RayG

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About RayG

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  • Birthday 12/15/1938

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    President, Cape Canaveral Region

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  1. Thanks to Hulon C. McCraw Jr. and Mike Petersen, the 1981 Phillips Berlina Coupe is now considered to be a SGCV (Class 35C)
  2. Thanks to Hulon C. McCraw Jr. and Mike Peterson, my 1981 Phillips Berlina Coupe is now recognized as a SGCV (Class 35C). Many thanks
  3. Thanks to Hulon C. McCraw Jr. and Mike Petersen, my 1981 Phillips Berlina Coupe is now officially recognized as a SGCV (Class 35C).
  4. My sincere thanks to Hulon C. McCraw Sr. and Mike Petersen for their efforts in getting the Phillips Berlina Coupe recognized as a SGCV (Class 35C) . Ray
  5. That sound you hear is me kicking myself for not waiting for a Packard like that (that Packard is just like the last one my parents owned before moving to Buick)
  6. So, is the Phillips Berlina Coupe built in 1980-81 by the Phillips Motor Car Company in Pompano Beach, FL with less than 100 built considered to be a factory built replica? Berlinacoupe.org (Berlina Coupe International Club)
  7. Built in 1980-81 by the Phillips Motor Car Company in Pompano Beach FL, less than 100 were built. Does AACA consider this to be a legitimate factory built replica? Information is available at berlinacoupe.org (Berlina Coupe International Club)
  8. Thanks West....I do very much appreciate your help
  9. Have located and am giving very serious consideration to buying a 1938 Cadillac Model 75 coupe. Its missing, among other things: running boards, rear bumper hood and side-mount wheel covers and hardware. Any thoughts as to potential sources would be appreciated. Thanks. Ray
  10. Thanks.....found an old owners manual ....shows it to be a negative ground system (unlike my 1940 Cadillac 60S which does have positive ground)
  11. Just wanted to confirm: the 1936 Olds L-36 (8 cyl) does have a negative ground electrical system.....our mechanic thinks it should be a positive ground system.
  12. Thanks..do appreciate the quick reply
  13. Fingers crossed: Need for 1936 Oldsmobile L-36 sedan: Voltage Regulator; hub caps; running board chrome trim. Ray
  14. Desperately need a 6 volt, positive ground voltage regulator for our 1936 Oldsmobile L-36. Have contacted Fusick and Kanter....no luck (yet)
  15. He's advertising in the CCCA forum......you know..Classic Car Club of America.