I am a retired shop teacher who likes to dabble with computers and write poems. I have
done various jobs such as carpentry, drafting, painting, and writing. I
was born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Along the way I managed to qualify
for a Master's degree in Educational Administration. In the educational
field, I taught school mainly in the grade 7 to grade 12 levels and, at
one time or another, I was a department head, a vice-principal, a principal,
and a co-ordinator of technology.
Formal education and a so-called professional
career, however, do not replace the school of everyday hard knocks when
it comes to survival in today's world.
I believe computer technology and the internet have provided the world
with a solution to bringing nations closer together. My hope is they will
develop a sense of kinship through the sharing of ideas and information.
In the long run, truth must and will prevail. If not, we will be living
in a "big brother" community where the political game is played to the disadvantage
of the common man and woman.
It is my hope that some of the automobile pictures can touch you, the viewer, in some
manner and that you'll come back to Classy Cars from time-to-time. Thank you for this visit.
Sincerely, Don Jones
Dated: December 1, 2009
Update: September 18, 2012 -
As your webmaster, I have been very busy collecting and presenting car pictures for your interest
and enjoyment. It has taken me literally thousands and thousands of hours to keep my websites up and going. I am now 75 and have to admit
my health is not what it used to be and the late night hours to work on the sites is taking a toll. Nevertheless, I plan to work as
much as I can to develop all my sites into something worthy to have on the internet. My "hero" sites are meant for student
essay research and geared toward helping students who have problems writing essays. My car and truck sites are meant to help
with webmaster expenses that go with keeping all my projects online. Advertisers are demanding that good articles and other content be added
all the time to make the individual pages interesting enough to bring you, the viewer, back to the sites. So I hope some student who
might not be a gifted writer turns in an essay showing his teacher he made a real effort and I hope all you car and truck drivers
recognize some vehicle that, for a time, was a chapter in your life.