Jack Welch

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  1. $19.95 is cheap, I would have expected to pay $29.95 plus the free one. As long as they are not sold in stores.
  2. The correct casting number on the exhaust manifold should be 412611. Apparently this manifold fits 38 through 40. I wonder if you could PM me your price and contact info, so I can have you and Bill deal directly on this and take me out of the middle. He is not a forum member so that is my involvement. Thanks a lot Jack BTW. nice Skylark in the background.
  3. I am looking for this for a friend, I will bring him the photos tomorrow , thank you
  4. Looking for a good rust free left front fender for a 1948 Super. 1946 thru 1948 will fit
  5. Looking for a 1938 Oldsmobile L38 Straight eight exhaust manifold . Need to be in good condition
  6. looking for an exhaust manifold for a1938 Oldsmobile L38 straight eight engine. Located in Massachusetts.
  7. The Midwest City National meet was the smaller side , but it still managed to generate a profit. The lack of BCA members in that area was known going in, and resulted in a small meet. The good news is that going forward, we know it is possible to run a small meet and still at least break even. The profit generated was because of the excellent management of that meet by the host Chapter . (The North Texas Chapter). The results of the survey that was included in the registration packets provided the following data: 270 Registrants 49 Forms returned by members The reason for attending a BCA National Meet : (members could give more than one answer to this question) 40 said to meet with and spend time with Buick friends 25 to have their car judged 5 to display their car only with out having it judged 21 to go on the tours for people not attending the banquet only two members responded with a reason. 1 was because of cost, 1 because they found it boring The answer to the question of whether members would pay more money for an upscale location ,16 members indicated they would The answer to the question of whether or not events should be planned for younger Children. 14 Members answered that we should have such events. The answer to the question of whether the National Meets should continue to be moved around the Country . 45 Members answered yes The answer to How far would you travel for a National Meet 500 mi 10 1000 mi 11 Anywhere 16 The answer to your favorite meet activity Swap meet 6 The people. 12 Tours 6 Car show 12 BOD meeting. 1 Banquet 1 This data will be helpful to the National Meet Committee in planning future events
  8. Who is the National Meet committee and how are they selected? The National Meet committee consists of the BCA President, The BCA Chief Judge, The BCA Treasurer (or CFO if no Treasurer) The Past National Meet Director , the upcoming National Meet Directors and several Members at large. The members at Large are selected by the current Committee members.as positions open up. The Current membership is made up of the following: John Steed BCA President, Kevin Kinney BCA Chief Judge, Bill Stoneberg Treasurer, Pete Phillips Past National Meet Director, Heather Banhidy 2020 National Meet Director, Marck Barker 2021 National Meet Director, Melanie Mauser , 2022 National Meet Director . The members at large include. Jack Welch National Meet Committee Chair, Bob Staryzk, Vice National Meet Chair, Bob Safrit , Alan Oldfield, Pat Wojahn , Brian DePouli
  9. Thanks for your input, I sit on several Boards including the Buck Club, and including a Municipal Board in the City where I live, so my info is really not very hard to get. The good news is that I am a cheap old yankee that throws nickels around like they are man hole covers, so I am not too easy to fall victim to a scam.
  10. Carl, Daviid and Brad. I have the BCA Webmaster checking in to the problem. I could not get troughh either. Jack
  11. The SOP and bylaw changes proposed by the SOP committed and recommended to the BOD will be posted on the covers section of the Bugle for member review and comment.recomended
  12. The BOD minutes of the teleconference of 7/8/2019 have been posted on the BCA web page
  13. Thanks Matt: I have just done that, It looks like he is getting in the back door some how. no profile or listing of him on this forum, yet he has a way of PM and making it appear legit. Had another scammer email me . (not sure how he got my email) and send me one of the photos of the legit seller to prove he had a manifold. He was looking for payment in bit coin. (always a red flag to me)
  14. This same guy just tried to scam me on a 320 CI intake manifold the I was looking for in the parts fro sale section
  15. I have had an ad on the forum, both under Buick buy / sell and AACA parts wanted looking for a 1940 large series intake manifold. I had several replies from bona fide Buick and AACA guys and, I ended up finding three legit ones. I bought from the first authentic seller. I also had two scam offers offering to sell to me. One actually used one of the photos from the gentleman that. I bought from. The scary part is that he had PM'd me those photos. So someone hacked his account or mine. The other one was from. a seller with no profile on the forum, so that was a give away. I would say to be careful who you buy from or sell to . There are bad guys out there and some of them have access to this forum.
  16. Pete: That is a 1939 and 1940 Intake manifold .
  17. I have located a manifold, thank you to all who tried to help me on this
  18. I have found my manifold, thank you to all who helped in this search
  19. looking for a 1940 large series 320CI intake manifold. I believe this is a one year only part.
  20. Looking for an intake manifold to fit a large series 1940 Buick. My info indicates this is a one year only part. Also looking for a rear window to fit a 1946 thru 1948 model 56 or 76.
  21. often at Steele rubber products, depending on which year.
  22. when you walk out to your garage, which car puts a smile on your face? That is the one you keep.
  23. There is a very nice 1941 Buick model 41 4 door sedan for auction on Bring a trailer.com. It is not mine, but it looks to be a veery nice car. It has the optional dual carb set up (compound carburation. The interior loos especially nice. Worth a look for someone looking for a nice prewar car.