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T3: RE: Clymer copyright permission!

Do the difficult material first.  The non-difficult material is easily found
the  Idiot's Guide, Haynes and Bentley manuals.  If anyone is performing
own work they should have these manuals in the first place.  Carbs are the
to come to mind since the Bentley doesn't touch this (Haynes does!)

I'm curious as to the phrasing of your request.  I know you need to contact
publisher but how did you ask (besides politely)?  Did you tell them exactly

what it was for?

    Toby Erkson
    air_cooled_nut@pobox.com  <-- Please use this address for email
    '72 VW Squareback 1.6L bored and stroked to 2.0L
    '75 Porsche 914 1.8L, ORPCA member
    Portland, Oregon, http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/8501/

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Subject: Clymer copyright permission!
Author:  Greg Merritt [SMTP:gregm@vwtype3.org]  at MSXGATE
Date:    4/3/98 5:02 AM

Hey everyone,

     I've received permission to digitize out-of-print Clymer manuals for
web.  Cool!  I'm just about finished with a fuel injection chapter, which I 
should be able to put on the web very shortly.  I know these aren't the 
absolute best manuals, but hey, they do have lots of good info.  The 
earlier Clymer (I have both the '72 & '66 editions) has *lots* of material 
on the earlier cars that's a bit more difficult to get.

     What other sections should I do next after the f.i. chapter?  Carbs?
Body?  Front end?  Lots of the engine & tranny stuff is similar or 
identical to Beetle & Bus, so I think that should have lower priority. 

'69 & '71 Squarebacks
'63 Beetle

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