The Electronic Newsletter of the Chrysler 300 Club International
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Issue 38 August 4, 2018
In This Issue
News
Club Events
Feature Stories
Tech Articles
Video Corner
Members Say
Restoration Spotlight
Puzzles
Those Were The Days
Final Thought
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News
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Club Events

Our Next Meet:
Fall 2018: September 9-13 in Newport, RI, hosted by Michael Falcone.
Future Meets:
Fall 2018: September in Newport, RI, hosted by Michael Falcone. Future newsletters will have details.
2019: Available.


For more information, contact Ray Jones at 1970hurst@gmail.com or
Carlton Schroeder at schroe99@newnorth.net
Feature Stories
Blasts From The Past
From newsletters of the 1970's, 80's and 90's, here are stories that haven't
seen the light of day for years and deserve another look.
Tech Articles

Instrument Panel Service book from 1961
Covers testing and replacement of dash gauges Plymouth, Chrysler, Imperial, DeSoto.
Astradome gauge replacement on the 300H

Video (6:14)Private I need to change

We are looking for new technical articles. Please send whatever you think is helpful to bob@simplexco.com

Video Corner
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Members Say


Don Verity writes: Working on hinges, I was
able to disassemble by putting spacers in the coils of the springs.

Write us with whatever might be on your mind.
Restoration Spotlight
by Jamie Hyde

(1) From a request (command) from Gloria, we have been working on the F, G, H console lid retaining strap. We are pleased to report this project is completed and these straps will be available for purchase at the spring meet.
(2) In another piece of good news, the sunvisors for the F coupe are now being manufactured by Legendary Interiors and will be available for purchase at the spring meet.
(3) We will also be reporting at the spring meet on the progress of other projects.

There you have three more good reasons to come to Geneva in May.
Puzzles
If you like picture puzzles, here are new ones. Take your pick of "Florida Friends", "Drag Race", or "Parking Lot Repair."
Those Were The Days