THE GUESTBOOK (2)  (cliquez sur les miniatures pour agrandir)
Actualisé (revised)  le 22 février, 2014

Courriers sur la restauration de mon Imperial 57 convertible (merci à tous)
Messages about the "story w/o end" of my '57 convertible
(thanks to all !).

Objet: restoration story- pic of my 59 Imp.
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 10:06:35 -0600
59cpe1.jpg (51063 octets)De: "THOS C GREEN" <Thoscgreen@
A: <webmaster AT>

Bonjour Philippe, Have just read your story recounting the restoration of the 57 Crown convertable. You have done a magnificent job in restoring a magnificent automobile and at the same time preserving your marriage! You have great courage and determination, I admire you Philippe. It is difficult even in the US. to accomplish such a feat! Your car is truly beautiful. Thank you for sharing it with us. I will mail you a photograph of my 59.

Kindest Regards, Tom Green

Objet: Re: Your 1957 Imperial "Sebenology"
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 05:55:06 -0600
De: "John Gault" <Imperial@
A: <>

Over the years, I have contined to return to your Web Pages story of restoring your most precious 1957 Imperial Convertible.
The manner in which you continually conquered the obstacles, and never retreated from the task, makes you a man who has lived a life so outstanding, and full of achievement, that very few people in the World can match the Honor and Respect that we in the IML associate with the name of Philippe Courant!

Thank you very much from another IMPERIALIST.

John Gault
1962 Imperial Convertible

Objet: Re:  '57 Imperial conv. pics (en réponse au dernier "paquet" de photos mis sur le site)
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002
De: plusieurs "internautes", membres de l'IML, FWDLK, Chrysler 300 lists
A: Philippe COURANT <>

You should be very proud of your car. It's truly wonderful!  Mike Meyer   /  That's a very beautiful Imperial you have. And it looks like an equally beautiful day too. Art Beaumont Calgary, Alberta, Canada.   /   Great photos, Philippi! That's some camera, keep them coming. It's good to see the effort "across the pond". Ray Jones.   / bonjour philippe. c'est un bon auto! next time I make it to france on business, I will have to try harder to come south & see your cars. thanks for posting on the 300 site as well. still to cold here in canada to think about pulling them out for a quick spin, but summer will come. Lindsey Fuller  /   I enjoyed the photos of your 1957 Imperial. I sent a copy of your e-mail to Ken Miller, who lives close to us in Portland. He owned two 57 Imperials for about twenty years. He sold them about 10 years ago. He still has two Imperial convertibles, a 1961 and a 1968  John & Arlys Chesnutt, Portland, OR.    /   All I can say is "WOW"!!!!! /   Philippe : GORGEOUS ! Russ Fine, Alabama, USA   /   Hi Philippe. Great pics! Mind if I post one of them on the Mopar portion(s) of my website? Jerry Browarski / Very nice! Thank you for sharing this.John baker  /   WOW! Beautiful car. Congratulations on your restoration results.Take Care, Frank /  Those pics of your '57 convertible are fantastic! I'm quite jealous, and can't imagine the reaction to seeing this majestic example of Americana cruising the roads of France. Enjoy! Ross Klein   / Thanks Philippe,good PICs & nice of you to share. Denis RWC / Very nice pics Philippe. Are the yellow stickers reproduction? If so, where  maY I obtain a set? Regards, Bob / Very nice. I've enjoyed reading your many emails about the car so it's great to see pictures.John B   / You have a truly outstanding vehicle. My hat is off to you! It makes me wonder if mine will ever even come close to looking anywhere near as good.(..) You have put so much work into your car, not to mention time and money. Do you happen to have pictures of it when you got it for comparison purposes? Hugh  / That car of yours looks almost perfect, even under the hood. I didn't know that the 57's had such interesting looking air cleaners, is it some form of oil bath type? I like your floor mats as well with the eagle emblem. It would be nice to find something as suitable for my car when I can get it to that stage. Best Regards Arran Foster /   Nice pictures Phillipe, and a beautiful car also. Thanks for sharing the photo's with us! Bill Melichar 1959 Crown Southampton /   Your car really is a beauty, and you took some very nice picture of it! I could never see enough of your car, so I hope the next time the weather is nice, you'll take some more photos, including some detail shots of all of your wonderful green interior. In the mean time, I'd love it if you could mail me the large size photos that you've just taken and allow me to use them on the club website. Thanks! Mike Trettin   / Je viens d'aller voir le bel objet ! Bravo ! Il me semble que le tapis de sol vert est très vert. C'est normal ? Et ce gros fil qui dépasse sous le tableau de bord, ça sert à quoi ? Est-ce que tu ne pense pas qu'une "batterie à l'ancienne" ferait plus beau ? Tout ça, c'est pour dire quelque chose, car l'auto est bien belle... Congratulations ! Jean-Claude PETITPRE, Président de l'AMERICAN CAR CLUB DE FRANCE (....) .

