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Old 9th March 2008, 01:48 AM   #11
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Higher resolution would be good. I had a little trouble reading some parts, especially the schematics.
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Old 9th March 2008, 03:37 AM   #12
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Higher resolution would be good. I had a little trouble reading some parts, especially the schematics.
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Old 9th March 2008, 05:44 AM   #13
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Visited a hoarder-ish friend this afternoon who is my source of old electronics magazines on old electronic stuff in general. Flicking through a few 1958 issues of the late Australian publication, Radio Television and Hobbies .........
When I was a 3rd year apprentice my supervisor gave this to me.
I sealed it up in a bag and purged the oxygen out with some dry nitrogen.
I've been meaning to break it out and photograph all of it one day.

Volume 1 issue 1.

When I'm thinking about retiring I think I'll give it to an apprentice.
It'll be about a hundred years old by then.
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Now Iíve just got the occasional traction issue.

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no such thing.
You have insufficient suspension and tyres.
(you can never have too much power)

Sick minds think alike, I've been fitting EFI to a 253, almost got it sorted and now I'm selling it because I'm having too much fun with my LPG fumigated turbo diesel TD42. My aim is to eventually crack 500Nm with intercooling and water/meth.
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When I was a 3rd year apprentice my supervisor gave this to me.
I sealed it up in a bag and purged the oxygen out with some dry nitrogen.
I've been meaning to break it out and photograph all of it one day.

Volume 1 issue 1.

When I'm thinking about retiring I think I'll give it to an apprentice.
It'll be about a hundred years old by then.

Hey that's pretty cool. I've collected quite a few issues now, but I don't think I have anything much before 1950.

Although your mag is labelled issue 1, it isn't the first issue of the publication, as explained in the attachment below (taken from the nostalgia page of the March 1989 issue of Electronics Australia).

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Old 9th March 2008, 12:29 PM   #16
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Sick minds think alike, I've been fitting EFI to a 253, almost got it sorted and now I'm selling it because I'm having too much fun with my LPG fumigated turbo diesel TD42. My aim is to eventually crack 500Nm with intercooling and water/meth.

It is a lot of fun, so long as things don't blow up . It's also a good way to get rid of money. Good luck with the TD42. 500Nm is a bit on the wimpy side though. You can always scrap the turbo charger and fit an compact, but uprated CAPA centrifugal super charger (google it)


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Old 9th March 2008, 12:36 PM   #17
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OK, I've done the 200dpi (formely 100dpi) scans and are currently uploading them to replace the original files (the links in my opening post go to the new files - refresh your cache if necessary).

I'm on dial up though, so it is taking aaaagggggggggeeeeeeeesssssssssssss............
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I've posted a PDF of the article on the vintage page on my web site:

http://www.pmillett.com/vintage_data.htm

Thanks so much for allowing me to post it - it's a good article...

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