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Here's your chance to help us build the site.
Kris and Ron continually make an effort to keep adding new material to
the website, but a little thing called "our jobs" tend to get in the
way. Plus, we need time to play with our cars, too. We have so much to
add, but free time limits things.
We need a few good buffs to help us compile and publish new content on csxinfo.net. Here's
a few way that you can help:
Have you seen our "Alumni" section, People in
Cobra History? We have compiled hundreds of names and would
like to publish short biographies of as many people as possible...those
folks that contributed to the birth and success of the Cobra.
If you have a good library and like to research history, we invite you
to submit a brief capsule of information...two or three paragraphs...
and, ideally, a small portrait picture or two... of your favorite
people from the glory days. Author credit will be given to all
We will begin to publish Feature
Articles about history, cars and people and invite
submissions from our friends here on csxinfo.net. We
would like to start doing spotlight articles on specific cars; we have
a few in the works now. We just might have the chronicle of a CSX2000
restoration, with pictures coming up soon. If you would like to write
an article about any related Cobra topic, please let us know.
We will be covering SAAC-32 in detail this July. If you attend a Cobra
event, show or track, why not write up a quick report and submit it
with pictures? Remember, always identify the cars that you encounter at
these events. Maybe a quick interview with the owner might make a fine
Finally, our Infobase
is a long-term project for documentation and information on
originality. Kris and Ron are doing the compilation. If you see a
section or detail topic that you feel well-versed in, jot down some
notes and submit them for inclusion. This can be a collaborative
effort; your personal knowledge and expertise in specific areas can
help build this knowledgebase.
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