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Old 05-13-2021, 08:13 AM   #1
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Hello, I have the 1933-34 Ford Book, but in Appendix I, only have 1 page. Do you have the following pages of these appendix?

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Old 05-13-2021, 08:16 AM   #2
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Hi Everyone. maicu, I hope I'm reading your question correctly. From what's on the V-8 Club website, the April 2008 document appears to be the most recent set of corrections. Don't have the book so I don't know about the appendices.

This page has the errata for ALL the books.

https://www.earlyfordv8.org/Ford_Boo...orrections.cfm
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My 33-34 book has 4 pages in Appendix I. You can view photos of them here - https://photos.app.goo.gl/RJUKoY1xBqepwfRs7
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I’m very disappointed with my 33-34 book. Not as detailed or helpful as the 35-6 book.
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A new one is in the works similar in depth and breadth to the '32 book (i.e. coverage of commercial vehicles, trucks, and Fords produced outside of the U.S. in addition to thorough U.S. passenger car coverage).
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Old 05-13-2021, 11:10 PM   #7
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I’m very disappointed with my 33-34 book. Not as detailed or helpful as the 35-6 book.
Im disappointed also, because havenīt enougth info aboy 4cyls.
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Old 05-13-2021, 11:33 PM   #8
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The short shrift given '33-'34 fours will be corrected.
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Old 05-18-2021, 03:36 AM   #9
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Any idea when the new one is coming?

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Old 05-18-2021, 06:46 AM   #10
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Thanks to Dave Slater and Trevor Poulsen, the chapter on the uniquely Australian '33-'34s is pretty well done, but the rest is a couple of years away given the limitation of there being only 24 hours in a day.
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Thanks to Dave Slater and Trevor Poulsen, the chapter on the uniquely Australian '33-'34s is pretty well done, but the rest is a couple of years away given the limitation of there being only 24 hours in a day.
Yes Dave, like you I have been fighting to stuff more hours within the typical twenty-four hour cycle. Never got too far with that. In fact, with the increase in gravitational forces (things sure seem to be heavier than they used to), I am finding it even more difficult to stuff more hours in to one rotation.

Guys, please be patient with Mr. Rehor's progress on this book. We all know this book, when completed, will be well worth the weight.
The research required to produce an accurate work is no doubt unimaginable to folks that have not undertaken a similar endeavor.
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Mike,


May we see an enlargement of your avatar photo? I am curious what the guy with what I assume to be a sledge hammer is aiming at.


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May we see an enlargement of your avatar photo? I am curious what the guy with what I assume to be a sledge hammer is aiming at.


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You may also want to pay special attention to that handsome fella with the cap on.
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You're not saying ...
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Nah.... can't be. Can it?
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If it's true, I would quote the old "Virginia Slims" commercial : "You've come a long way, baby".
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Im disappointed also, because havenīt enougth info aboy 4cyls.
My uncle ordered the 33-34 ford book. Too bad it lacks some info.
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Old 05-18-2021, 08:56 PM   #18
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Im disappointed also, because havenīt enougth info aboy 4cyls.
I have the existing '33-'34 book and find it informational. Granted there are details not covered but just think of the amount of time it took to research and prepare all the info that is in the book. I have several first issues of published books on a subject along with the 2nd publishing of the book which contains much more info.

As I've heard said, "remember the first publishing prompts the 2nd revised, publishing". I'll enjoy the first until the second is published, and besides I find new details every time I reread it!

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I have the existing '33-'34 book and find it informational. Granted there are details not covered but just think of the amount of time it took to research and prepare all the info that is in the book. I have several first issues of published books on a subject along with the 2nd publishing of the book which contains much more info.

As I've heard said, "remember the first publishing prompts the 2nd revised, publishing". I'll enjoy the first until the second is published, and besides I find new details every time I reread it!

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Ditto -I appreciate the time that went into making the current book and enjoy reading it as I will the new book -Karl
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If it's true, I would quote the old "Virginia Slims" commercial : "You've come a long way, baby".
My good friend Don managed to photoshop my ugly mug on to the guy in the middle. And, difficult to see, but the cap has "It's Ford for '40" on it - the advertising slogan for 1940 Fords and the title to my recent book.

Just having some fun.

Oh, and note the guy in middle is mostly just watching... seemed appropriate to photoshop my mug on to that guy.
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