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Re: Motor mounts



MO,
Yes, I will let you all know how my purchase from Steve transpires.  Steve’s knowledge, expertise, and product innovation/quality is present; and the health afflictions/divorce really took a toll on him personally and the business.  If he was not dedicated and committed to providing us with quality products on a timely basis, he would not be active but simply disappeared.  His perseverance in the face of adversity gives me reasonable confidence to purchase from him again. 
 
I am ordering a custom pushbutton shift cable for my ‘65 Torqueflite from Steve/ProAmerican and will post the results.
 
Let me/us know if any of our list members contact him and/or place an order so we can get additional feedback.
 
Thank you,
Gary Pavlovich
 
From: MO
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2017 10:54 PM
Subject: Re: Motor mounts
 
Let us know how you get along doing business with him.  He seems to be a good guy, very helpful, and wants to be a valuable vendor. However he has evidently had a lot of trouble getting his "act" together:  hard to get in touch with, product availability, communication with customers etc.  I know the past few years he has had personal problems , and I hope he can get back to being what he once was............................MO

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 11:27:06 PM UTC-5, john1964 wrote:
Thanks Gary, I sent him a E-mail.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jun 23, 2017, at 09:55, <glpav...@xxxxxxx> <glpav...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> MML,
>
> I just made contact with Steve Charette of the former Imperial Services, now ProAmerican a new & added resource company, and I suggest that you send him an email for your needs.
> Being aware of communication & time commitments in the distant past, I believe he is now a viable and most valuable resource for timely/necessary Mopar goods & services such as motor mounts/pushbutton shifter cables/speedo cables...etc.
> I Googled his name/information, sent him an email and left a phone message and he promptly replied the next day for follow - also confirmed with an email as to my conversation with him regarding my needed 65 Torqueflite pushbutton cable.  Therefore, I think he would be another avenue to seek for your motor mount needs.
> st...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Gary Pavlovich
>
> -----Original Message----- From: 62-65-mail...@ornocar.org
> Sent: Friday, June 23, 2017 6:56 AM
> To: 1962to19...@googlegroups.com
> Subject: Re: Motor mounts
>
> Yes, you should find out who manufactures the Classic Industries mounts and the brand and let us know.
>
> By the way, I believe Schumacher only distributes the poly lock mounts; Imperial Services is the place that makes
> (made?) them. It's not a good sign that no one has these in stock.
>
> Thanks,
> Gary H.
>
>> -------Original Message-------
>> From: Jimmy Peavy
>
>> Half the price is a warning to me.
>
>> On 6/23/17, Cornelius DeVries < > wrote:
>> > Hi everyone.
>> > Just a follow up to my previous question about quality motor mounts. It
>> > appears Schumacher poly lock mounts are not available at this time. Everyone
>> > that sells  them shows them to be out of stock. Schumacher's own web page
>> > has out of stock for every type of mount they sell.
>> > I did find a up graded mount at Classic Industries. They were half the price
>> > of Schumacher's. I don't know if they are of the same quality but I will
>> > find out. Thanks to everyone who answered my question.
>>
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