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New Moderator

Post by KevinB » Thu Nov 20, 2008 8:41 pm

Hi Folks:

You may have noticed on the right side of the forum index that I have been added as a moderator. Chris and I discussed this and I volunteered to help administer the day to day moderation of the forums to allow Chris more family / work / personal time.

I will continue Chris' efforts at maintaining an open dialogue forum for discussions, open to those with forum accounts, sharing a common affection for these little I-Cars, with room for healthy debates, while still be "family" safe.

I will only excercise to remove the sticky from old discussions, to remove personal attacks, vulgar or offensive language, overtly adult content, spam, and blatant sales pitches which have not passed the muster of the BOD (or any committee approved by the BOD).

I appreciate all of your efforts in keeping both the Fiat / Lancia community and this forum a welcome place for all who share our love of the little I-cars.

best regards,
85 Bertone (24k orig miles)

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Post by sjmst2 » Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:18 pm

Good luck and thanks!
Sam G.
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1981 Fiat Spider
2012 Fiat 500

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Post by Jim Herzog » Sat Nov 22, 2008 6:57 pm

Glad to hear of your news.

Thanks for "stepping up to the plate".

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Yes, Thanks!

Post by janet70 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:02 pm

Moderation is a good thing.
My thanks also for your help in keeping FLU family friendly.
Janet Bailey

Now- "Rosie" the 2012 FIAT Prima Edizione #365, color- Rosso
"Sparky" the 1970 Fiat 124 Spider, rebuilt 1438cc engine, repainted #120 Racing Red
"Reggie the Wedgie" the 1980 Fiat X1/9, colors metallic brick red and pewter two-tone

Then-1978 Fiat Spider, 1756cc engine. Stripped, parted out, cannibalized and junked
1976 Fiat X/19

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