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NEWSLETTER INFORMATION

NEWSLETTER BACK ISSUE INVENTORY
SPRING SUMMER FALL WINTER
ISSUE NOTES ISSUE NOTES ISSUE NOTES ISSUE NOTES
1974 V1-1 LOW STOCK V1-2 OUT OF STOCK V1-3 LOW STOCK V1-4 "winter 1975"
1975 V2-1 OUT OF STOCK V2-2 V2-3
1976 V2-4 "winter/spring" V3-1 V3-2 V3-3
1977 V3-4 V4-1 V4-2 V4-3
1978 V4-4 V5-1 V5-2 V5-3
1979 V5-4 V6-1 V6-2 V6-3
1980 V6-4 V7-1 V7-2
1981 V7-3/4 "volume 7 no. 3/4" V8-1 V8-2 OUT OF STOCK V8-3
1982 V8-4 V9-1 V9-2 V9-3
1983 V9-4 V10-1 V10-2 "fall/winter"
1984 V10-3 V10-4 V11-1 V11-2
1985 V11-3 V11-4 V12-1 V12-2
1986 V12-3 V12-4 V13-1 LOW STOCK
1987 V13-3 V13-3 V13-4
1988 V14-2 V14-2 "Special Tech Issue" V14-3 V14-4
1989 V15-2 V15-2 LOW STOCK
1990 V15-3 V15-4 LOW STOCK V16-1 V16-2
1991 V16-3 (last newsletter) Issue 68 (first magazine) Issue 69

Notes:

  1. 1. Volume 1 no.4 was the first issue produced by Eveline Blanchette.

  2. 2. Volume 1 no.4 was the first newsletter associated with a season.

  3. 3. The cover of volume 1 no.4 was mistakenly labeled as the "winter 1975" newsletter instead of winter 1974.

  4. 4. Volume 2 no.4 was published late and labeled winter/spring 1976 on the cover. This avoided having two "winter 1975" issues, thus allowing correction of the winter season labeling. All subsequent winter issues were labeled properly.

  5. 5. The winter 1980 newsletter (volume 7 no.3) was never produced. The spring 1981 newsletter was numbered volume 7 no.3/4.

  6. 6. The volume 10 no.2 newsletter was published late and labeled fall/winter 1983.

  7. 7. Fall 1986 (volume 13 no.1) was the last newsletter associated with a season. The remaining newsletters list only the year, not the season.

  8. 8. The summer 1988 newsletter (volume 14 no.2) is the "Special Tech Session Issue". The text of the issue is a transcript of a tech session held in Cambria California in March 1988. A panel of eleven well known folks from the Pantera parts and service industry fielded question from the audience for 4-1/2 hours. This is a popular (and recommended) issue of the newsletter.

  9. 9. Only two newsletters were produced in 1989.

  10. 10. 62 total newsletters were produced from 1974 through 1991.