I know about closing a thread. I was a web developer before I retired and the ADMIN's just want to make their life easier, deleting the thread does not create any issues.
I did not ask to have the thread closed, I asked about deleting it.
What happened here is like going to a restaurant and ordering Chicken Parm dish and the person waiting on you brings you a Chicken sandwich. When you say something about that is not what you ordered they say back to you that it is Chicken, same thing!
Bruce, you know as well as I do, the Admins don't want to have to do any work with making their databases ACID-compliant and constantly having to run maintenance on it to keep it from having any orphaned nodes/tables. They call it pro-active, some of us who work in IT call it laziness. I seem to recall somewhere on the site it says that WE (the members) own our posts and are entitled to have them deleted if we so desire. It was done before on the pre-migration site and should be no reason why it can't be done now, except that would make more work for them.
Obnoxious posts are deleted all the time, what's the big deal here with deleting yours?
the coolest chevy cars/trucks made, definitely best El Camino made and that's stating facts according to the numbers. Numbers sold that is. There is no close second but yet companies like this go out of there way to make parts for every ugly car made. Stop blacklisting 1974 El Camino...
Sold my 70 El Camino SS today to another Chevy guy who I know will take good care of it. Sold it for a good price considering it was undocumented.
As I get older I realize that life is more than cars and with that in mind the wife and I bought a new 25' Airstream Flying Cloud last February...
"...In the process, the cab was moved back into the bed, and the doors eliminated, which resulted in a set of sunroof-like doors. "
1971 SS 454, M22 El Camino - Well FINALLY after 14 Years I finally declared my project done. It started life as a SS bought @ Ricardson Chevrolet in Houston Texas. I bought it in 2005 and in December 2006 started body off resto. after losing my daughter the project stopped for 5 yrs. then I...
How about a thread for everybody to contribute to. I am taking this idea from a different forum that I read/post on. When you see an El Camino, post a photo of it. I saw this one today while I was working.
1969 El Camino sighted at AAA Rock quarry in Monroe, Wa.
Who knows, somebody may post...