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  1. I visited Rick Hoover's shop today. Rick was not there but it looks like a nice shop. Not the easiest to find but I did. I will let you know how it works out.
  2. Looking for a garage in the Harrisburg Pa. area that can install a clutch in a 1963 corvette convertible with a 327 hp engine.
  3. Thought you might like to see a real nice Packard Convertible in Packard blue that is right hand drive It is being shown in Longford, Ireland
  4. I was there on Sunday. Great Show. Some cars that were at the Elegance of Hershey was there including a nice red 1930 Packard Speedster. I saw six Dusenbergs there.
  5. I SEE THERE IS A GM FUTURLINER FOR SALE IN SAN FERNADO VALLEY FOR $495,000 IN ORANGE COUNTY ON CRAIGSLIST. THE SELLER SAYS ITS NUMBER #9
  6. Dick Clark's father was a good friend of the General Manager of WFIL and asked if he had a summer job for his son who was a sophomore at Syracuse U. Clark did the 7UP Commercials while Bob Horn did the show. Mrs. Annenberg saw him and thought he would look great with the children considering Bob Horn was 36 at the time, the rest is history.
  7. Attached are some photo's of the 1934/35 Buick located in Ireland. Any identifcation assistance would be welcome. Steve
  8. I am trying to find out if my friends Buick with a chassis number of #2874267 is a 1934 or 1935 buick sports coupe. Sorry I don't have a photo. My friend lives in Ireland. Are there any special items on the car that only a 1934 or 35 Model would have. He said it does have wire wheels but all I ever see is artillery wheels on Buicks. I called the Alfred Sloan Museum but they said their Buick information starts a 1970 and up. Any Buick enthusiast have any information?<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  9. I am trying to find out if my friends Buick with a chassis number of #2874267 is a 1934 or 1935 buick sports couipe. Sorry I don't have a photo. My friend lives in Ireland. Are there any special items on the car that only a 1934 or 35 Model would have. He said it does have wire wheels but all I ever see is artillery wheels on Buicks. I called the Alfred Sloan Museum but they said their Buick information starts a 1970 and up. Any Buick enthusiast have any information?
  10. they probably dump the body behind the Philadelphia Airport near Ft. Mifflin
  11. For those going to the Annual Meeting in 2012, you may want to visit the Dr. Simeone Museum down near the Philadelphia Airport off Linburgh Blvd. The International Historic Motoring Awards chose the Simeone as “Museum of the Year.” The judging panel included TV host Jay Leno, vintage car racer and Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, Pebble Beach Chief Judge Ed Gilbertson, five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell and Lady Susie Moss, wife of Sir Stirling Moss.
  12. Sorry about that, I meant GM. Actually it was thru the National Corvette Registry. But the dealer is now Bob Sight Ford. The Sight Family was the first Chevrolet dealer in Kansas City.
  13. Well guys, I got my answer. Sight Brothers Chevrolet is now Bob Sights Ford. He son sent me an e:mail so we are off and running.
  14. I was informed by GS that my 1963 Covette was shipped on 10/10/1962 from the Factory to Sight Brothers Chevrolet, 3201 Gilliam Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. I checked on Sight Brothers but it appears that they have gone out of business. The area is now occupied by a Jiffy Lube and a Auto Glass Business but neither one remember Sight Brothers. The local library does have a nice front photo of the Dealership taken in the fifties. Does anyone in MO know what happen to them and where their records might have gone.
  15. Did Chevrolet provide a Monte Carlo or a Camaro for the 1995 Indy Brickyard 400 Race? Was it a Convertible or T-Top. I see both in photos.