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Old 01-13-2005, 11:53:30 PM
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Hello from Wisconsin!!!!!
What has happened to the magazine "E&E". Have missed at least two copies? Whats going on????
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hello, Do not know about your magazine, I have a subscription to street rodder, had not ecevied two issues, call them up and got told that the postal service had told them that our address no longer existed (?!?) Now, 4 months and 7 isues behind I have been told that most of them are not avaliable. no extras, tough luck...My point, check with the post office before you get the same garbage I did...Also have a question. About a waukesha engine you may be able to answer... Is the waukesha Hesselman design still used?

Sorry for geting on a soap box and then hijacking the thread.

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E&E has been sold. Just recieved a letter from the new publisher. The letter said they had missed the last two issues, but that would be made up. Things change, see what happens.
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