Robert_Henry

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About Robert_Henry

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  1. Ron, Thank you for the information. I was wondering if you have the distances from the bottom for the door and the spacing between each clip. Sorry to be a PITA just don't want to drill to many holes the car. Thanks again, Bob
  2. Can anyone tell me how or has a diagram on how to install the ribber rocker moulding? Are they only installed with screws or do they have some kind of clips? Thanks, Bob Henry
  3. Has anybody had the front door window seals duplicated for the 1933 Packard sedans? This year's front windows were a one year only barn door style. My rubber has gotten very hard and cracked, I want to replace them as well as the rear quarter window seals. I have a company that can reproduce them for me but it will not be inexpensive. I was hoping someone may have or know someone that already has gone to the trouble of making these window seals. If not, would anyone be interested in buyer them if I went ahead and had them reproduced? Your input is greatly welcome. Bob Henry
  4. Bill, Thanks, your right. I was hoping to find someone who knew about these carbs and to give me an quick answer, as I have the car torn apart. I will be patient and wait. I just hope it's soon. Bob
  5. Can someone please help me with my 65 GS? I could use a few photos of the factory original throttle linkage to the front carb. I'm having trouble adjusting the front carb to open in timing with the rear, causing the car to bod down with WOT. My linkage has a spring on the front end with 2 nuts that adjust it against the T on the throttle arm of the front carb, but the books show a solid throttle linkage with no spring on the front. Your help is always greatly appreciated, Bob
  6. Can someone please help me with my 65 GS? I could use a few photos of the factory original throttle linkage to the front carb. I'm having trouble adjusting the front carb to open in timing with the rear, causing the car to bod down with WOT. My linkage has a spring on the front end with 2 nuts that adjust it against the T on the throttle arm of the front carb, but the books show a solid throttle linkage with no spring on the front. Your help is always greatly appreciated, Bob
  7. Hi fellow ROA members, I am in need of the tranny dipstick. The head broke off mine. Any suggestions on where to get one? I am just finishng up the restoration on my 65 Riviera GS. I will post some photos when it's done. Thanks, Bob
  8. Can someone please tell me how the rear parcel shelf was finished on the 65 Riviera GS with standard interior? Your quick response will be greatly appreciated, as the car is at the upholstery shop ready to be worked on. Thanks, Bob
  9. Does anyone know where I can get a new or repo gas tank for my 65 Riviera GS. I can send the old one out to be Renued but I prefer a new one. Thanks, Bob
  10. I am looking to buy a 1965 Riviera to add to my collection. I prefer a GS but a standard car that is in very good to excellent original condition would be fine. I really want a loved car that has been maintaied and cared for. I Would like most options including a/c. If you want your car to go to a good home please let me know as this car would mean a lot to me as my father had when when new and would like to cherish his memory with a Riviera of my own. Thank you, Bob Henry 818-905-6267 Sherman Oaks, CA
  11. Call Tony Handler, inc. 310-473-7773