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  1. #1 Pitstop cover 
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    Great magazine (again) so thanks to Ggrum and all the contributors. Great quality printing and great stories, couldnt put it down and read it all the way through in one hit!
    One thing we could do on the forum is reply to the call for a new magazine front cover design. I designed the current one but its been going for a good long while and yes, time for a fresh one. So anyone wanting to have a go can contact ggrum (either on here or address in mag) or better still...how about posting your ideas on here? I will give it a think and try and come up with something too.
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    Thanks for the comments and, as you say, all the contributors. For information Keith Howell has given me a good looking alternative front cover design which is a lot 'brighter than the current one but I've been a bit too busy lately to take it further. If anyone else has any ideas please let me have them as I'm sure he would welcome the competition! There could be prizes!!
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    I am not sure what this will look like on here - possibly too blocky but here goes

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    I like it Keith. Very much. For my OCDness I might want the grilles more orderly but yes, I think it looks great.
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    Looks good, perhaps try putting marlin badges on the grills…
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    Just for fun. A quick idea from me.
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    Gets the thumbs up from me . (not over fussy) Well done.
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    Looks good to me.

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    ....and another. These really are just quick ideas to get the ball rolling.
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    Prefer the other.

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