Re: [GFS] Re: Nat'l Meet
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Re: [GFS] Re: Nat'l Meet



Hi Bill,
Thank you for your note and am glad you are feeling much better now.  I
also
look forward to finally getting to meet you in May.  From early
indications
we are looking to have a fine turnout.  John Paxos and Jim Woomer are
flying
in.  Tom Mitchell will trailer his '58 or fly depending on the vacation
time
he can get.  Bob Lindgren will fly or drive his '56 depending on whether
his
interior is done by then.  Fred Streeter is trailering his restored '57
from
Reno.  Haven't heard from Ed Dea, Paul Schmalz, or Bill Gillett yet, but
am
hoping they are coming.  Also lots of other Pacific Northwesters are
around
that I hope make it.

Thanks for the info on the ceiling strips - I will forward that info to
the
list and Glenn Barratt.  A GFSer in Colorado who has a '56, also is
restoring a '59 Belvedere and was willing to go in on the ceiling strips
if
they work on his 2dr hdtp - looks like the '57-'59 population hardtops can
use these strips.

I also have talked with the fellow who bought your car.  He is real
enthusiastic and a heckuva person.  So it looks like everything worked out
great.

Until then!

Regards,

Jack
----- Original Message -----
From: <MprMgic@xxxxxxx>
To: <goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2002 12:11 AM
Subject: [GFS] Re: Nat'l Meet


> Jack,
>                  Hope everything is going well with you and your family.
I'm
> much  better healthwise and  am back working again. I think it's great
that
> the national meet will be held in Northern Ca. You can count me in for
the
> Livermore meet in May. I will drive up in my 58 Sport
> Suburban wagon with the Golden Commando ( Fury) engine. Unfortunately I
had
> to sell my  ' 58 Fury to pay medical bills etc. but the good part about
this
> is it's going to a club member and he and his wife are special people
and
> will cherish the car as I have these past 24 years. As a point of
interest,
> the gold plastic headliner strips in  Plymouth, Dodge and Chrysler
wagons
as
> well as Ford and Dodge vans are the same as the '57-59 Furys  with the
> exception that  they run widthwise instead of lenghwise and  because of
this
> they are shorter than in the '57-'59 Furies. They can be made to work by
> splicing 2 of the wagon or van strips to make one Fury strip .This works
in
> a pinch . I will end for now but look forward to hearing from you and
the
> gang.
>
>                                                 Furiously Yours,
>                                                      Bill Craffey
>
>
>
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