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nkb

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What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« on: July 28, 2022, 03:45:45 PM »
The ClubCobra Forum has been dead for many days now. At least I am not able to connect.

Anyone know what has happened? Or is it just me that has a problem?


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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2022, 09:30:29 PM »
Good riddance! That website had more viruses then Paris Hilton!

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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2022, 10:51:52 PM »
Good riddance! That website had more viruses then Paris Hilton!

Ha ha!  Good comparison!
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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2022, 07:55:51 AM »
The ClubCobra Forum has been dead for many days now. At least I am not able to connect.

Anyone know what has happened? Or is it just me that has a problem?

Server is currently having issues, Brent, the owner has been notified, but may be traveling, making remote diagnostic and repair a potential issue.

Bill

PS: My personal opinion, having been an active member since 2000, Clubcobra is a great resource for owners of originals, and replicas of all makes and models. Many original owners take the time to assist others with the finer details of the cars, race tips, etc, many replica owners do the same. Like the SAACforum, it's a place to keep others from being taken for a bumpy ride, on a deal "too good to be true", a place to share ones knowledge, or just a place to hang out with like minded people.
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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2022, 03:40:05 PM »
The ClubCobra Forum has been dead for many days now. At least I am not able to connect.

Anyone know what has happened? Or is it just me that has a problem?

Server is currently having issues, Brent, the owner has been notified, but may be traveling, making remote diagnostic and repair a potential issue.

Bill

PS: My personal opinion, having been an active member since 2000, Clubcobra is a great resource for owners of originals, and replicas of all makes and models. Many original owners take the time to assist others with the finer details of the cars, race tips, etc, many replica owners do the same. Like the SAACforum, it's a place to keep others from being taken for a bumpy ride, on a deal "too good to be true", a place to share ones knowledge, or just a place to hang out with like minded people.


Whatever you say - More times then not you can't even get on the site and then if you do and you try to navigate it then it is slower then watching paint dry - Hard pass on that

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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2022, 10:15:39 PM »
The ClubCobra Forum has been dead for many days now. At least I am not able to connect.

Anyone know what has happened? Or is it just me that has a problem?

Server is currently having issues, Brent, the owner has been notified, but may be traveling, making remote diagnostic and repair a potential issue.

Bill

PS: My personal opinion, having been an active member since 2000, Clubcobra is a great resource for owners of originals, and replicas of all makes and models. Many original owners take the time to assist others with the finer details of the cars, race tips, etc, many replica owners do the same. Like the SAACforum, it's a place to keep others from being taken for a bumpy ride, on a deal "too good to be true", a place to share ones knowledge, or just a place to hang out with like minded people.


Whatever you say - More times then not you can't even get on the site and then if you do and you try to navigate it then it is slower then watching paint dry - Hard pass on that

I respect your opinion, and in return, I hope you respect mine. The differences between the two appear to be night and day. I'll let the other end users decide on their own, and respect their opinions as well.

Bill
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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #6 on: July 30, 2022, 09:38:26 AM »
Currently "not found"
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Re: What happened to the Clubcobra Forum ?
« Reply #7 on: August 05, 2022, 09:52:19 PM »
Currently "not found"

For those that asked, CC & CHR are back up and running


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