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Re: 22nd series inst. panel removal
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You might try here, or maybe here.

Posted on: 2018/11/14 7:01
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1941 180 Limousine
1949 Custom Sedan (22nd Series)
1950 Custom Sedan
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Re: straw covered dashboard
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I'm guessing your memory may be little fuzzy. How about your neighbor had a 1953 Kaiser Dragon? The dashboard, upholstery and roof vinyl were certainly unique. Yes, it looked like straw or wicker.

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Posted on: 2018/11/1 16:52
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1950 Custom Sedan
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Re: Proud New Owner of a 49 Packard Club Sedan
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Here are the two build sheets from my '50 (factory re-numbered '49) Custom.

Edit: Except for the mystery number at the beginning of the gas tank version, the data is the same (at least it is on mine).

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Posted on: 2018/10/28 14:23
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Re: Proud New Owner of a 49 Packard Club Sedan
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Looks like you have the build slip still stuck between the whistling air vent and the fill tube. Is it complete and still legible?

Posted on: 2018/10/28 6:29
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Re: How did the factory paint Carribeans in 1956
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Here is an old thread that discusses the door jamb paint '55 vs '56 Caribbeans.

Posted on: 2018/9/19 7:41
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1950 Custom Sedan
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Re: Running very hot
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You might try adding your '52 to your signature line... it might help... a little.

Posted on: 2018/9/17 6:28
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Re: Head Mounted Accessories
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I wouldn't get too overwrought about the oil filter. Bear in mind that in 1941 Packard only put oil filters on cars with hydraulic lifters. The other cars ran just fine with frequent oil changes. In my opinion, it's more important to ensure that your oil pan is free of a possible 77 years of accumulated sludge. Then... run on a nice clean detergent oil such as Shell Rotella 15w40 with or without a bypass oil filter.

Posted on: 2018/9/4 9:05
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Re: Head Mounted Accessories
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A NAPA 1080 fits the factory canister, you might try that. You might also pull the existing cartridge (assuming there is one in there) and see if it's identified with some markings. Otherwise, measure it and see if you can match it up with something NAPA offers.

Posted on: 2018/9/4 8:32
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1950 Custom Sedan
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Re: Head Mounted Accessories
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Can't answer your first question as none of my Packards have accessories using the head bolts (356 engines).

As far as the oil filter is concerned, the 110 and 120 didn't have one as standard equipment. Packard did offer an oil filter as an accessory and is shown in the brochure as attached to the head. I would think that a lot of people added an aftermarket oil filter which could have been attached elsewhere. In that case, I don't think there is a right way or a wrong way. The filter to use depends on the brand/dimensions of the canister installed (photo?).

Posted on: 2018/9/3 19:35
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1950 Custom Sedan
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Re: 1941 Front Hood Mount
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I can't guarantee that this isn't a case of apples (110) and oranges (180), but this is the front hood connection of my '41 180.

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Posted on: 2018/9/3 6:33
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