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  • About Chuck Gongloff
    Full Name
    Charles M. Gongloff
    Beverly Hills/Pine Ridge Florida
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    Retired Oral Surgeon
    Year & Model
    1963 FI Roadster, 2006 Roadster
    Riverside Red, Velocity Yellow
    300+ Level NCRS Master JudgeRetired 14 Year Bloomington Gold Judge In The 53-5 Division

    Former Editor, Judging Chairman and Chairman, Mason Dixon Chapter, NCRS,

    Member Of Mason Dixon, and Florida Chapters, NCRS

    Member of the Bel Air (Maryland) Corvette Club for 32 years.

    Member of the Citrus County Corvette Club.

    NCRS Member for 36 years.
    NCCC Member For 39 Years.
    Country of Residence
  • Signature
    1963 Riverside Red/Black Roadster NCRS Top Flight.
    1956 Chevy 150 2 Door Sedan Hot Rod
    1937 Chevy Coupe Street Rod Street Rod
    2006 Velocity Yellow/Black LS2 Roadster


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  • Last Activity: 02-19-2019 06:47 AM
  • Member Since: 04-02-1999


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  1. futura
    11-25-2018 10:04 PM
    Hey Chuck,

    Good to meet you at the Cattle Dog Roasters Cars and Coffee this morning!

    Art D. Aka Futura in N.C.
  2. 03-22-2017 09:59 AM
    Just noticed that you were in Florida also I am in Port Richey not to far away. I am thinking of purchasing a 65 vette which has a 350 replacement engine which is not to unusual unless you can find an original anyway I did have a forum member look at it in Alabama and said everything looked good other than the windshield clips not being correct.It does have a muncie 4 speed and was thinking of swapping that out with an automatic 4 speed with OD but not sure which one to get for a daily driver would you have any suggestions? thanks
  3. 09-15-2013 07:44 PM
    Hi, Chuck...I have been working on the Carter YH carburetors on my 1954 Corvette, and notice that in the exploded views of rebuild kits, that there usually are shown two different bowl cover gaskets. One has a "protrusion" on one side opposite of the 3 holes for the hold down bolts; the other gasket which my carbs use, do not have that protrusion. If my description is clear, which one is correct for the 2066SA carbs?
  4. 10-16-2012 09:50 PM
    Chuck, I recognize you from many visits to Corvettes Carlisle. I have a '54 owned for 39 years, now finally eager to finish. I have a suspension issue on the rebuild, are you savy on these or who do you know that really knows these. My upper a frames will not drop freeley when the cap nuts are torqued. Hope you can help. Thanks, Mark E-Mail [email protected]
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