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Old 03-10-2002, 16:51   #1 (permalink)
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Well it's got 6 cylinders and a Ford badge

A couple of pics of my other car - a 2000 Ford Cougar. 2.5 l V6 in Rio Red and auto.
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Duratec 2.5 l V6
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Some great photos russell!

Looks like your family has the right choice in cars!

PS. could you reduce the graphic size of the images, as they are fairly large!
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Can you remove those ones and I'll repost smaller ones - they are only at 72dpi ??
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No need too mate., i will edit them in Corel and compress them by 90% which reduces the image size to 77kb.

On dial up they take ages to load, luckly I am on ADSL at home!
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Image size in pixels is what matters on the web. Physical size (cm, inches) + DPI affects your pixel dimensions, but these only matter when printing.

A 600x480 image at 72dpi looks the same as a 600x480 image a 300dpi on a computer.
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They actually came out of Corel - they were way bigger than that when I started (damned multi megapixel cameras).
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Hummm.....the Probe replacement.....

Would love to drive one to see/feel the difference between the two.

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