Junky Old Cars
RE: Portland Tribune story on the future of durability
I'm a reporter at the Portland Tribune writing a story on why things last and don't last. I'm talking about the Model T in my story and I notice you have a cool photo on your website of an old auto junkyard. I was hoping to get a jpeg and run that photo with my story. Can you help me, please?--- Thank you,
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I had a bit of trouble finding the picture of ancient cars you were describing. If you can give me the link it would help (alas we've been around since 1994 and have over 5000 images online).--- L. Lark
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Thanks for getting back so quick. Here is what I found . . .
The first photo in first row and the second photo on the second row look great.
Can you help?--- Thanks,
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To: Peter Korn
This one beats the hell out of me, although I must admit that that junkyard looks not unlike our offices.
The best I can so for you is to send samples of our "request for review copies of your titles" --- ones we send off to book publishers when we are looking for certain items to feature . . . all to be found under our 'request for review' page,
or this . . .
. . . or this.
I hope these help.--- L. Lark
RE: old-junkyarde picture
Really cool picture of old junk yard. Do you know where I can get a print ? Like your web site!--- Rob Lonneman
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What is it about these derelict old cars? Are trashed-out Model T's and Model A's coming back into fashion?--- L. Lark