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Re: BigKev's 1937 115-C Convertible Coupe
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Larry Reber
Looks GREAT. Forgot about the air hammer laying in a drawer :)

Would have made my project go faster..

Posted on: 2/4 21:50
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Re: BigKev
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY !

Posted on: 2/3 11:17
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Re: '37 120 Windshield
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Give Steele Rubber a Phone call.
They were extreamly helpful on my 37.

Posted on: 2/2 0:35
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Re: BigKev's 1937 115-C Convertible Coupe
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From my Mechanical refresh project I asked about "BLACK".. One member provided the infoarmation that the frame etc was all gloss black.

Posted on: 2/1 1:23
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Re: BigKev
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Just saw the seat work on your other Packard.. Great work !

Posted on: 2/1 1:07
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Re: BigKev
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Those skirts are looking good..
My Car is Gray. When I cleaned the inner panels the only color I found was black in the groves and under the original rubber.

Posted on: 2/1 1:03
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Re: BigKev
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I Got a check on the splash rubber trim today.

It appears that my 2" was the width I started with and the actual clearance between frame and tin is about 1/2 " .

Hope this gets to you soon enough.

Was GREAT seeing the car out moving..

Took mine on a 85 mile ride today through Kitsap county Washington.

Posted on: 1/30 23:51
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Re: where is the rubber support installed?
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These ar pictures of a mount spacer used to adjust seats in GM products.
They come in two diffrent thickness.
I needed a longer bolt and double end stud to allow installation.

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Posted on: 1/30 23:32
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Re: 1937 115c touring, Upholstery
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To ALL ,
Thanks for the comments here and on FB.

I'm giong to try to post a Power point on the project.

We started after 2 January 22 and installed the front seat Thursday the 26th of January 2023 and took it for a 10 mile drive.

This PP coverd the project from start to finish. 98%
Still need to finish the sunvisors , hand grabs, rearview mirror.
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So File was TOO big.

Here is a viewable link to the document.
Hope it works.

So Here goes, Highlight the entire link and copy paste in search.


https://1drv.ms/p/s!AhQaT8DGOnDGwVm5Ky1f1E-XRdv3?e=HRh8fO


Bottom line.. This is not a project to be taken lightly...

Now we understand why interiors are so expensive. !

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Posted on: 1/30 1:34
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Re: BigKev
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About 2"
I'll check mine tomorrow and post.

The graph paper is 1" square.

I can't remember If I had a good shot of the finished on the graph paper.

If I femember
The firewall end passenger side was a little long and needed trimming both in length and heigth.

Posted on: 1/30 0:50
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