Objet: Re: convertible
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2001 15:39:14 -0000
De: "Stewart Homan" <info@dreamcars
A: "Philippe COURANT" <>

Hi Philippe,

The Imperial looks absolutely stunning!

You mentioned another convertible converted into a truck - funnily enough, the guy I bought your car from was considering making it into a truck because of it's "......V8 engine!" Can you believe it??
Now, please let me know what your next favourite car is so that I can see if I have one? - You won't know what to do with all the spare time!
Seriously, the car is a real credit to you and I am pleased to have beenable to 'help' in some small way.

Note: Stewart Homan is the "boss" of Dream Cars (London, UK) who sold me the car 7 years ago !

Objet: L'histoire sans fin
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 14:33:57 +0100
De: "MARDON,FREDERIC (Non-HP-France,ex1)" <frederic_mardon@
A: "'webmaster AT'" <webmaster AT>


Je viens de finir la lecture de la restauration de votre Crown cabriolet. Que de chemin parcouru en 7 ans. En un mot, bravo ! Pour une histoire sans fin 2, je vous suggère l'obtention d'une CGFN...

Cordialement,      F. Mardon /  Grenoble

Objet: (sans sujet)
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 17:45:40 EST
De: Jacomodicq@
A: webmaster AT

un petit bonjour du nord. Felicitations pour le courage, la patience, vous avez une voiture maintenant au top après tant d'années de boulot il reste plus que d'en profiter
bravo encore, amities

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 22:45:56 EST
De: A57FURY@


Your car looks great. You did a super job. Good luck with it and I hope it rides a well as it looks.

John Paxos
'57 Fury
'57 Belv. Cvt

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] story w/o end
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 22:59:13 -0500
De: "Mario Henry" <henryma@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

I grew up in Quebec and have not hear this for at least 20 years. Super chouette . Makes me want to cry, such a nice car.
Mario Henry 1955 Plymouth Belvedere

Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 22:51:12 -0500
De: "Sam Finley" <Sfinley@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <>

Many thanks for your kindnesses.
I have visited the site you suggested, and hope I will be able to go forward from here.


Objet: FIN ?
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 08:58:15 EST
De: JPetitpre@
A: webmaster AT

Je viens de voir le 14ème épisode, et dernier. Mais tu t'avances un peu trop en disant qu'il n'y aura pas de 2ème histoire sans fin. Te connaissant, tu vas ressentir un manque, et lorsqu'il y aura une autre "belle" qui t'aura fait du charme, ne vas-tu pas "succomber à la tentation" (et "on ne te délivrera pas du mal" AMEN ... J'ai de beaux restes ! )
Un détail: au tout début de l'Histoire, il y a un ? après fin: ? Tu peux maintenant compléter: octobre 2001 !
Autre chose: est-ce que tu t'es balladé avec le drapeau US ? Essaie dans les quartiers chauds palois , histoire de recommencer l'Histoire sans Fin !!

Jean-Claude Petitpré, Président de l'AMERICAN CAR CLUB DE FRANCE (....)

Merci pour le conseil mais j'évite les quartiers "sensibles" ..

