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  • About Plasticman
    Full Name
    John B.
    Beverly Hills (Pine Ridge) Florida
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    Retired Sr. Mfg., Motor (elec.), & Design Engineer
    Year & Model
    1962 Convert & 2003 50th anniv. convert.
    1962 Honduras Maroon, 2003 50th Anniv. Red
    62: 355 SBC w/ dual AFBs, headers, 4 spd OD trans.
    03: Very stock (at the moment).
    Country of Residence


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  • Last Activity: 03-15-2019 02:00 PM
  • Member Since: 11-28-2000


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  1. futura
    11-25-2018 08:51 PM
    Hey John, good to meet you at Cattle Roasters cars and coffee this morning. Beautiful 62!

    Art D. Aka Futura from N.C.
  2. 11-19-2017 04:32 PM
    John, thanks for sending the instructions to remove the check valve on the master cylinder when I install front discs in my '60. The check valve with the holes in it at the end of the spring just before the end cap is metal. The only thing that is rubber at that end of the cylinder is called the valve seat (5-3, figure 2). What am I missing? Bud
  3. ajrothm
    12-07-2016 01:07 PM
    Plasticman, what size are the Torque Thrust wheels on your 61?

    I'm about to buy a set for my dad for Christmas for his 62' and not a lot of info out there is a 15x7, 3.75 BS is correct. Thanks for any info!
  4. Plasticman
    04-19-2016 10:03 PM
    Email and drawing sent.

  5. 04-19-2016 08:28 PM
    I emailed you plasticman thanks a lot for the help
  6. 04-17-2016 01:49 PM
    I was reading an old post regarding the new process over drive a883 for a GM application and was wondering if I could buy a mounting plate for the hurst shifter from you? Thank you, WB
  7. 07-24-2009 10:05 PM
    I just wanted to say Hello. My husband & I live in Chiefland, Florida during the winter months. My mother used to live in Beverly Hills for 6 years, and my sister lives in Homossassa (she has a friend that lives in "Black Diamond," close by you. My sister, Angie, was the PostMaster in Holder for 20 yrs. (retired now).

    We own a 1961 Jewel Blue convertable with a hard top also (it is here in Wheeler, MI) have been working on it for 6 summers (hope this is the last.) I read your post when I was searching soft top installation help. We bought the top from Al Knoch and will get his video now that we are ready to install--yes we are doing it ourselves with my son's help.

    Next year we will start restoring our '58 (haven't decided on color, but my husband would love a beige top--yours looks very nice!). We will bring one vette to Florida for fun!

    We enjoyed your web page.

    Katherine Jackson
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