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Re: Unusual wear on throw-out bearing
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My first guess is that a previous bearing did that?

Posted on: 10/27 15:01:28
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Re: WANTED, PLS HELP $$ SEARCH FOR 1937 ROOF SECTIONS AND DOOR SECTIONS PARTS$$
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RE the photo in post #4, I don't think of that kind of rust in Australia. Is this typical near the coast?

Posted on: 10/19 15:07:59
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Van Halen's Panama
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With Eddie Van Halen passing yesterday, the airways have been flooded with his band's music.
Since owning a Panama, I enjoy the rock radio staple even more. Now I kind of surmised the song was about a car, the engine sound featured in the tune sounds exactly like a grey market Testarosa that I heard many years ago.
The real story that I heard in an interview was that DLR, the lead singer, wrote the song about a stripper named "Panama" that he had seen in an L.A. club one night.
Now you know the "rest of the story"

Posted on: 10/7 7:07:30
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Re: Looking for delco starter
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You will be happier with the Delco. Lighter & easier to get to the wires.
Good Luck!

Posted on: 9/17 18:13:57
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Re: RADIAL TIRES
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I have a set of Coker American Classics, though they are not "Bias" look.
They ride like 8 ply truck tires with only 30 psi in them.
You may want to explore Diamondbacks.

Posted on: 9/12 8:51:43
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Re: Move a packard from Phoenix AZ to Sal Lake City UT
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Drive it!

Posted on: 8/30 18:58:50
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Re: 1942 tune-up issue
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"You are right- Nobody will work on mine either -"
Sigh...
The future is bright for a young person willing to learn!

Posted on: 8/5 10:10:05
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Re: Power steering pump
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F150 conversion sounds interesting, have any links to details?
The Eaton pump was used by Ford, IH & Studebaker, try parts kits for those. You can always just order up the seals & bearings separately...

Posted on: 8/3 14:40:41
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Re: 320 v8 pistons and valves.
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What part of the world are you in?
I have nos intake valves, $150/8 and a 320 head for you...
Milwaukee, WI
Ah, Sweden...That's expensive!

Posted on: 7/16 14:42:43
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Something to consider for those who have never done this before...
The blasting media gets EVERYWHERE.
Steering column, window regulators, headlight switches, trunk hinges, ad nausium.
The good news is it is not a flood car :)
Can't wait to see her finished.

Posted on: 7/10 7:12:58
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