PDA

View Full Version : Welcome, rom324 !!


YellowRose
01-23-2017, 12:31 AM
Welcome to Squarebirds, rom324! Jim hales from Florida and owns a 1958, 1963 and 1966 Convertible Tbirds! We always enjoy seeing pictures of our new users Tbird. As a Paid Member if you have anything you want to share with us you can post attachments directly on our server. To become one, have a PayPal account and click on the Donate to Site button at the top right of this Forum. To post attachments as an unpaid user you can create an account on one of the free picture hosting websites, upload your pictures of your Tbird there and post the link to them in Our Rides Forum. Or you can send them to me, Ray Clark ~ YellowRose, John Pizzi ~ jopizz, or Dave Dare, our webmaster ~ simplyconnected and we will post them for you. When you post pictures please set them for 800x600 size for better viewing on the Forum. We have the greatest Tbird Techies from around the world on here. So if you need any help with your Tbirds just post away in the Squarebird, Bulletbird and Flairbird Forum. They will be glad to help. I would recommend that you save my phone number should you ever need to contact me. Should you have any problems navigating our Forum, please contact me, John, or Dave. His phone number is 248-544-8834. Enjoy The Journey!

rom324
01-23-2017, 11:41 PM
I am new to this site but not to Thunderbirds. I have 3 Convertibles, 59,63,66. I always wanted to own one of each series. I was never a small bird fan, however they are great cars as well. I have many questions and will post some pictures as soon as I figure that out. Jim

YellowRose
01-24-2017, 02:05 AM
Hi Jim, some people use the free photobucket service and put their pix on it, or similar free photo hosting sites like that. If you do that, just make sure you set your pix to 800x600pixels, which is the limit for picture size for this Forum. The reason for that is because anything larger causes one to have to scroll back and forth to read what the text has to say. If you don't have a graphic editor to downsize pix, take a look at the PC Help Desk. There you will find several pieces of software you can get to downsize pix with. Welcome aboard!

Dan Leavens
01-24-2017, 08:15 AM
Jim also welcome to our truly international site where you will find some of the most knowledgeable birders around. Ask any questions:confused: answer where you can:) and participate often:D
Great to see another multiple owner and are they registered in the TBird registry on our site?