Re: [GFS] 'STANDARDS"
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Re: [GFS] 'STANDARDS"



Orig equipment on the 350 was a bowl on the bottyom of the pump, replacement pumps went to a separate bowl SOMETIMES
ED ECKERSON

----- Original Message -----
From: mmyhrvold@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Monday, March 13, 2006 9:42 am
Subject: Re: [GFS] 'STANDARDS"

> 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 
> same.
> 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
> > 
> > ED ECKERSON
> > LI  NY
> > 57  FURY
> > 59 SPORT FURY
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