UGC 2141. The signature of a strong bar is clearly visible in the velocity
field. It is almost aligned with the major axis and may explain the difference
between the value of major axis position angle found in this study and that
published in Paper IV (7^deg^). The major axis position angle probably
changes with radius within the optical limits for this galaxy. Because of the
resulting uncertainty on the major axis position angle, the maximum rotation
velocity of that galaxy has been determined directly from its velocity field.
NGC 1012.--Not observed at 1.425 GHz. The 1.425 GHz flux density S =  mJy
was estimated from the 2.38 GHz flux density S = 27 mJy measured at Arecibo
(Dressel & Condon 1978).
High surface brightness, fragments of spiral arms in the outskirts, large