What happened earlier?
In June 1999, I created with
the help of J.H. my "Stutz-Homepage".
During the following months, I made several changes and added a lot of pictures and facts.
In February 2000, J.H. added
a webcounter on my website.
Within seven months, my start-site was visited 1100 times; my Blackhawk-page was visited almost 500 times.
In October 2000, I renewed my homepage completely and moved it to the Fortunecity-server.
October, 8th: added registry
and original sales literature,
photos of Elvis' Stutzes
October, 9th: "What's new?"-website updated ;-)
October, 12th: added counter
October, 14th: pictures of two cars added
October, 15th: added collectibles "stamps"
October, 23th: added guestbook (old entries are still there), please sign it
October, 28th: renewed website of original sales-literature, added scans of two items
October, 29th: added 1969 prototype to registry
added two HotWheels to the modelcars-website,
photo of James D. O'Donnell added to the company-website
November, 15th: added Blackhawk on "For Sale"-website
November, 16th: added picture of "Curd Jürgens"-stamp
November, 26th: added three cars to registry
1974 2K57Y4P161835 (new pictures)
(that means a green Blackhawk of 1971 and three white Blackhawks from 1974,
two of them with the rare Vega-lights)
two new items on the website of original sales-literature
two more cars for sale
December, 15th: IV-Porte of Kenny Rogers was sold, so I added some pictures of Bob's Classics.
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