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Richard

Guest
Nice job. Actually, the entire packet looks great!

Richard
 
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ECR staff

Guest
>Nice job. Actually, the entire packet looks great!

Agreed 100%
For as crappy as some clubs newsletters and all are.... this stuff is
top notch!

Mike Smith


ECR
21 Tolman Road, Warren, ME 04864
ph: 207-594-8086 fax: 207-594-8120

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Install costs and overall project costs can not be given as used and
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leonssor@aol.com

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Ditto, very nice surprise in the package. Thank you.

In regards to the picture of anAmphi coming out of the water and getting a ticket on page 13. Thispicture is in the mid 60's and theAmphicar is pulling up on Mackinac Island aongside the Arnold Dock. If you are aware of Mackinac Island, it is 3 miles east of St Ignace which is located just when you get over the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Pennisula.

Anyway, no motor vehicles are allowed on the Island and all transportation is done by bike or horses. This is the largest working horse heard in the US. The Amphipicture is in the Village Inn Restaurant on the wall near the kitchen.
I get to Mackinac Island quite a few times every summer and since an owner of an Amphi, I asked one of the Michigan State Troopers what would happen if I drove my Amphicar onto the Island, he laughed and told me there was a few that did this in the 60's and like them, I would get a ticket if I went up on the road. We laughed when I told himI was going to do this and he told me he would be looking for me.
What I really want to do is go from Cheboygan to Bois Blanc Island to Round Island, park the Amphi in front of the Round Island Lighthouse (famous for scenes from "Somewhere in Time", Christopher Reeves and Jane Seymour) so all the tourists on the ferry boats to and from Mackinac Island could see a car parked on an island and then take the Amphi over to the Marina for the day (and yep on the shore).
-----Original Message-----
From: ECR staff <ecrover@midcoast.com>
To: amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 16:12:44 -0500
Subject: Re: [amphicar-lovers] Membership card


<div class="AOLPlainTextBody" id="AOLMsgPart_0_d1c7b9d6-846f-4241-950d-6321d0b742f9"><tt>>Nice job. Actually, the entire packet looks great!

Agreed 100%
For as crappy as some clubs newsletters and all are.... this stuff is
top notch!

Mike Smith


ECR
21 Tolman Road, Warren, ME 04864
ph: 207-594-8086 fax: 207-594-8120

http://www.eastcoastrover.com

ECR emails are for information exchange only, they are not quotes or
estimates. All work at ECR is done on a time and materials basis.
Install costs and overall project costs can not be given as used and
vintage vehicles vary greatly in condition.

http://www.eastcoastrover.com/FAQ.html




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Mark Richardson

Guest
I have had my car up to Mackinaw also, but failed to make the trip
over to the island. I did cross the bridge with the top down, what a
rush that was. Went to Cheboygan and cruised around the big ice
breaker docked there. I took a picture of the car at the park with
the Big Mac in background you can see on my corner of amphicar.net
(amphi farm). Sat in the keyhole one day with Amphi parked on the
street and watched through the front window as the fudgies stared
and pointed at the car. Great fun. Mark

> In regards to the picture of an Amphi coming out of the water and
getting a ticket on page 13. This picture is in the mid 60's and the
Amphicar is pulling up on Mackinac Island aongside the Arnold Dock.
If you are aware of Mackinac Island, it is 3 miles east of St Ignace
which is located just when you get over the Mackinac Bridge in the
Upper Pennisula.
>
> Anyway, no motor vehicles are allowed on the Island and all
transportation is done by bike or horses. This is the largest
working horse heard in the US. The Amphi picture is in the Village
Inn Restaurant on the wall near the kitchen.
> I get to Mackinac Island quite a few times every summer and since
an owner of an Amphi, I asked one of the Michigan State Troopers
what would happen if I drove my Amphicar onto the Island, he laughed
and told me there was a few that did this in the 60's and like them,
I would get a ticket if I went up on the road. We laughed when I
told him I was going to do this and he told me he would be looking
for me.
> What I really want to do is go from Cheboygan to Bois Blanc Island
to Round Island, park the Amphi in front of the Round Island
Lighthouse (famous for scenes from "Somewhere in Time", Christopher
Reeves and Jane Seymour) so all the tourists on the ferry boats to
and from Mackinac Island could see a car parked on an island and
then take the Amphi over to the Marina for the day (and yep on the
shore).
 
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