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] story w/o end
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 22:02:50 +0100
De: "Michael Sundbom" <michael.sundbom@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

Hi Philippe

Great jobb great car, wonderful story!!  Why not go for a long distance price? Västerås Big Meet welcomes you warmly.
Michael Sundbom

Yes, but it'll be a very long travel .. Perhaps with some "mopar" french friends..

SwedenObjet: Re: [FWDLK] story w/o end
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 07:18:06 -0600 (CST)
De: Jeff Ingraham <jingraha@
A: Philippe COURANT <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

I just have to add my accolades for your page. It is a think of beauty and is so very helpful for all us folks worldwide who are struggling with the task of restoring these magnificent cars!
Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge and experience with the world!
All the best,
Jeff Ingraham

Jeff Ingraham jingraha@
Instructional Technology Specialist ESU#3

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Wed, 07 Nov 2001 05:35:58 -0600
De: Steve & Linda Chou <stchou@
A: Philippe COURANT <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

Thank you very much! Not only was I impressed with your work and the story, I was also encouraged in my seemingly endless project ('57 Plymouth Belvedere sedan). Some things are worth waiting for......
Steve Chou

Objet: Re: [Chrysler300] story w/o end
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2001 22:51:24 -0600
De: hurst300@
A: Philippe COURANT <>

Hi Philippe;
Thanks for a great photo spread. This is a magnificant task you have nearly finished, especialy with you being in an Europian country with no local source of used parts. It's hard enough to do this in the USA as the junkyards with old cars are getting scarce. Great job!! and thanks again for sharing it with us.
Ray Jones

Objet: Re: [Chrysler300] story w/o end
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 17:01:25 -0800 (PST)
De: Paul Martin <Paul_Martin78@
A: Philippe COURANT <>

I have followed your story over the past two years and am pleased that you are now able to drive the fruits of your labor. I was in France on Vacation in early October on a canal boat. We picked up our boat in Buzet and travelled on the Biese to Valance and back. I was so close to Pau but did not have any time to explore in that area otherwise I would have contacted you and seen the Imperial in Person.
Paul Martin  300F  Vancouver, Canada

What a shame ! I'm only 100 miles from Buzet (good wine !). I think you travelled on the "Canal de la Garonne". For those who'll go to South France, let me know ..

Objet: Re: [Chrysler300] End of "the story without end"
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 09:16:24 -0500
De: "Ron Waters" <Ronbo97@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <>

Philippe -

Congratulations on the completion of your project !! What a tough job, especially being a continent away from all suppliers and parts cars. And the fact that most Imperial parts are 'Imperial only'. You should be proud of your accomplishment.
A couple of thoughts:
You should be able to get that speedometer to work. You said it was a magnet that caused the needle to move. Is it some kind of electromagnetic setup ? If so, maybe one of the internal wires is corroded, which would create enough resistance to not allow the needle to go above 20mph. Just a thought. Try disassembling one of the spare ones for ideas.
It's very difficult to photograph white cars. Even the pale yellow of my 58 Plymouth washes out when the sun is shining. Two possible ways of overcoming this is to use the slowest film you can find. This will give you a longer gray scale. Also, avoid shooting on sunny days. Cloudy or cloudy-bright days seem to work best for me. If you still encounter washout, you can put the picture thru Photoshop or other picturing editing software and bring down the contrast somewhat.

Like that white 59 Dodge. I assume it's a friend's car. Was that also aframe-off ?


Thanks for the advises ! Problem about the speedo is the magnet (not electric magnet) which has lost its magnetism. Need to be re-magnetize but the main problem is to remove the speedo assy !!
The '59 Dodge of my friend is a Coronet 2-dr HT (V8). The car has been restored but not a frame-off job.

Objet: RE: End of "the story without end"
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 06:49:30 -0600
De: "Wayne Graefen" <WGraefen@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>


Wayne Graefen

57scav2.jpg (21784 octets)Objet: 57 Imperial Convertible
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 02:38:44 EST
De: Scavengers58@
57scav1.jpg (22803 octets)
Philippe!!! Congratulations!!!!!!!!! Your Imperial is simply STUNNING!!!! Love It!!

