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Old 01-22-2011, 09:03 PM
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I think I just bought mine on Ebay as opposed to bidding on it. . . . Vol 1 No 3.

The same issue is still available for $11 (includes shipping) at

http://cgi.ebay.com/THUNDERBIRD-ILLU...item3f049a01df

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Just so you know, I am working on putting the "Thunderbird Illustrated" articles that apply to the 1958-1966 Tbirds into the Technical Resource Library in my "spare" time. simplyconnected has been taking this Old Dog to school and teaching me how to work with Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat to clean up, border, and set up these pages better. It IS possible to teach an Old Dog new tricks. The problem is in remembering everything he is drilling into me! This Old Dogs memory might not be as good as it used to be! It seems that all I want to do is to lay on the porch and scratch my ear with my hind leg trying to remember what he taught me! But I am getting there and in a few days, I hope to have the first six articles from the first volume, editions 1 & 2 online. I will let you know. Dave is a very good teacher and I much appreciate the help.
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I appreciate all the time and effort Ray is putting into this project for the benefit of ALL of us. After he is done, you will all want to see his compiled PDF, which includes the articles pertaining to Thunderbirds, in chronological order, and with bookmark searches.

Thanks again, Ray. You're doing all the work, but we appreciate your hard efforts, dealing with the learning curve. Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Acrobat are heavy-duty programs that produce beautiful results. I can't wait to see the finished book. - Dave
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