<VV> Dealer Sales kits

Sethracer at aol.com Sethracer at aol.com
Thu Jan 7 13:54:03 EST 2016

The dealer kits in the 60's would have had a record for the audio to be  
played while a film-strip - essentially slides strung together to run through 
a  player. Anybody who went to school in the 60's would remember this. Beep 
- move  to the next slide! The only cost involved would be a professional 
transfer of  the images to a fixed digital format, such as a JPG file format. 
Doing this at  home is possible, but quality, unless you have a bunch of 
expensive equipment,  would be spotty. 
Bob - Can you confirm? Do the kits have a film-strip and some sort of  
In a message dated 1/6/2016 10:57:05 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
virtualvairs at corvair.org writes:

On  1/3/2016 8:37 PM, Matt Nall via VirtualVairs wrote:
> I don't  see why that could not be done by someone with the proper
> equipment  and knowledge. Just not by me.
> Bob Helt
>  ========================================================
>  Kevin has spent THOUSANDS  of HIS Dollars to get  his Films  
digitized...special equipment  and then has to be cleaned  up...
> Matt Nall
> Charleston, Oregon
>  http://tinyurl.com/The-Corvair-Patio
>  http://tinyurl.com/Matts-Tech-Pages
To do it really well could be  expensive.
But a decent VHS player can send signal to a video capture  device.
yeah, need time, and some software, and so forth.
here are a  few

Easy  to do a little, hard to do a good job on a bigger  project.


Jay  Maechtlen
'61 2-dr modified w/fiberglass skin,
transverse 3.8  Buick V6 TH440T4 trans

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