Re: [318poly] Re: Poly Intake Update
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Re: [318poly] Re: Poly Intake Update

I don’t know where you are on the list as this is Roland’s project wherein he solicited orders and payment for the intakes and valve covers we all ordered.  He must have that information and be able to give you a number and estimated timeframe since this is his business. 
However, I left a message on his voice mail and when he calls back I will ask him to check if he has the list of his orders with him.
This is truly exciting and I can’t wait for my intake, although I will defer and let my intake order be filled for someone else on the list since my car and engine is not finished yet.
Take care,
Gary Pavlovich
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2014 8:12 PM
Subject: Re: [318poly] Re: Poly Intake Update
How far down list am I?  Just wondering.
Michael Bock

On Sep 1, 2014, at 11:40 AM, "'Gary Pavlovich' glpavlovich@xxxxxxx [318poly]" <318poly@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


You may subscribe to the two best Mopar Mail Lists for great Mopar & Poly specific information by contacting the 1962-1965 Mopar Mail List site/webmaster (Gary Hamel) and the 318 Poly Mail list; I have BCC the administrators to aid in your subscription.
Regarding the new Poly intake update; I will be visiting the foundry with Roland Osborne of Chrysler Power late this week to check on progress.  Javier from Foundry Works called me last week saying he has 10 newly molded intakes (with the latest modifications/adjustments) that have been heat-treated and ready for the final machining process.  He told me they are scheduled to go to the machine shop late this week or early next week.  After the final machining, estimated time frame is 10days, then Roland will pick them up for boxing and shipping to those who placed orders.  Roland told me he would stay in the L.A. area till he can get a steady flow of intakes boxed and shipped.  I volunteered to box & ship to help expedite the process.
Javier said he is continuing to buy materials and mold more intakes as each set of 5-10 are molded, heat treated, and sent to the machine shop for final processing.
I will send out an update after my visit and get confirmation and more information.  I think we are over the hump and see daylight at the end of a very long tunnel.
Thank you!
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2014 8:25 AM
Subject: Poly Intake Update
Is there any new updates to the intake build?  I thought I got on the mail lists for the updates, but have not received anything.  How can I be added to the MOPAR mail lists?  Thanks.
Jake Martin

Posted by: "Gary Pavlovich" <glpavlovich@xxxxxxx>
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