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Re: Wire Wheel Cover (Hubcap) Removal
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A high strength non-marring plastic hub cap removal tool specifically for that type of cap has been available for decades from the Indiana Region of the CCCA.

Posted on: Today 15:23:21
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Re: Stubborn pin on front driveshaft of '53 Caribbean
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Are you certain the pin and housing must be removed in order to install a new boot? I vaguely recall reading that the boot can be installed without removing them.

Posted on: Yesterday 11:40:41
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Re: 1924 Sport Phaeton
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Karl, comparing to Mr. Babinsky's original and unmolested 136 Sport Phaeton here in New Jersey, those holes are not used. Perhaps redundant from some other use of that body member? Photo sent to you.

Sorry it took so long to get you an answer.

Dave

Posted on: 7/10 16:04:17
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Re: 192? Touring car Single six?
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Packard did not produce by model year in that era. Yes, U5510 corresponds to First Series Single Six 116, produced starting in 1920 and continuing on into 1922.

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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Recognize that the sand can also get into your crankcase and engine internals like bearings, transmission and differential internals, suspension bushings and the like, etc.

Posted on: 7/10 8:50:32
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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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Neat photo, its an 1101. Note the metal (nickel plated) inner tube valve stems - last year for that feature.

Posted on: 7/9 6:34:33
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Re: 1939 Packard Six convertible coupe interior
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1938 Eight (120) door panels done similarly. See photo in this thread of original feature details.

https://www.packardclub.org/forum/view ... 78702786585a0dc758bf053d9

Posted on: 7/7 17:40:33
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Re: 1939 Packard Six convertible coupe interior
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Often answers to questions about interior materials and patterns and options if any can be found in the Salesman's Data Book. I know it's on this site, have you browsed it?

Someone has recently reproduced one or more of the prewar junior car rubber front mats, I saw them displayed at the Traverse City National Meet. I can't recall who had them but I'd bet a phone call to Joel Ray would get you the answer.

Posted on: 7/6 15:08:29
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Re: Bent Rim on a 1940 Super 8
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Don, my understanding is a little different. I heard or read that cars with dual spares (for example, dual sidemounts) were obligated to turn in one of them (but not both) to the war effort. Some indirect support for that is the number of dual sidemounted cars that were "discovered" in the '50s and were missing one spare. Interesting question, maybe someone will take up the challenge and find some authoritative documentation on just what action was required.

Posted on: 7/6 7:57:26
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Re: Points adjusting and hold down screws 1948 2262
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On the style of distributor that incorporates a point adjusting screw, it is not meant to be removable. But if it is missing, it's really of no great consequence as it's only a convenience feature and not at all essential. Although perhaps a little more tedious, you can still properly adjust and secure the points without it.

Posted on: 7/6 6:24:22
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