Forum Structure

  • Hey Gary.. need any support let me know. BTW I was thinking of getting to the old OANA stuff off Hemmings and perserving it someplace. If you want it could be the start of the "tech gallery"
    CURRENT : [size=8]'05 Pontiac GTO - "Betty2" '71 Opel Kadett - 4 Door Sedan (Limo ) Model 36D - (2.0 L w/ EFI & Auto) - "Mary Ann" '74 Opel Manta - "Ben's Manta" '74 Opel Manta - "Atlas" ( 2.8L w/ 4whl Discs )[/size] PREVIOUS: [size=8]2 Bitters (#491/#439), 1973 Commodore GS, 12+ Mantas, 4 GTs and a few Ascona & Kadetts[/size]
  • I belong to lots of forums and some have great structures that make it very easy to navigate and also find your favorite subject. Alfaowner.com out of England has a great one even though not helpful for me because it does not cater very well to older cars. The technical section in Alfabb.com is better for that. It has a section for all the different models (with a subsection for each model), a section for community discussion (with a different subsection for types of discussion like - Way Off Topic, Rants, Polls, Alfa Discussion, Motoring Discussion), etc... Suggest you go check it out. [url]http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/[/url] Another good one that is easy to navigate and helps you find things is Lotustalk [url]http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/[/url] Of the 10 car forums that I belong to, those 2 are easiest to find things. Opelgt.com has the deepest amount of technical organization in that it matches the service manual but for those of us that are not intimate with the manual, it seems intimidating at first.
    Life is too short to drive boring cars or drink boring beers. Just don't do them at the same time.
  • [quote='DrinkMan','http://classicopels.com/index.php/Thread/3-Forum-Structure/?postID=29#post29']I belong to lots of forums and some have great structures that make it very easy to navigate and also find your favorite subject. Alfaowner.com out of England has a great one even though not helpful for me because it does not cater very well to older cars. The technical section in Alfabb.com is better for that. It has a section for all the different models (with a subsection for each model), a section for community discussion (with a different subsection for types of discussion like - Way Off Topic, Rants, Polls, Alfa Discussion, Motoring Discussion), etc... Suggest you go check it out. [url]http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/[/url] Another good one that is easy to navigate and helps you find things is Lotustalk [url]http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/[/url] Of the 10 car forums that I belong to, those 2 are easiest to find things. Opelgt.com has the deepest amount of technical organization in that it matches the service manual but for those of us that are not intimate with the manual, it seems intimidating at first.[/quote]Thanks for the feedback. I'll check them out. I will be adding models to the years.
  • - Member Projects - Club Talk (like Georgia Opelers "local" meeting stuff) Dieter
    It's D[b][color=#800080]ie[/color][/b]ter [img]http://www.heimue.de/ILKadett.gif[/img] 2.0-16V Opel Collector [img]http://www.heimue.de/ILKadett.gif[/img]
  • [quote='heimue','http://classicopels.com/index.php/Thread/3-Forum-Structure/?postID=83#post83']- Member Projects - Club Talk (like Georgia Opelers "local" meeting stuff) Dieter[/quote]Member Projects are in the "Blog" Club talk Forums:[url='http://classicopels.com/index.php/Board/17-United-States/']United States[/url] Is this one good enough or would you like a GA one? [url='http://classicopels.com/index.php/Board/26-Southeast/']Southeast[/url]
  • [quote='Gary','http://classicopels.com/index.php/Thread/3-Forum-Structure/?postID=86#post86'][quote='heimue','http://classicopels.com/index.php/Thread/3-Forum-Structure/?postID=83#post83']- Member Projects - Club Talk (like Georgia Opelers "local" meeting stuff) Dieter[/quote]Member Projects are in the "Blog"Club talk Forums:[url='http://classicopels.com/index.php/Board/17-United-States/']United States[/url] Is this one good enough or would you like a GA one? [url='http://classicopels.com/index.php/Board/26-Southeast/']Southeast[/url][/quote]Gary, I like the various regions, like Southeast, easier to find and choose. JMTCW