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I don't Know; it is neck and neck.The suspense is killing me!

I think I will start a political PAC. Send cash or any Chevy parts to me.

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Give to to my PAC. We can change the outcome! Money talks!!!! (will also accept BBC aftermarket heads, Holley carburetors, rotating assemblies and Dart Big M blocks)

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That didn't work. How about this:

Test pic:
Didn't work because you posted url not img. I changed url to img and there you go
 

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Nope you use HTML to link to your Photobucket account. Photobucket takes care of the syntax just by hitting the share button. It generates the Image statement in HTML that allows your photo to be seen.

By the way unless you delete everything before the [IMG statement and the [URL end brace it will allow any one who sees that picture access to your account if it is marked as being public (versus Private). I have 1300 car part pictures on my account without even a picture of my dog so if any one wants to look, have at it, but others have embarrassing photos posted on who knows what sever with who knows what access.

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i tried a couple more ideas to attach and the site tells me to get lost with my invalid junk. I actually only made that photo bucket thing to post car pictures, so I don't care who sees what either. I had like 2 pictures posted on here directly and it said I had no more space, so I figured outside linking would work to fix that.

How about this: I go to photobucket, click the 3 lines on a picture and click on share. It brings up a share thing with Direct, HTML, & IMG links. I click the HTML option, copy it and here it is:

<a href="http://s1320.photobucket.com/user/Nacho82/media/wheel_face_zpsagvxs44d.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1320.photobucket.com/albums/u534/Nacho82/wheel_face_zpsagvxs44d.jpg" border="0" alt="Wheel_Face photo wheel_face_zpsagvxs44d.jpg"/></a>

I try to load that into attachments and it said invalid file.

Selecting the IMG option and copy of it gets me this:



The same invalid file again. I really figured this would be a pretty simple process (surely it is and I am just dense) to post up something.
 

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Well then, just straight up pasting the IMG link did exactly what I was trying to do. How funny to see the picture after crafting up my post. Last test to see if I got this now:

When I first saw it:
 
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