All we need now are monetary commitments which are coming in, we don't need actual money sent at this time. I'm sorry that this thread has digressed from Andrew's for sale posting, but that is bound to happen from time to time with popular topics. I'll move the topic to the All GT40 area and link back to the original for sale post:
The pressing question will be are the drawings for sale in the above thread the one folks collectively want, or, is the DVD offered earlier what folks wish? I also have a couple of offers for the DVD for sale that includes all the images scanned, I'm assuming the ~250 drawings that Jimmy listed.
I'll stump up USD $100.00 to help make it happen , can hardly claim to be a DIY guy if I let this opportunity pass... & it might help get rid of that age old Question: Where can I get plans for................
Might have to go without shaving foam & grow a beard for a while to afford it though...............
Ron, and the others, if you compare M. Komosa's drawing list, and the one posted by JimmyMac, they are the same. So if you have multiples offers for the DVD, let choose the best one? And if there is much money collected, why don't you keep the difference for the forum, as I guess that hosting space is not free for you?
What do others think about that?
Waiting for the paypal account address now :thumbsup:
1: I forgot you :shy:
2: I can't judge for everyone if it is worthless
I've read on this forum that there is 2500+ drawings for the entire car... So it's obvious that 250 drawings won't be enough for anybody to re-design the entire car...
Then it's useless for anybody wanting them for building a car.
But, IMO, they are wothless for beeing what they claim to be: originals drawings... This is why I'm in.
Check the list by yourself. There are some assy drawings (particularly wishbones). This can be good for those guessing how is the original set up (even if we would also need informations about where they are located on the chassis, and for that, as stated JimmyMac, there is no chassis assy drawings in the list...)
I agree. The overage, if there is any, will raise Ron's hourly wage for running the Forum and benefiting all of us from about two cents an hour to about 2.03 cents per hour. I think he's more than entitled to it.
I am in with $100 ...., I think if purchased they should only be available to people who support the forum and not freely available to anybody who only registers, this at least would help Ron towards the costs of keeping the forum going.