[CR]Flying Scot Website.............

(Example: Framebuilders:Mario Confente)

Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 22:27:21 +0100
From: "Bob Reid" <bob.reid1@virgin.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
In-Reply-To: <v04210101b91c1a78494a@[64.133.130.174]>
Subject: [CR]Flying Scot Website.............

To those who have a good sense of taste and the ability to recognise a good thing when they see one, I've some good news.......

My Flying Scot website finally exhausted the "free" space it has been parked on for the last three years. It's today been shifted on block to a more bulky and expandable habitation - complete with it's own user friendly address.....

http://www.flying-scot.co.uk/ (mapped)

I've also added a few additional pages over the whole site including more "readers partner" pictures and helpful hints to distinguish between these machines and the more mundane Confente / Masi dross (couldn't miss could I)

I'd appreciate it if those friendly folks that have already linked to the original site would update the link to the latest one above - and also let me know so I can reciprocate the link. Anyone who would like there own "classic" site wether trade or private to have free publicity should also let me know ! If you've no time to update your link right now, don't worry - at least for a short while the old pages will automatically route you to the home page on the new one.

Also appreciated would be any hints, comments, criticisms (scathing or mild) whatever - and even more so, some contributions from all those Scot owners in Canada (Open 'C'), the US, and of course - this side of the pond........

Well that's enough of the free plug - and I apologise to any offended Masi/Confente owners in case they had children sitting near by.....

best regards,

Bob Reid Stonehaven Scotland

http://www.flying-scot.co.uk (mapped)