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Re: 1938 V12 1608 Voltrage regulator
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Thanks Dave,

I think I figured out the 3 vs 4 hole question.

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1938 V12 1608 Voltrage regulator
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I am trying to verify a couple things on an Autolite regulator for my '38 1608.

Is it VR "B" or VR "P" 4008A?

Do they have 3 or 4 mounting holes?

Any help would be appreciated.

Posted on: 10/18 10:01:03
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Re: Tighten 115-C connecting rod bolts dry or oiled?
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Posted on: 10/11 7:54:39
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Re: 28 Bumper Bracket & Strip
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I am not familiar with that part, but a couple questions.

Is it magnetic?

If not what does the broken edge look like, color? grain?

Maybe a picture of the broken edges would help.

Posted on: 10/4 6:25:39
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Re: Packard V12 1939 limo Gauges
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On my '38 1608, it is the radio.

Posted on: 9/1 7:57:10
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The Lubrication System of the Packard Twelve Engine
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I am looking for a copy of this as it is no longer available thru the Lone Star Packard's.

Does anyone have one I can beg, borrow, copy or steal?

Thanks

Posted on: 8/28 13:23:52
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Re: Packard Blue vs Centennial Blue
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Bob,

Thanks for the research. I will go get some mixed up and see how it matches up.

Bill

Posted on: 8/22 5:55:55
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Packard Blue vs Centennial Blue
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It is hard to tell from the color cards, but is Packard Blue darker than Centennial Blue?

It is for a 1938 Car.

Posted on: 8/21 10:52:18
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L-8 filter orientation '38 Twelve
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Does the "INLET" side of the filter go towards the front?

Just double checking before I screw something up.

Posted on: 8/15 7:29:38
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Re: Inner tubes for Twelves
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I took off the rim band and found rivets. No number stamps

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jpg  Packard wheel3.jpg (234.31 KB)
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Posted on: 8/12 13:53:52
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