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Re: Gettysburg Pac meet
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I'm usually there, just for a different reason on a different week.

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Posted on: 2010/7/9 14:03
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Re: second attempt - Max Merritt Packard Parts & Accessories
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Chuck, sorry for the trouble with the video.


I saw that in the article. That would've made some great add-copy back then.

Posted on: 2010/6/29 14:42
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Re: second attempt - Max Merritt Packard Parts & Accessories
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I couldn't get the video to work, but the article was good. I agree that getting others including younger people into "our" cars is necessary for the future. I'm actually starting to see some results. I've seen my first Packard in this area other than the one I bought.

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Posted on: 2010/6/28 23:17
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Re: Chuck's 48 Deluxe Sedan
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I believe this should replace the breaker in question?Quote:

HH56 wrote:
Rubber does look good and should make a big difference.

Any auto parts store should have the breaker--autozone also does--just be sure to get the kind with threaded studs instead of the push in tab type. Believe they are all pretty close in size. The breaker and dimmer switch are both fairly cheap and even if not causing the problem today, eventually will and worth replacing.


Also, the Thunderslug should be outta here by Saturday.

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Posted on: 2010/6/16 14:01
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Re: Chuck's 48 Deluxe Sedan
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It's been a good week. The buyer finally came and got the 73 Buick out of here. I mounted the rest of my tires and reoiled the shocks. Now we're rolling

Posted on: 2010/6/8 13:41
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Re: 56 clipper super hardtop on Ebay forever
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My brother actually bought this bucket...

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Posted on: 2010/6/6 14:13
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Re: Packards for Sale
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Trefry wrote:
If you are talking about the 300 so did I, I just bought it, Shh don't tell my wife.

Cool. That just happens to be how I get to work each day.

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Posted on: 2010/6/2 18:32
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Re: Chuck's 48 Deluxe Sedan
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Back on the job! I got my trunk all squared away with the proper spare tire mounting accessories, still haven't found a jack yet. I also finished up the door weather strip work on the front doors. Major improvement! It completely got rid of the door rattle and occasional popping open on bumpy turns.

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Posted on: 2010/6/2 18:28
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Re: New to Packardworld-Just trying to get car started
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Woohoo! It started. I have a 6v John Deere battery that fits the tray. It turned over, then coughed, then sputtered to life. Now I need to find the generator wires to charge the battery. As I said, there were very few wires connected.

I gave up on the original wiring for my 48's charging system. I just ran my own wires using the diagrams on this site.

Posted on: 2010/6/2 18:18
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Re: Packards for Sale
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Quite the collection!
Unrelated: I like the 59 Ford behind the 56 Patrician sa well.

Posted on: 2010/6/2 18:14
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