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  • #31
    yes it does, what I'm saying is, if you want the entries to stay in, just enter them as normal, if you don't put test in the description, so I can clean them out.
    Eric C
    SVOCA Webmaster

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    • #32
      Sadly, I entered one there today. We went to a local junk yard and found a 1C 1984 there. Looks like it hasn't been there long, as most of the parts were still on it. It is VIN 1FABP28T6EF132057. I have added it to the registry. :-(
      Gene Beaird,
      86 2R SVO, G Stock,
      Pearland, Texas

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      • #33
        Gene, 2 pics with that one, one is a decent looking 1E, the other looks like it's at a U-pull.... did you select an incorrect pic there by accident ?
        Eric C
        SVOCA Webmaster

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        • #34
          Eric,

          Not sure what happened there. The silver car is what showed up when I selected 'random car' search. I then searched for the VIN, which showed a guy owned the car in Texas. I then added the VIN, with the picture, but when done, there was my picture, and that silver car. The original post on the car by the owner did not include a picture. Does that help?

          I attached just the one picture of the 1C.
          Last edited by gbeaird; 02-20-2016, 11:37 PM.
          Gene Beaird,
          86 2R SVO, G Stock,
          Pearland, Texas

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          • #35
            I'll clean that up.
            generally the variable that gets set gets cleared between viewing a random entry, and adding an actual entry, but there are scenarios where it might not get cleared.
            in the preview -- you can remove that pic, should it happen to show up.

            Thanks for taking the time to enter that poor SVO Gene.
            Eric C
            SVOCA Webmaster

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            • #36
              Thanks, Eric. I didn't spend too much time looking at things after adding the entry. I figured that my search for the old VIN just didn't show a picture that the original owner had posted, but did find it odd that the picture that was displayed was not a 1C.

              Heck, I wasn't 100% sure we had the VIN right. It was VERY hard to read up on the dash. I even had my wife read it a couple of times. The production sticker on the driver's door was completely unreadable.
              Gene Beaird,
              86 2R SVO, G Stock,
              Pearland, Texas

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