Sport Tractor - designated for deletion - rebuttal - request for reinstate page Edit
No reason for deletion except for generation of a new term, which is supported
The article for “Sport Tractor” is to show a new design in trucks that has not been seen in the Light Duty Truck arena. This is a non-commercial truck and is used similar to a sports car.
If new designs cannot be shown as explicit on your site this needs to be known to me.
Based on the following: "Delete The original author of the article added this comment on the talk page "By the way, this is a new idea, my research has found that the term "Sport Tractor" will have originated here in Wikipedia". He admits it is OR and a neologism. There is no evidence of the term in this context in a Google search. The truck in the article appears to be some sort of home made modification. 1. Malcolma (talk) 08:08, 10 June 2009 (UTC)"
1st: The above is a true statement. Unless Wiki refuses to support creation of new terms, (which I haven’t seen, and if so, show me the rules/guideline) I will comply. I am willing to generate this on a new URL webpage, but I thought that Wiki was a better source for defining new terms, designs and innovation in existing technologies. Again, If I am wrong in this, I will not contest this deletion and will move forward in a separate venue.
The term is new, noone, except myself generated this new term “Sport Tractor” a new classification for those who enjoy light duty trucks that are non-commercial use, similar to sport cars that are not used for racing. A term exists for “Sport Trucks” namely the personal trucks manufactured by the major automobile companies and are less than 11,999 lbs GVWR. There is a term for “Sport Cars”, there was no term that my research found that used “Sport Tractor” in the same light. There are terms mentioning the word in context of tractor pulls, but the term is meant for farm tractors that are not licensable vehicles.
2nd. The statement is not a home made modification, the Isuzu is a commercial light duty truck that is continuing to be sold throughout the world. The body is design by Ralph Sanders, but the body manufacturer is by Frontier Truck Body of Santa Ana, Ca. Therefore, this is not a home made design. The definition of “homemade” is not defined in Wikipedia. Hence, should not apply to support deletion. This statement is also subjective in this context.
Therefore, since the deletion is based on a new term or as malcolma states “neologism” I request that the “Sport Tractor” page be reinstated.
Excuse my noviceness,(wasn’t sure where to file rebuttal request), therefore this was also sent/edited to:
Hey....Can't find my page ?
Regarding your comments at Template talk:Truck-stub... if you're considering creating a new stub type, it would be a good idea to bring it up at Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting/Proposals first. --Interiot 01:59, 12 February 2007 (UTC)
This is not a new stub type, I wasn't trying to create a new one. Tried to reference this already setup type. I think I fixed it....but if I didn't let me know.--Sanderrl 04:12, 12 February 2007 (UTC)R. Sanders
Minor editing updates--Sanderrl 03:55, 11 July 2007 (UTC)
I have nominated Sport tractor, an article that you created, for deletion. I do not think that this article satisfies Wikipedia's criteria for inclusion, and have explained why at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Sport tractor. Your opinions on the matter are welcome at that same discussion page; also, you are welcome to edit the article to address these concerns. Thank you for your time.
I've seen your request for the reinstatement of your article Sport tractor on the AfD talk page. The correct place to request a review of the closure of an Articles for deletion discussion is at Wikipedia:Deletion review. I have copied your note from the article talk page to a new section at Wikipedia:Deletion review/Log/2009 July 23 on your behalf. Thryduulf (talk) 08:59, 23 July 2009 (UTC)