From:backyard bob e-mail:somewhere-A-newjersey
Subject:RE: RE: RE: Puckett badge Date:Tue Feb 2 20:11:47 2016
Response to:20987
Them there reproduction fancy valve stem caps don't have
no Schraeder valve stem removal tool on the end so toss
an old one in your pocket if you go too far from home.
If they won't rent you the badge ask them if they'd be
willing to let you press it into some casting sand to
make a mold.



Here is one of your excellent reproduction vale stem
capps on my 1955 Hummer. I also have them on my 1962
XLCH (sorry no photos), and have a pair on the shelf for
my 1954 KH when it's readily next spring (or following

ALL the COOL PEOPLE have these valve stem caps.

Best of luck finding an original Puckett's badge.
There's one out there, all you have to do is dig, and
dig, and dig some more.

Hi,Don Tom IN Orlando here,I also have seen that pic and
was looking for it last week and thought it to be on an
old crashed computer of mine but coulnt retrieve it. good
to see that picture as I tore the house and garage apart
looking for it on a goose chase.I offered up to 250
dollars to just rent it and return it but the person
woulndnt do it.I live 3 blocks from where Pucketts was
and was in there many time,s in the very early 80's. Im
looking for it too and have been for 5 years or better.
God Speed! Vintage Tom, see ya @ silver sands hummer
If I could find a badge that I could borrow or even
rent, I could reproduce it for all of us that would like
to have one. Just in case anyone has one. I have searched
all over Florida and found none, I even contacted the
Puckett family with no luck. Someone has to have one