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|11th December 2008, 14:30||#16|
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I am a newbie on this site. I think I made a very wise decision joining this site, though there are too many restrictions on new members being able to upload their car pictures here and share stuff about them! But if we get to interact with a databank like yourself, all inconveniences are acceptable.
The moderators here seem very co-operative (thanks Rehaan for doing up a new thread for me "My '62 Herald" - I really appreciate it).
As you have rightly pointed out, there are many members who do not contribute as much as they could. Will include myself in the list. But the possible reason is the amount of time consumed in the process. For most people here, cars are a passion but work is priority. I am obsessed about my cars and now to this site! Checking the new posts here has become a priority, the very first thing that I do when I am on my desk in office.
But that's a good perspective you have put across to all members here. My abilities lie in bodystyle modifications. Hope to be of some use in the modification section. Am also a keen classic car enthusiast - especially convertibles of all makes.
Hope to be able to co-operate as best as I can on this site after your motivational post.
|12th December 2008, 13:28||#17|
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Hi Love her(ald),
Why dont you put up an intro as well when you find the time.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/announ...-benefits.html (Explanation of Membership Levels (Newbie, BHPian etc) & Their Benefits)
These are some steps we have to take in order to ensure quality with such a large member-base.
Feel free to use the REPORT POST button anytime you need assistance from the moderators.
|12th December 2008, 22:44||#18|
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Join Date: May 2007
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Welcome aboard, Sir ! Through Karl's posts some of us are aware that you are akin to an encyclopedia when it comes to vintage and other old era cars. Looking forward to reading more stuff from you.
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