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    Stude Swap page

    When I hit my shortcut for the Stude-Swap page I am redirected to the Studebaker vendors page in the Studebaker web ring. I've tried to type in the actual e-address for Studebaker swap, but the same thing happens. Pain in the Dupa. Anyone else experiencing this? Can I stop it? Thanks
    Kelly J. Marion

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    Try this link , its working for me .

    http://www.studebakerswap.com/swap/swap.php


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    It has to do with the Webring code. I was experiencing this on my blog - the Webring people did something with the code where, every so often, it would just "commandeer" the page and take you somewhere else. I got sick of it and pulled the code off my pages.

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    bump. Very cool page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (S) View Post
    bump. Very cool page.
    Another newbie to the page???? Again I ask, why isn't the website being advertised in Turning Wheels or the SDC website???? We can do our own thing without feebay!!!
    Jim

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    Hi Guys :
    Will try this again . All I could get on the ad was Lark parts for sale . email list have been collecting for 40 yrs . What a rip couldn't detail the list I have .

    Old Fart

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    this s the one I've used for ages:
    http://www.studebakerswap.com/swap/swap.php
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    I use the same one as Warren.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarkTruck View Post
    Another newbie to the page???? Again I ask, why isn't the website being advertised in Turning Wheels or the SDC website???? We can do our own thing without feebay!!! Jim
    Jim, et al, if one asks, the answer from the powers that be would probably be something like, "Turning Wheels and the advertising revenue therefrom is the one tangible, income producing asset SDC owns. If SDC encourages owners to buy and sell parts and cars in outside venues which have no SDC affiliation and produces no revenue, it dilutes the brand and ultimately SDC finances."

    What is happening to brick-and-mortar retailers might be instructive. The most profitable part of their business is daily moving to the internet. Those retailers who survive will be those who go with their customers, filling the needs and demands as they evolve. Those who can't or won't figure out how to communicate and service via the internet will die.

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    Hi Guys : I think I finally figured it out I managed to change my ads . Will try a more detailed ad later .

    Old Fart

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    Sounds like an overseas cyber attack to me

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