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  • BobPalma
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    Go for it, Leonard! BP

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  • BobPalma
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    Interesting Link w/ Studebakers

    This page includes a link to Famous Studebakers.

    The "Famous Studebakers" are all brochure pictures most of us have seen many times, but it distinctly says "Copyright 2007 New York Times" below each of them. Perhaps some legal beagle on the forum can explain how a contemporary entity can copyright something that was prepared and published by a now-defunct automobile manufacturer and distributed free in scores of thousands of showroom brochures 50 years ago... [}]

    (Note to Bob Shaw: Please delete this thread if I've violated any copyright laws!)

    Interesting link nonetheless. [Now that we've settled who had the first muscle car ([:0][^][xx(]), we can discuss who had the first SUV, per this link's suggested claim for the Travelall...are they forgetting the pre-WWII Suburban?] We're off! BP

    http://www.nytimes.com/pages/automob...GAUclassiccars

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  • lstude
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    Larry Swanson told us in the editors meeting at South Bend that anything published is automatically copyrighted. If I understood him correctly, [u]everything</u> is copyrighted!

    If that is true, I posted that picture of the Lark wagon on this forum before the NY Times, so I can sue them for violating my copyright! [:0]

    Leonard Shepherd
    http://leonardshepherd.com/

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  • lstude
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    Interesting Link w/ Studebakers

    Larry Swanson told us in the editors meeting at South Bend that anything published is automatically copyrighted. If I understood him correctly, [u]everything</u> is copyrighted!

    If that is true, I posted that picture of the Lark wagon on this forum before the NY Times, so I can sue them for violating my copyright! [:0]

    Leonard Shepherd
    http://leonardshepherd.com/

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