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Re: Electrical System Frustration
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Thanks Owen, we're always learning.
Wes

Posted on: 11/16 16:46:32
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Re: Electrical System Frustration
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Hi afsinc, normally I would say it's no problem joining in but I think you would have been better off in the Pre-War forum. because I believe that you have a three brush Generator and the charging is control by that third brush. I not sure so I won't go any further.
Wes

Posted on: 11/16 14:22:09
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Re: Coil wiring question
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PTV, That was an old post from 2012. I would hope it's been fixed by now.
Wes

Posted on: 11/16 8:19:45
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Re: 1941 PACKARD MAKES ICE CUBES
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Also if you have a Facebook account goto "Packard Automobile Classics" and on the November 4 at 7:33 AM an Eric S Smith start a post about the 1939 A/C unit came out on the 4th on November. And in the comments on this post you will find the other pictures posted by Jeff Smith.
Good hunting!
Wes

Posted on: 11/15 17:00:43
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Re: 1941 PACKARD MAKES ICE CUBES
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Sorry, I don't. I was just transferring the pictures over from Facebook since I know some people don't use Facebook. The person who posted the pictures, Jeff Smith. Maybe he can give you some more information on where he got the pictures.
Wes

Posted on: 11/15 16:37:57
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Re: Oil pressure and mult-viscosity oil.
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Thanks for clearing that up.
Wes

Posted on: 11/13 10:46:53
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Re: Oil pressure and mult-viscosity oil.
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John, so I'm guessing that NAPA 1006 oil cartridge is a good replacement since the Packard Parts X-Ref list a 1080?
Wes

Posted on: 11/12 8:59:37
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Re: A little Packard History from 1945
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Kind of makes you think about the movie "It's A Wonderful Life".
Wes

Posted on: 11/12 8:44:19
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Re: A little Packard History from 1945
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Yes Steve, I think it is one of the biggest "What If's".
Wes

Posted on: 11/11 17:45:51
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Re: A little Packard History from 1945
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Future Packard?
Checkout the Popular Mechanics for Jan 1955, you won't be sorry. Shows pictures of making a Plymouth from a drawing to clay model to real car. Parade of 1955 Cars and the Changing of Automobiles and also some cars that started it all.

https://books.google.com/books?id=390D ... &cad=0#v=twopage&q&f=true

Wes

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Posted on: 11/11 13:26:39
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