"New Israeli Distributor" would be correct. "The New Distributor for Israel" would also be grammatically correct, and perhaps clearer. Greg Parker Dexter, Michigan Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 17:43:22 GMT From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> To: LouDeeter@aol.com Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [CR]Painting a Derosa--No Decals
i don't know the answer to that but the link
raises another question: i saw reference there
to a "...New Israelian distributor" for derosa.
is "Israelian" the correct way to note this or
should it simply be "...Israeli distributor"?
i wish dbrk still read this list; he would know.
I was reading posts at this website that Derosa hosts and saw one on painting a Derosa. The response from Derosa says that they don't use decals/stickers, but paint the name directly on the paint and then clearcoat it. Does anyone know how long they have been doing this? I would think this is something that started post-CR timeline. Did many builders/painters do this prior to 1983? I had a Tom Kellogg from 1979 that had the letters on the downtube painted. Lou Deeter, Orlando FL