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Re: 1941 gas tanks
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Re: Clutch grinding
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I have the habit when I'm at a standstill of shifting into 2nd, then into first. I think I'm slowing the gears down doing that. Whatever it is, it prevents any grinding of gears.

Posted on: 1/14 5:27:06
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Re: 1937 front window installation
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This may help.

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Posted on: 1/13 8:05:08
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Re: "Concourse" vs. "Concours"
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Chris, it's okay. I said the slip could show at the top OR at the bottom. Gerd attempted to show me that it could occur at the top AND at the bottom using the posted illustration. But the white at the top that is indeed showing is a blouse, not a slip. But I applauded the effort. Keep looking.

I had 5 years of Latin thanks to the Jesuits in HS and college, it was a long time ago, a long, LONG time ago. But I know that 'sub ubi' means underwear (technically under where).

I don't think Gerd was bothered, but who knows how thin a skin can be?

Posted on: 1/5 16:39:52
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Re: "Concourse" vs. "Concours"
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Sorry, that's a blouse. Good try.

Posted on: 1/5 15:44:13
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Re: "Concourse" vs. "Concours"
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So as not to usurp the etymological, historical and cultural derivation that may be coming, a slip is a women's secondary undergarment. If its straps can be seen at the top or the hem can be seen at the bottom because it is longer than the skirt or dress being worn, the slip is said to be showing.

Saying a slip (always singular) is showing is saying that an error in conduct or some moral transgression has been made.

Posted on: 1/5 11:14:25
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Re: Are these Packard parts?
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The top one is the blaster exhaust shield of an X-Wing Starfighter that's seen some action in the Empire.

Posted on: 12/31 16:48:57
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Re: MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
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$50 in the pot for BigKev...and dots connected, sort of, for Gerd at
http://www.mktx.com/packard/Packardquickdraw.mov

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone! The Christmas lights will go in the car before I drive to my daughter's for a family get together.

Thanks, Michael!

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Posted on: 12/25 11:53:13
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Re: Fuel Pump Rebuilt Kit and Instructions Needed
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Kanter will do an exchange for $140 and the pump is guaranteed.

Kits with detailed instructions with photos from http://classicpreservation.com/fuelpumpkits.html
Just call or email for the cost, but the kits on eBay hover around $50. Also the owner of Classic Preservation will rebuild your existing pump.

Posted on: 12/23 7:11:10
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Re: Lower radiator hose collapse
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I'm only guessing, jwb, but that kit is $50 and the metal pipe is $45, so I don't think the curved pipe in the kit could be the same as the single-piece outlet pipe. But even with that metal pipe, you would need that kit.

Let us know what MM says.

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