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NEW PRODUCT - White Glove Collection - AAA License Plate Topper
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Hi all,

One more item added to the collection.

Here's a picture and the link:
https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/aaa-license-plate-topper/

Thanks,
Crin

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Posted on: 5/15 18:16
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NEW PRODUCT - White Glove Collection - Marchal Headlamp Topper
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Hi all,

Just added a new product to the lineup. It's a Marchal headlamp topper.

Here are a few pictures and the link:
https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/marchal-headlamp-topper/

Thank you,
Crin

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Posted on: 5/14 19:01
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Seeking a sample mirror to copy
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Hi all,

I had an inquiry from a gent who was having his Packard restored and the restoration shop went out of business. He was barely able to get his car back through what he described as a very painful process. He did lose his mirrors and his hood ornament in the ordeal.

Would anyone have this mirror (please see picture) 'laying around' that I could borrow or rent for a fee to make this gent a copy for his car? I only need the figure not the mirror nor the base.

The mold process does not harm the original piece (it's a sort of silicone gel).

If you think you can help please feel free to call me at 618-304-0907 or email me at whiteglove@mail.com

Thank you in advance,
Crin

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Posted on: 5/2 18:54
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NEW PRODUCT - White Glove Collection - Art-Deco, Custom License Plate Frames
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Hi all,

Here's our latest product.

Art deco styled, custom license plate frame.

The frame is made of machined billet aluminum which has been triple chrome plated. The plaques with the marque name and slogan are etched zinc which have been painted and cleared using automotive paint.

This plate shows the Packard marque with the associated slogan but others are available, such as:

Auburn
Buick
Cadillac
Chrysler
Duesenberg
Hudson
Lincoln
Nash
Packard
Pierce Arrow
Rolls Royce
Studebaker
Stutz, etc…

Here's the link:
https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/ ... stom-license-plate-frame/

Thanks,
Crin

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Posted on: 4/18 14:40
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Noisy brakes until they warm up {36 std 8}
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Hi all,

I noticed as of late that my brakes make a really loud sound when I first apply them at relatively slow speeds (10 to 20 mph). Once I get going and apply them from higher speeds the noise goes away (although not completely). I changed the springs and the linings look OK (haven't really driven the car much since I changed the shoes - maybe 500 miles).

Just curious if anyone has had a similar experience and if there's a cure...

The braked were quiet when I first finished the restoration but that was some time ago.

Thanks in advance,
Crin

Posted on: 4/16 20:58
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Noisy brakes until they warm up {36 std 8}
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Hi all,

I noticed as of late that my brakes make a really loud sound when I first apply them at relatively slow speeds (10 to 20 mph). Once I get going and apply them from higher speeds the noise goes away (although not completely). I changed the springs and the linings look OK (haven't really driven the car much since I changed the shoes - maybe 500 miles).

Just curious if anyone has had a similar experience and if there's a cure...

The braked were quiet when I first finished the restoration but that was some time ago.

Thanks in advance,
Crin

Posted on: 4/16 20:58
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NEW PRODUCT - White Glove Collection - Serrated Gulmite Wrench
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Hi all,

I have a new product I wanted to share with the class ...

This is a wrench for Gulmite fasteners used on the Trippe lights we sell. The wrench is made of machined stainless steel.

Here's a link and some pictures.
https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/serrated-trippe-light-wrench/

Thank you,
Crin

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Posted on: 4/5 18:29
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NEW ITEM - White Glove Collection - Plain Radiator Cap
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Hi all,

New item available at the ol' White Glove Collection... a plain radiator cap. Here's the link and a picture.

https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/packard-plain-radiator-cap/

Thanks,
Crin

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Posted on: 3/5 21:50
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Re: Proper Hood Ornament for 1932 models
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Are you sure about 'bail'? I just did a quick Google search because I hate wrong grammar and spelling (pet peeve) and found this:

(I only ask because of how I have my items advertised and titled on my website - I don't want to sound like an idiot...lol)

Here's what I found regarding bale & bail:


Bail vs. bale
| GRAMMARIST

| SPELLING

Bale is the word for (1) tightly bound clumps of hay, cotton, or other materials, and (2) the making of such bundles. Bail is the correct word (1) in relation to sums of money given in exchange for prison release, (2) for the act of using containers to remove water from a boat, and (3) for the crossbars at the top of a wicket in the game of cricket.

Bale has a second sense that is much rarer and mostly archaic—namely, evil. And bail has several senses springing from the main ones (as well as many other obscure definitions that we won’t list here). For instance, we often talk about bailing people out of bad situations—i.e., helping remove them from trouble—even when the situations have nothing to do with prison or money. And the phrasal verb bail out has a second figurative sense—to abandon something. This comes from the literal sense, to abandon an aircraft, especially by parachuting.

One more for fans of quirky words: Bale is also the word for a group of turtles.

Posted on: 2/14 18:57
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Re: Proper Hood Ornament for 1932 models
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You are a wealth of information. Thank you sooo much, I really appreciate it.

Posted on: 2/14 18:53
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