The application is a 1949 Packard. The engine and transmission were just rebuilt. The clutch/pressure plate/throwout bearing were only 3000 miles old so they were reused. No prior noises in them. The pilot bearing seemed stiff so I removed and reinstalled a new one and lubed it up according to the manual. The flywheel was resurfaced. I cleaned the clutch and pressure plate with brake cleaner and I (perhaps this is the problem) I ran some rough grit sand paper on the flywheel and pressure plate by hand to break off any glaze (I have done this with drum and disc brakes in the past with great success). I was able to upload a video with audio to YouTube at the following link: The engine is spinning at about 2000 RPM as I was still in the process of a high speed idle to keep the oil pressure up to wear in the cam shaft and new engine break in so could this be the issue as well???. A slight error in the terms I used during the video...I say the words "as the pressure plate stops" and/or "as the pressure plate begins to move" however I meant to say "driven plate (Packard speak for clutch disc)". The noise begins just as the driven plate (spinning clutch material) just starts to move and/or when the clutch material just begins to stop moving. It is quiet when the clutch is spinning with the flywheel/pressure plate. Can you all PLEASE watch the video and PLEASE help me fix this???? THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!