Digital Corvettes is the best Corvette forum on the Internet! I have been a member since 2003 when it was a few months old and am now a moderator on the site. I highly recommend them if you are looking for information on your Corvette or just want to hang around die hard Corvette owners.
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Marcus Bishop has found a good resource for the history of Henry Ford and the Model T. Click on the picture below for more:
I really depend on Super Beetles Only forums to help me with issues or restoration details I had when I work on our '73 VW Super Beetle.
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Evan Roberts has done research on the history of automobiles and found a good source. Click on the picture below for the History of the Automobile in the 20th Century:
Lucy found a good source for the history of the Mini Cooper. Click on the image:
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VW Resource is a great website with lots of good info for
Air Cooled VWs
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I have been a member of Chevy Talk for a long time. I love to read the forum threads that relates to my '53 Chevy Wagon. One day I plan to dive in to rebuild the Wagon and will use this forum's resource at that time.
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Here is a website that has a lot of valuable information for the 1953 and 1954 Chevrolets. I refer to it many times as I work on my 1953 Chevy Wagon.
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On 15 September 2011, I had surgery to remove a mass along with part of my left kidney. The mass was in the early stages of cancer. Since it was found so early, I do not need any follow up treatment. The Doctors and Nurses of MD Anderson in Houston are the best in the world and have become my heroes. If anyone could have a good experience with major surgery, I did. My wife and family took great care of me and I really owe them a lot.
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Here is where I buy parts for the Bug. Bugoholics has a large inventory of new and used parts. If you are looking for original German made body parts for Classic Aircooled VWs be sure to check with Bugoholics.
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Check out Mortec for early Chevy Casting Number interpretations.
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I joined a forum that has a lot of good information specific to XJs.
Lots of great people to hang out with who are willing to help out with their experience and information.
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I have a '03 Z-71 Tahoe and this site has been a big help at times when I was trying to figure out an issue I was having.
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Jared found a timeline of Car History that is a good source of information.
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Lots of great info on Grumpy's Garage.
I refer to this site a lot for my Corvette project.
Here is a link I use often to help diagnose issues we have with Silver Flame, our 2003 GMC Safari Van