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Bob's p-b unit, #4

Bob's p-b unit, #4Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)    Last Update2007/4/9 20:17    Tell a friendTell a friend
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The 10-32 nut has been brazed in place, the hole has been filed

Bob's p-b unit #3

Bob's p-b unit #3Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)    Last Update2007/4/9 20:15    Tell a friendTell a friend
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the plate is prepped for reapir of the stripped threaded hole, cal-custom drain hole

Bob's p-b unit,#2

Bob's p-b unit,#2Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)    Last Update2007/4/9 20:13    Tell a friendTell a friend
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here's the funky drain hole someone added. Note drill marks on large bearing boss above hole

Bob's p-b unit, #1

Bob's p-b unit, #1Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)    Last Update2007/4/9 20:11    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Here's Bob's push button (actuator) control base plate, as found. The far right (left when looking on the unit)contact bridge mount hole is stripped, and there is evidence that water was getting into the actuator and someone drilled a hole to let it out, rather than seal the unt. Note corrosion at bottom

early view of Packard plant

early view of Packard plantPopular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryPackard Factory Exterior    Last Update2007/3/16 9:27    Tell a friendTell a friend
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looking at the corner of East Grand Boulevard and Concorde streets

Early view of Packard plant, about 1910

Early view of Packard plant, about 1910Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryPackard Factory Exterior    Last Update2007/3/16 9:25    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Early view of plant, the bridge over the boulevard was added in the late 30's, would  be in the foreground of this view

1932 Packard model 905 twin-six sedan at PPG

1932 Packard model 905 twin-six sedan at PPGPopular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    Category1932    Last Update2007/3/11 16:06    Tell a friendTell a friend
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another 8x10 glossy I bought at the DPL-NAHC sale in '82. See other picture marked "Don Weiland Packard painting" to see picture painted from this photo by noted automotive artist Don Weiland

V-8s at Warren, 1999

V-8s at Warren, 1999Popular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    Category1956    Last Update2007/3/7 20:20    Tell a friendTell a friend
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V-8s lined up neatly

1932 twelve cylinder front wheel drive prototype

1932 twelve cylinder front wheel drive prototypePopular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    CategoryShow and Concept Cars    Last Update2007/3/7 14:14    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Taken at Warren during the magnum opus

Packard 1106 Sport coupe by LeBaron

Packard 1106 Sport coupe by LeBaronPopular
SubmitterMrPushbuttonMore Photos from MrPushbutton    Category1934    Last Update2007/3/7 14:06    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Taken at Warren during the Magnum opus.

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