I also have a 57 Imperial Southampton (4 door Hardtop) in shell  pink. It's an all original purchased from the original owner. It has 68000  miles on the clock. She needs some work but nothing major.....interior....trim rechrome....etc. I have attached some photos. I also have a 57 Plymouth Belvedere Conv. I just purchased in August of this year. I do not have any pictures yet. Enjoyed your pictures and story Philippe!57scav3.jpg (20731 octets)


Click on thumbnails to elarge, cliquez sur les miniatures pour agrandir.

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 19:31:02 -0800 (PST)
De: esierraadj@
A: ...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR (Philippe COURANT)

Philippe: I've had my 57 Dodge D500 since 10/80, but am relatively newto 'this' board.
Nice car; GHANA, huh????? Wow; whatta history THAT car has!
Anyway, & it's probably too-late, now, but I gotta say that you can make the wheels very "pretty" by 'hiding' the wheel-weights "inside and/or behind" the wheels", instead of "visibly" on the 'fronts' of the wheels.
Don't let ANYBODY tell you that you "can't" balance the wheels, without front-mounted balance-weights.
I've had my car @ over 100mph (& ubder, @ all speeds) , & my 'hidden' balance-weights, over the past 20 years of ownership have not given me ANY problems (& the 'naked/exposed' wheel-rims look great, & PRETTY)>
Enjoy your car, & be sure to DRIVE it; life is short, & there's plenty of MoPars , in heaven, I hear!

Neil Vedder 1957 Dodge Custom Royal 2-dr D500

Objet: Re: IML: End of "the story without end"
Date:Mon, 5 Nov 2001 18:03:57 -0800 (PST)
De: KerryPinkerton <pinkertonk@

Philippe, Congratulations on your accomplishment ! What a beautiful car ! I re-read your site from the beginning and am very impressed not only by your craftsmanship but by your perserverance in dealing with suppliers from the US with the time differences, shipping hassles, and language issues. I don't know if I would have been able to do it but you did a great job.
Best regards

Objet: Re: IML: End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 18:12:34 -0500
De: "Phil" <hilljack7@

Finally got to read this, Philippe, and all I can say, is well done! Both the restoration article and of course, Your beautiful Imperial, are superb! Maybe I shouldn't ask, but do you have any pics of the other unfortunate Imperial that got turned into a carryall?

Sorry but the owner (who has also a '58 wrecked convertible..) never sent me a pic except via fax which isn't the best quality for pics !

Objet: Re: [Chrysler300] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 16:47:22 EST
De: MJMLandDev@

A wonderful job on both those cars. You should be congradulated on a job well done!
Mike Meyer

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 15:18:04 -0600
De: Terry & Andree Hoeman <tehoema@

Congratulations!!! Job well done!!!!  Now if I can get my current convertible that far!!

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 15:17:22 -0500
De: "john g. photakis" <owlshop@

Very nice looking Imperial you have Philippe. I bet that everyone scatters when you are coming down those narrow streets in France!
John Photakis

Objet: SV: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 20:42:25 +0100
De: "Stig Molteberg" <mopar56@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

Only one thing to say Philippe, job well done! :-) I hope to see it in Sweden somewhere next summer, or maybe as soon as the spring in France :-)

Objet: Re: [Chrysler300] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 10:38:37 -0800
De: Gary Barker <gbaker@
A: Philippe COURANT <>
Copies à: IML Imperial Mailing List <>, Fwdlk <L-FORWARDLOOK@LISTS.PSU.EDU>,Chrysler 300 Yahoo List Server <>

You have done a wonderful job especially when you are so far from the country that made the car and the wrecking yards that have the parts you need. There is only one thing
that you left out of your story. Did you Christen it with A bottle of French Champagne?....  Gary Barker

    I'll do ...

Objet: Re: IML: End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 10:24:13 -0800
De: Bob Schmitt <bsbrbank@

Hi Philippe -

This is truly the best story of an Imperial restoration anywhere that I know of - book, magazine, Internet, in other parallel universes, etc. You are to be congratulated for the story AND the diligence and effort you have put into a wonderful project.
I'll nominate Philippe for "Imperialist of the Year", with Dave Duricy and Dick Benjamin (who probably retired the trophy years ago) as closeseconds!

