[DML] Re: DeLorean magazines.
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[DML] Re: DeLorean magazines.

I agree with both Phil Peters and Ken Koncelik that a hard copy 
magazine not necessarily has to go down in favor of the electronic 

Our Dutch DeLorean Club only has some 80 members who receive our 
magazine called Dashboard as part of the membership they pay for.
Even in such a small community we have some members that do not have a 
computer, A quarterly magazine like ours is their only contact with 
club and activities.

And yes, it's hard to get paid advertisements. We however are fortunate 
to have a.o. the Dutch AAA contributing by advertising in our magazine.
Members write articles for free, just like your countrymen do, no fee 
promised or given. Sometimes, if of interest our articles are 
translated into English so our foreign sister clubs can benefit of the 
 I guess it's the spirit of being part of something special that keep 
both clubs and magazines alive.
In my opinion this is also applicable to contacts and exchanges between 
In Europe that's unfortunately a bit more difficult than in the US, 
regarding the various languages spoken on this continent, but we manage.



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