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Re: 1924 Sport Phaeton
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Dave, thank you for this helpful information’s and the picture.
It is as I though.. there is a tin tub into this big
rectangle hole. Its missing ..so I have to build one.
Your answer was fast enough .. because. I´m nearly done now
with the bodywork. I had to change all rotten wood under the
doorsills, .. rebuild the whole floor, .. rebuild the front seat backrest-construction. By the way .. if I have to rebuilt this kind of curved corners ..etc.. I use aircraft plywood (1/16”)1,5 mm. It is easy to bent it in shape. If you use additional a steamer tool the wood will stay in curve if you fix it over night. Then glue together (PU Wood glue) so much layers as you need. After you brushed it with inlet (?) wood primer 2 or 3 times and let it dry over night.. it´s strong like concrete. But you can use also Sheetmetal or aluminum sheet. But ask your upholsterer what he think about if he has to nail or staple this kind of areas.

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1924 Sport Phaeton
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... somebody know what these holes are for ?
They are not to fix the body on the frame ... because the frame is not on this place ... and they are not for the
fueltank this brakets are on an other place and not fixed on woodparts of the body. And what fills this hole ... is there a tin tub in and how this looks like ?? Dave you posted this greaat pictures from Steve Babinsky's 1-36 Sport .. do you see a chance to get some pics from under need the rear seat ?

Thanks in advance

Karl

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Posted on: 6/28 8:12:03
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Re: 1924 Headlight Lenses
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..sorry joe but I dont have any connection to Motorcyle Parts.

In the PDF datei are the question what typ of lens is the right one for my Packard and about the size.

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Posted on: 6/7 2:56:26
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Re: 1924 Headlight Lenses
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..ok friends ... I found the answer in a post on AACA Forum.
A guy ask there for the ID`s for the diffrent size of "Bausch & Lomb" glasses. The Glass I need for the 1924 Drums are the 9 7/8". Maybe somebody has a set or know where I can find them ???

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1924 Headlight Lenses
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.. does somebody know the right headlight lens diameter for
the headlight drums on my 1924 sport. There are any on ebay but I´m not sure if the 9 1/8" are the right ones. Actually there are Chevy glasses in. The ring who fixed the glasses into the drum has ... 10" outside diameter and 9,05" inner diameter.

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1924 Speedometer
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Where is a good and reliable Repairshop for my 1924 Speedometer. The Speedo which was in the Car has a broken drum (where the Numbers are on) Some Owner was trying to fix that by himself. I´ve a spare one form DavidMc where the hairspiralspring is broken. but the drum is in good condition.
Now I need the adress from a Repairshop who can fix that.

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Re: 1924 Sport Doorlock
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Gerd ...
there are a couple more on youtube but here are 2 examples of this typical "Packard Door Sound" where I´m talking about.
Go to 9:19 on the 1934 Super 8 Video
and 0:53 on the 1929 633 Video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAjMDfBXQO8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g30IwSG55SA

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Re: 1924 Sport Doorlock
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Hallo Gerd,
some owners show this special sound into youtube videos. If I can find it again I`ll post it.
It is like a dark metallic "Click..Click" after the door became a light pusch with one finger and the door is closed.
I also saw this in Peabble Beach as Owners show this to the public. It shows a part of the quality and precision of the work on this cars at this time also in details. If you got the possibility to close a Door from a Trabant and a Bentley side by side .. you´ll know what I mean.

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1924 Sport Doorlock
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What do I have to do to became this typical Packard sound if I lock the doors. Right now I had to push the doors very hard or turn the handle to lock the doors. The spiral spring is very strong .. so I can´t close the doors by a light push. Maybee this is not the original doorlock ???

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Posted on: 5/20 0:38:57
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Re: Need Cylinder Head, '34 8. What Yrs would be Interchangable ?
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..ups..

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