Jim Milewski

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About Jim Milewski

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  • Birthday December 1

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  • Gender:
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  • Location:
    Central New York
  • Interests:
    1923 Buick model 48 Opera Coupe
    1931 Model A Ford Pickup
    1965 Buick Riviera
    2000 Corvette
    2009 HD Ultra Classic Trike
    2014 HD Slim (fatboy)

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  1. Congratulations Brian from the Milewski's - Jim and Bert and Jimmy and Sue! Merry Christmas !!!
  2. Congratulations Brian - I have been retired for almost six years and busier then ever, Mom and Dad send there congrats also !
  3. I know it has been beaten to death, but what are the numbers stamped on the engine about an inch from the "LT" - 271 mean, my other numbers are stamped and match up with the VIN - is it a production number or ? My riv is a 1965 custom sport, astro blue with blue cloth interior - 401 - thanks
  4. All ready have our hotel reservations and am looking forward to the show - being a newbie at a ROA show, if cars are not judged on a 400 point system, how are they judged?
  5. I have a 65 Riv - astro blue, just had it shot by a paint guy using a camera to match the color - came up as Floridian Blue, interior code is listed as 611
  6. It was my first AACA show and oh boy what a show - met lots of nice people, venue was great and host members were very helpful, made ROA reservations for June 2019 for the same site, and made AACA reservations for Charlotte in 2019 - lookin forward to both shows - Thanks again Chesapeake Region
  7. Thank you Sir! Did not think to look in the magazine
  8. AACA Eastern Meet - I had a great time/experience at the Gettysburg National - I have read that I need to write the VP of Judging to request the comments made about my vehicle - my problem is that I am unable to find an address or name - Please help and Thanks Again, looking forward to attend more meets - Class 17B AACA vehicle #34265, member 907479
  9. Am heading down tomorrow with our 23 Buick Opera Coupe for the AACA show and will definitely be attending with our 65 Riv next year !
  10. Hi Terry - I got the e-mail/text favor and posted earlier under the thread Hi Terry - didn't think it was you as it only comes up Terry and not your full name - hope all is well otherwise, mom and dad doing fine! Jim and Sue
  11. The last time I was texted and e-mailed by "Terry" asking for a favor it turned out that our good friend Terry (doo dah way) was hacked - has any one else been texted or e-mailed?
  12. Good morning Terry - I too got the request and thought it was bogus - you usually put a "dooh da day" in there somewhere - hope they get the b@@@@@d! Jim
  13. Thanks for the pic, just wondering why it was never installed - it is now!
  14. Ok - just figured it out, they never installed it - took the glove box out and found two screw holes bottom left front - they never put holes in the cardboard glove box itself - made sense when I removed the cardboard glove box! Shouldn't be afraid to take things apart and exaim them - thanks Jim
  15. Not to beat a dead horse, the weather in Central NY is 60 but is gonna drop to 0 tonight, being as it is 60 you get the itch to tinker on your cars. I have the exact set up as 48 Super has pictured, my Riv is a 1965 - 401 (not a GS) with air. I have the "S" on the plate to denote a glove box trunk release, both vac hoses enter the glove box bottom left side, my problem is how does the "t" handle trunk release attach to the box? There is a latch obvisouly on the glove box where the "t" handle should go - but when installed the door can not be closed. My "t" handle has ser #'s - on the outer casing P-90683 5 and on the actual mechanism P-90153 1, On the brass tubes I have an arrow on one and a 17 in a circle in between - when I got the car many many years ago the assembly was just laying in the glove box - do I have the correct "t" handle? Service manual does not show the glove box set up - any ideas? Jim