PUBLISHER’S LETTER

By Staff

As we move into the month of June, show season gets into full
swing, so be sure to keep your eyes on our Coming Events section in
the next couple of issues! Our 1991 Show Directory is almost sold
out for this year, so if you are planning on getting one, you’d
better act quickly!

We get a lot of letters from our subscribers-some good, and
occasionally, some not so good. Recently, we received a complaint
about a story-you might say that one man’s dream was
another’s nightmare. Yes, we realize that not every restoration
is true to the meaning of the word, but then, no one
individual’s vision of life is exactly the same as
another’s.

We think that’s what makes GEM so great-the diversity of its
readership, and thus its authors. As publishers, we don’t seek
to prescribe for our readers, but rather to enable them to speak
with each other. So, whether you’re a professional man with a
huge collection of beautifully restored engines you house in a
personal museum, or a teenager who’s just purchased his first
Briggs & Stratton at a show he attended by mistake, or one of
the many, many collectors who fall somewhere in between, GEM wants
to be the magazine for you.

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