[Healeys] List quiet
pdzwig at summaventures.com
Mon Oct 24 01:59:37 MDT 2016
I agree that the list is not quite what it was a few years ago; but I have been
on it for more years than I can remember - probably well over 10 years - and it
does go through these fluctuations from time to time.
I have had excellent support from across the globe when I was doing a rebuild
and needed advice. I hope that I have been of some help top others too.
I agree that the "I spotted a Healey in..." may not be of the greatest interest,
but it's a very good way of making contact with local listers who you don't
know. The list itself has come up with new knowledge about Healeys, by combining
members' hard won know-how acquired over many years, too.
Passage of time takes its toll of members and their cars in many different ways.
It's several years since I sold my 100/6 ( ) but I still find it very
worthwhile just to keep an eye on what is going on.
I recommend you should stay. You **will** be missed.
On 23/10/2016 08:36, josef-eckert at t-online.de wrote:
> I suspect many listers left the list, as the quality of this information source
> went so much down over the past months and years.
> This list was a phantastic pool of wisdom about 10 years ago, but nowadays most
> comming through is very low level to my mind.
> Sorry, I am also very close to say good bye as its more wearing what I read than
> Just my opinion, but also the one of several Healey experts I know and who
> already left or just staying quiet and are no more active.
> Josef Eckert
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Dr Peter Dzwig
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