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Standards are good so long as we don't get overzealous.
I went to a Chrysler 300 meet many years ago where a fist fight almost 
erupted over the exact color of the ram tubes on a 300 F or 300 G.  
I have had several Furys over the years and no two were exactly the 
I can remember parking my 58 next to another in Oklahoma back in 1976 
and the shade of beige was different even though these both had 
original paint. Maybe one had faded, who knows.
A friend bought 2 NOS football air cleaners, still in the boxes and 
they weren't exactly the same shade of gold.  But they were semi 
gloss, like the originals on my Fury, but not like most of the 
restorations I have seen.
And the GC 350 valve covers, it appears that some were bronze (engine 
color) and others were gold.
Did all GC 350's have the sediment bowl on the fuel pump?  Or did some 
come with the sediment bowl fuel filter like my 318 Fury had?

----- Original Message -----
From: eddee@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Monday, March 13, 2006 7:16 am
Subject: [GFS] 'STANDARDS"
To: GOLDENFIN GROUP <goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Hello Group
> Just recd the latest edition of our newsletter!!!
> YES--I am all for a 'standard' for our cars!!
> The first question must be,,,,,,,,,,,,what do we want to 
> accomplish and how far do we want to go???
> Although a great idea,,this can open up an encyclopedia of 
> necessary compiled information which I am not sure we want to tackle.
> Maybe getting some members to volunteer to brainstorm concerning 
> what we want to accomplish (standard for vendors????? standards 
> for professsional judging???? standards for amature judging???? 
> standards for most of us doing some work ourselves????? standards 
> for what is 'orig' and what is restored' etc etc etc) 
> From that we can compile info around that goal and hopefully not 
> end up with volumes of misconnected data
> LI  NY
> 57  FURY
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