Bob (who will soon travel to see his 25 year+ car project on its 50th "birthday")

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] End of "the story without end"
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 13:29:03 -0500
A: Philippe COURANT <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

I have enjoyed reading about your car. This last set of pictures is great. Congratulations and Happy Motoring.


Objet: Story Without End
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 10:17:39 -0800 (PST)
De: kenyon wills <imperialist60@


You recently wrote to me regarding your need for convertible top parts and were embarrassed about your written english. I must compliment you on your web-page story and tel you that it was wasy and elightful to read. Thank you for posting it!
I wish yo umany years of happy use with that car. Please keep me in mind if you should ever travel to the wastern US. I would be happy to meet you in person here in San Francisco.

Kenyon Wills
6o LeBaron - America's Most Carefully Built Car
73 LeBaron - Long Low & Luxurious

Objet: I have followed your website...
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 20:34:45 -0500
De: "Imperial" <Imperial@
A: <webmaster AT>

... and it is absolutely fabulous what you have done to that car. You should be very proud, (as if every Frenchman is not!)

John Gault.1962 "Imperial Cruiser"

Objet: your 57 Imperial
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2000 16:58:39 -0800
De: "Dallas Reagh" <znergy@
A: <webmaster AT>

I am a Canadian from Vancouver now living in Sacramento California.

I have owned 2 beautiful 58 Imperials a crown 2 door hard top and a Convertible. My Convertible was one of a few built for Princess Margarets Canadian tour in 1958. She (thebeautiful car) is white with deep blue (royal blue?) top and medium blue leather interior and upon delivery of the car to me, it had about 85ooo Kilometers showing. I sold the car a fewyears ago and bought an airplane. Finding this web site and reading your story is thrilling! The Imperial is a magnificant automobile. You are correct that the fit of body parts was notgood even from the factory. The Center Plane Brakes, though 12 inches in diameter, are not very effective and because I owned a brake repair shop in Vancouver, I used a rivettedlining with the friction material made by Bendix and was an FF friction quality. Worked wonderful.
The silicone brake fluid is not a good fluid. Almost impossible to rid of bubbles and it causes the metal wheel cylinders and master cylinder bores to corrode quickly. If your car was mine,I would flush the fluid out using methyl hydrate and refill and bleed with ATE 200 series fluid. This Dot 3 or 4 fluid is extremely stable and does not quickly absorb moisture and is veryheat resistant.
Again, Philippe, thank you for a great story and photos. I am excited to see you beautiful finished vehicle.

Yours truly,
Dallas Reagh

300 FObjet: Your 57 imperial
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2000 15:57:55 -0800
De: Paul@
A: webmaster AT

I hope you are able to interpret my English. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the restoration of your convertible. A 57 Imperial convertible is a big job to restore even here in North America. You have done well considering where you live.
Attached is a picture of my 60 300F just recently purchased in San Jose Ca. I live in Vancouver Canada.
Keep up the work and I will look forward to reading the next chapter.

Paul Martin

... Another pic in the 300 F gallery.

Objet: Your Imperial Restoration
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2000 08:47:34 EST
De: Lettercars@
A: webmaster AT

Hi Philippe, Just letting you know I enjoyed looking at your website. Didn't get all the way through it, but have it saved for future viewing. I am in midst of doing my 300F convertible, so the pictures of the complete disassembly were familiar!!!
Bye, Gil Cunningham

Objet: Re: IML: the story without end, part 6,7,8,9
Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 09:52:15 -0600
De: From: "Kerry Pinkerton" <pinkertonk@

Bravo Philippe! Great job on the car and web site. I have created a link to your site from the IML 57 page in the true life tales section. There is still a short section with photos in the reader car section also. I agree that this resource should be a permanent part of the IML archives. If we can figure out how to get your text and photos to me, I can move them to the  IML server.

Kerryp 57_61_73

Objet: Re: Suite de "l'histoire sans fin"
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2000 11:21:25 -0500 (EST)
De: From: Hub001@
A: <>;

Question : Qu'est ce qui te donne le plus de boulot , la restauration de l'Imperial, ou   le site internet ??????

