My BS: I too, was interested in finding out if there's a way to search the H.A.M.B. Classifieds by state. I searched for and read all the threads I could find in Questions and Suggestions concerning this, but didn't find an answer. I take that back...I found answers...such as, "Ebay has a search-function for location...go there." and "The classifieds is not the main focus here...enjoy the H.A.M.B. it for what it is." In the Questions and Suggestions section?!?... LOL ! I gathered though, that such a feature probably won't be included soon...that's understandable. And that's all I really needed to know. But I thought there might be another way. There is. I searched the internet, and found a couple good answers. Disclaimer: I just learned to do this, and I really don't know what the hell I'm talkin' about...lol. The Soutions: #1 Searching just one page: Worth mentioning for this and other sites...could be useful. In IE, click on "edit" in the menu-bar, then click "find on this page". A small window appears, and you can type the word or words you're looking for. Matching words will instantly be highlighted. (Apparently, some other search-engines have a button for this.) Of course, if it's the state name you're looking for, you wanna search for the full name, and then any abbreviations that might be used. It's probably faster to just visually scan as you scroll down the page. And this only works on the full list of ads...a "Search Results" list doesn't even show the locations. Besides, this is just searching one page at a time...not what we really wanted. #2 Searching an entire website: Somebody touched on this...using your search-engine...but let's get specific. Do a search on Google, Firefox, etc. Type: searchword or words site:url of site Or, in other words: your searchword or words, then space, then the word "site", then colon, then url of the site. Or, in other words: Let's say you were looking for a 1937 Chevy coupe in Michigan. You'd type: 1937 chevy coupe michigan site:jalopyjournal.com The "site:jalopyjournal.com" part always stays the same for doing searches on the H.A.M.B. Just put your search-terms before that, and be sure to leave a space between your search-terms and the word "site". I've been screwin' around with different search-terms and stuff. I found that it helps to include a $, (dollar-sign) as one of the search-terms, so that most of your results will be ads instead of build-threads and such. I've also been trying different things with the url. I tried putting the complete url in, with the prefixes htt, and www, etc. It seems to work best just as "jalopyjournal.com". If I come to any further "great realizations", I'll update. If any of you make it clear that I'm full of shit, I'll defer to you. Give it a try. If you find a way that you can "hop up" the method, by all means, share it with us.