-04-12, 07:11
r.morrison r.morrison is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: vancouver b.c.
Posts: 591
Default Easter Egg Sent!!

Hi Hanno : Have forwarded on a donation via Paypal, tonight. I also noticed there were only 36 members who coughed up some dough, as per your entry. I thought the forum had a lot more contributing members than that, which does not include monies sent to Shawn.
If you need more money, I have some ideas to raise money for support IE: Chris Vickery and the T Shirts.
Thanks to you and your team for the support and the effort you people put forth to keep the dream alive. I can see by the comments earlier, that you really can't put a price on this!!!
Carry on carrying on! Robert...... aka Van Pro Decorating Ltd Vancouver B.C. Canada.

PS: Bruce Harris will be forwarding on his sizeable donation this week, even though he doesn't know it.....yet!
Reply With Quote
  #51  
Old 09-04-12, 14:09
Hanno Spoelstra's Avatar
Hanno Spoelstra Hanno Spoelstra is offline
MLU Administrator
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 10,839
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Little Jo View Post
I noted that my diary showed it was time for my donation. Sent today via PayPal. Keep up the good work.
Thank you, Tony!
Reply With Quote
  #52  
Old 09-04-12, 14:18
Hanno Spoelstra's Avatar
Hanno Spoelstra Hanno Spoelstra is offline
MLU Administrator
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 10,839
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by r.morrison View Post
Have forwarded on a donation via Paypal, tonight. I also noticed there were only 36 members who coughed up some dough, as per your entry. I thought the forum had a lot more contributing members than that, which does not include monies sent to Shawn.
Robert, thanks for your donation! Have added your name to the register of supporters. Here's hoping some more members will do their bit to support the forum.

Regards,
Hanno
Reply With Quote
  #53  
Old 09-04-12, 14:21
Hanno Spoelstra's Avatar
Hanno Spoelstra Hanno Spoelstra is offline
MLU Administrator
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 10,839
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by r.morrison View Post
If you need more money, I have some ideas to raise money for support IE: Chris Vickery and the T Shirts.
I would support this sort of activities, but other than Geoff, I do not plan to run a type of merchandising program myself.

Long time MLU members can contact me to make arrangements to use the MLU logo and forum to sell merchandise, with part of the profits going towards the upkeep of MLU.

Thanks,
Hanno
Reply With Quote
  #54  
Old 09-04-12, 18:18
Mike Cecil Mike Cecil is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Colbert, Washington, USA
Posts: 1,547
Default

Hanno,

Contribution sent.

When's the 'shareholders meeting' in Canada ??? .... I wouldn't mind a quick trip over the 'north fence' to visit my Canadian cousins!

Mike C
Reply With Quote
  #55  
Old 09-04-12, 19:09
Alex Blair (RIP) Alex Blair (RIP) is offline
"Mr. Manual", sadly no longer with us
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Ottawa ,Canada
Posts: 2,917
Default Ottawa Trip

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike Cecil View Post
Hanno,

Contribution sent.

When's the 'shareholders meeting' in Canada ??? .... I wouldn't mind a quick trip over the 'north fence' to visit my Canadian cousins!

Mike C
Mike ..
The Ottawa area shareholders have all kinds of MLU meetings...usually involving beer drinkin',lie tellin',rust...old paint...gas fumes..and skinned knuckles..and long discussions on everything under the sun.

These meetings happen usually when kindred spirits visit the Ottawa area..
Just let us know when you are coming and we will give you instructions to the meeting place or make arrangements to meet you to get you to the meetings..\
We are due or over due now...
Gracies bar and Grill misses us..
__________________
Alex Blair
:remember :support :drunk:
Reply With Quote
  #56  
Old 09-04-12, 19:22
Mike Cecil Mike Cecil is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Colbert, Washington, USA
Posts: 1,547
Default

Alex

Read and Understood!

Will be in touch.....

Mike C
Reply With Quote
  #57  
Old 29-04-12, 10:56
hrpearce's Avatar
hrpearce hrpearce is offline
WO8 C15A 142736
 
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Batlow Road near the Cow & Calf
Posts: 1,832
Default

Annual donation on the way
__________________
Robert Pearce.
Reply With Quote
  #58  
Old 29-04-12, 11:20
gordon's Avatar
gordon gordon is offline
Registered User
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Central Scotland
Posts: 707
Default Had a couple of Groats left

Sent some today to ease the burden

Gordon
__________________
Gordon, in Scotland
Reply With Quote
  #59  
Old 08-05-12, 15:10
Bob Moseley (RIP)'s Avatar
Bob Moseley (RIP) Bob Moseley (RIP) is offline
RIP
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Posts: 2,643
Default Money Sent

Hi all - sold another of the elusive Carrier parts book page 13 and money sent. Also checked and saw that I last paid subscription in July 2011 so sent $50 as well to cover next year.

Bob
__________________
Chevrolet Blitz Half-Track Replica - Finished and Running
Ford F15 - unrestored
Ford F15A X 2 - unrestored
Website owner - salesmanbob.com
Reply With Quote
  #60  
Old 18-05-12, 20:04
Haridimos's Avatar
Haridimos Haridimos is offline
Kostas
 
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Athens, Greece.
Posts: 256
Default

My donation was sent before a while!

Kostas..
__________________
1943 CHEV C8A HUW (under restoration).
1943 FORD F15 cab13 (under restoration).
1940 BSA M20 (90% complete)
1940 NORTON 16H (project waiting)
Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


All times are GMT +2. The time now is 06:06.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright © Maple Leaf Up, 2003-2016