Cordialement Hubert ANDRE

Objet: the story without end, part 6,7,8,9.
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2000 02:49:24 -0600
De: "John Gault" <JGault@
A: <>

When it is completed, this story should become a permanent part of the Imperial Club site. The html pages could be re-coded to bring them into our club as an archive that should last as long as the club lasts, and that Imperialists exist.
Everyone in the club should appreciate the people that had anything to do with this restoration and the documentation of it on the web site. For anyone who missed visiting the site, here it is again: A fantastic and detailed story of the restoration of a 1957 Imperial: Then click on "next" at bottom of each page to move through the entire story to date.

John Gault   1962 Convertible

 Objet: Suite de "l'histoire sans fin"
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2000 23:56:00 –0800
De: "John Hertog" <crossram@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <>

Hi Philippe,

Quel beau travail tu as fait ! J'ai beaucoup a apprendre de ton "layout" . Je viens de terminer un projet identique pour ma 300G doree, a part que j'attends d'avoir quelques meilleures photos pour inserer . Mais ton histoire est bien mieux etudiee que la mienne ! Voici le "link" pour la mienne - pas encore finie, il manque des belles photos de la "G" terminee..
Merci beaucoup pour tes gentils mots a mon sujet... I appreciate very much. En ce qui concerne l'object de tes travaux: splendide . Quel boulot...Je le dirai bien encore une fois : j'admire les gens comme toi, qui realisent ces projects a l'etranger - que ca soit France, Suede, Finlande... quel perseverance et patience..
Felicitations. Nice job !
J'espere pouvoir te rencontrer un jour...le dollar est tres fort par rapport au franc, (ou a l'Euro..)
* et il est temps d'envisager une ballade en France peut-etre au printemps..
Ah - finalement - le titre de ton e-mail me fait rigoler ! Histoire sans fin.... jeu de mots... j'ai une histoire sans fin(s) ici... ! je viens d'acheter une 300G decapotable..sans fins (ailes) . Le proprio d'origine les a amputees en 1965-66 car les "Fins" n'etaient plus ...a la mode ! Aaaarrgh !

A tres bientot,


* J'en sais quelque chose quand j'ai du payer la 2° partie de la sellerie et les douanes françaises ! En fin de compte, la sellerie m'a coûté 40 % de plus !!

Objet: Re: [chrysler300] the story without end, part 6,7,8,9.
Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 16:56:54 -0800
De: Bob Jasinski <rpjasin@
A: Philippe COURANT <

Dear Philippe,

Thank you very much for sharing your Imperial restoration story with the 300 Club members. I really enjoy reading it and can understand the great challenge you have faced. I have done a complete body off frame restoration on a 1951 Chrysler Windsor convertible, and it took me 5 years and about $30,000.
Beautiful job, and I am anxious to see the photos of the complete car.

Bob Jasinski    1961 Chrysler 300 convert
Danville, California

Objet: Re: [FWDLK] the story without end, part 6,7,8,9.
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2000 14:25:07 -0800
De: From: "Robert Bishop" <r.j.k@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

Philippe, wonderful web site, great story and photos! The car looks great!  I look forward to seeing more.

Robert Bishop
Vancouver, Canada

Objet: the story without end, part 6,7,8,9.
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2000
De: Bob Schmitt bsbrbank@
A: "Philippe COURANT" <...._clb@CLUB-INTERNET.FR>

Philippe -

Absolutely fabulous story - the best (and only?) story of a "frame-off" Imperial restoration that I have read. And your diligent work on this Imperial is also to be congratulated!


Objet: Re: IML: 57 convertible restoration story
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 15:07:09 -0600 (CST)
De: Jeff Ingraham <jingraha@
A: Philippe COURANT <>

WOW! What a GREAT site! Thanks so much for sharing your project with us! What a beautiful job you are doing! Keep up the good work!
Jeff Ingraham
Omaha nebraska

Jeff Ingraham jingraha@
Instructional Technology Specialist ESU#3

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