New chassis data book launch

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You need a bigger book case!
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...and more Jensen books - so many are missing in your library :lol:
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... and a UV filter on your window - that originality guide had red lettering when you bought it.

Supply is now reasonable - see http://www.richardcalver.com/bulletinboard.htm
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Got mine a few days ago and heartily endorse all the comments thanks Richard.

And an honourable mention to Barker for lugging them back to NZ as his baggage allowance ...

is it too soon to ask what's next ? :) Julian
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Printing is still going on and binding will take until the end of the year so for now I'm just handling the work, shipping 'em in, shipping 'em out. Slow process.
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What an amazing achievement this book is. I got mine a couple of days ago through JOC, thanks Raj for such super quick delivery!
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Got mine today ( one week via airmail from down under ). I‘m very very impressed by the amount of detailed information.

Dear Richard- thank you very much for all your efforts!
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Yes, a very good book. Think my dear wife (Raj) has sold approx 22 books thus far. But can’t wait for my hallway to be cleared of new arrivals from Oz.
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Karan / Raj,

Do they still come from Richard in those really useful big Australian Postal Service canvas bags?
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Hi, no they just come in boxes with lots of packaging...
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Hello Karan/Raj,

Does this mean you are taking orders now?
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I've just got my copy.
1st impression: it's f....n' huge!
2nd impression: it's bloody impressive!
Apparently, for the last years Ric acted like a big brother watching carefully our whole Jensen world and tracking movements of individual cars.
Everything is there.
It's a must-have for all die-hard Jensenites.
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Is f....n huge a Polish word?

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John Staddon wrote:Is f....n huge a Polish word?

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No, but it's Polish equivalent would be "kurewsko wielki".
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