Packin31

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  1. RansomEli, I have used some these products for my restoration. Was very pleased with ease of use and the Tech support I received from Barry the owner Southernpolyurethanes (SPI)
  2. 95Cardinal, Thanks for breaking down the trim tag for me I really do appreciate it. Looks like some good winter reading for me from the links you posted. 👍
  3. Thanks for info and links. Will look into ordering the info packet from PHS. I had looked the car over when I got it to my nephews and seen no signs of red anywhere. The drivers door jam still has a service sticker with no traces of red around it. Wonder if the tag was changed at some point?
  4. The one with the gray front fenders was before getting them painted The one with golf ball in hole (not sure how that posted) was of my first hole in one
  5. Edinmass, These are some of the pictures from the broken link above.
  6. Hi, I just purchased a 1969 GTO. The color of the body I believe is the Verdoro Green Midnight Green but the trim tag reads PNT 52 B Wonder if some one here can verify that code for me? Thanks
  7. Been some time since I posted last. Not much going on with the Packard. Been in hibernation for about 2 years now.I know the following pictures aren't of a Packard. I once owned a GTO and regretted selling it. I have been looking at adds lately and my twin found this one Facebook market place. We went out to look at it a few weekends ago and I could not pass on it. Body work and interior has been restored, engine bay could use some tlc.Now back to the Packard. I have put about 1000 miles since finishing the restoration. Would like to drive it more but need front end alginement. The new tires have gotten some excessive wear on then. I am afraid to put any more miles on it until I get the alignment done. Hopefully next year.....
  8. Article in local paper on film in the next town over from where I live https://www.rblandmark.com/News/Articles/11-19-2019/Riverside-home-goes-back-in-time-for-'Fargo'-filming/?utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rblandmark.com%2F https://www.rblandmark.com/News/Articles/11-7-2019/TV-series-picks-Riverside-to-stand-in-for-1950-Kansas-City/
  9. My brother and his boy enjoying a ride in the rumble seat. My driving companion Harley who is no longer with us. I sure miss that boy. Our Great Uncle Al own my 31 before my father bought if from him in the late 80's. I still remember to this day when our Great Uncle Al would take us for a rides in the Rumble Seat around Marquette Park in Chicago. What fun it was......
  10. @topblissgt, Beautiful 69 GTO Judge you have there. I sure would love to own one once again along with a 76 Grand Prix I once owned.
  11. Kudos to him/her and a big thank you to him/her for being so generous for doing this project for the chosen ones. Will we be shown the type of projects that were chosen?
  12. MrEarl, Curious what years are the Firebirds and what are the condition of them?
  13. Marc1122, Your most welcome. Please let us know if you do purchase the pickup tube from them and how it fit and the quality of it. Also price (that is if your ok with posting it here). I could not find a price sheet on their site.
  14. Marc1122, Here you go http://www.mykmlifestyle.com/King_Seeley_Fuel_Sender.html
  15. Need a Golf door lock with key for my 1931 Packard 833. As you can see from the attached pictures of the one have have the cylinder lock broke (darn pot metal) and also one ear for mounting broke off. Also attached dimensions Thanks