These lists are about Toyota MR2 sports cars, including the first generation "Mark I" style sold from 1985 to 1989, the second generation "Mark II" style sold (in North America) from 1991 to 1995 and the third generation "Mark III" style sold (in North America) from 1999 to 2007.
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There is a web page (which you are currently at) maintained by Geoff Seeley. You'll find an "FAQ" of answers to frequently-asked-questions and a wealth of other information. As with other mailing lists and newsgroups, it's good to start by reading the FAQ.
Archives are available as well.
Here's a small list of acronyms that are often used in E-mail, chat rooms, and the MR2 list:
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There is also an Internet mailing list for the discussion of performance modifications to Toyota vehicles.
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Your first message from the list will detail some information that the owners of the mailing list require for you to be kept on the list.
For further information, see the Toyota Modifications InfoServer.
Finally, there is an Internet mailing list for the discussion of Toyota vehicles in general.
To subscribe to the Toyota mailing list, send email to:
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View the information posting on using the toyota-l list.
This is an informal, unmoderated list for the discussion of Toyota Supras and Celica Supras. The list is also referred to as the Supra Owners Group. The Supra Owners Group maintains a mailing list and a Web site.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting to be added to this mailing list discussing Celica All-Trac and GT4s.
(The following is from the DIY-Turbo mailing list welcome message)
Welcome to diy-turbo! This is a very well-defined group with one goal: To study and promote the use of turbochargers on automobiles! While anyone is allowed to join, the following rules must be followed:
Why so pedantic? Mostly due to my many years of mailing list administration. I'd like to actually create a list that has a goal and a final product. If we would have had some decent format for the Toyota Mods list (from which this group is originally derived) we would now have the basis for an excellent book. Unfortunately, this was not done, and the same subjects are repeated over and over, and the majority of the wonderful responses have been long lost to 10's of megabytes of boring archives.
Please don't introduce yourself to the group as we do on the TM list. Simply read all of the backposts, study the thread of discussion as it currently exists, and post your comments when you feel you have something valuable to add.
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