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Starting from 2000 I've had a continuous subscription to Y-Block magazine. I have decided to let this vast collection go and first offer is to the Y-Block guys here. I believe I am missing two issues that I loaned and never got back. That's 120 issues! Make me an honest offer and don't forget to figure shipping. I could possibly deliver to Ohio next year at the Y-Block Nationals. I'll give this a week and then go for EBAY etc.. Located in Manchester, NH 03102.
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What two issues are you missing?  There’s always the slim chance I may be able to help you out.   Feel free to email me.  My contact info is at   www.eatonbalancing.com .


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I don't remember Ted and I'm not sure if I want to organize the whole stack. I'll give it some thought.Smile

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Looking for McCullouch VS57 brackets and parts. Also looking for 28 Chrysler series 72 parts. And early Hemi parts.

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Manchester, New Hampshire
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don't do it, don't give in to the pressure to downsize! You need those magazines my friend! They are worth their weight in gold!


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Since Moonshadow brings up letting his Y-block Magazine collection go, my subscription renewal is due.. Time is fleeing on & unfortunately those of us that remember the Y-Block originally, are fading away.. While there has been some resurgence of interest in the engine in the recent past, supported aptly by people like Ted Eaton & John Mummert, it seems to me as though interest & contributions to the magazine  & to this site to some degree, have stalled to some extent. Am I wrong?  In the case of Y-Blk Mag's Editor, Bruce Young, he is no longer a spring chicken either. How much longer will it be published ? It saddens me to think about it, but it seems a reality.. In my case, my "mentor" so to speak, for the Y-Block engine from many years go, was travelling this spring in Germany, when he took sick with the "Covid 19" & then passed away in hospital with a heart attack.. He was about 2-1/2  yrs older than me....
N.B - just realised this probably belongs under "this & that" if anywhere, but I don't know how to transfer it..            


Paul


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