Over a decade of tireless correspondence from North Carolina. Your attention to detail is spot-on and you've repeatedly saved my butt when I publish screwy data
Vancouver Toyota parts manager, hard to believe it's been fifteen years since we were stuck in that dungeon together. Thanks for all of the random tidbits of info
Toyota Geek, your classic brochure collection filled in a ton of gaps and your knowledge of archaic Toyota info was invaluable
During your tenure running Toyota USA's Archive Dept your loans of vintage literature were crucial to completing the archive
Lexus of Portland parts manager, I couldn't believe your stash of old Lexus materials and that you were so willing to part with them until I could get them all scanned, and thanks also for continuing to fill in the gaps with new Lexus brochures when I need them
Your Datsun brochure collection is a thing of beauty and thanks to your obsession I didn't have to beg, steal and kill to fill out that part of the archive
Boxes upon boxes of brochures from your collection just kept arriving, saving me uncountable hours and dollars
The infamous nineties Acura hoarder who generously allowed me to destroy bits of his brochure collection so that other enthusiasts could share the wealth
Reached out to me randomly with a loan and donation of some hard-to-find Mazda brochures. Thanks man!
Tim Eichler @ Autonutt
Tim popped up out of nowhere with boxes of brochures flooding my front porch. Wouldn't ya know it, he wants all of my old brochures in trade! Perfect! Take em!!
Jeff @ ForceFed4
The Indiana Jones of Suzuki brochures, digging them up from the depths of his basement crypt.
Honda fanatic from just outside of Stuttgart, Germany, with some extra time, a scanner and a heart of gold.
You never know who you might meet on eBay
. Over a thousand boxes of beautifully-preserved vintage brochures under his roof and he loves nothing more than to pore through them just to find me something new.