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Re: fuel pump 1940 packard
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Thanks for doing that. Yes, welcome it..

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Re: thank you
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Hi guys;
I am taking this moment to thank each and every one of you for the help provided with our 1940 110 Sedan. She is on the Road...certified and runs like a charm.
It never would have been done without all of your help and advice.
THANK YOU ONE AND ALL

I'm not sure if I got the photos on here right but I tried...lol

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Posted on: 6/12 4:36:43
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Re: Distributor
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Thanks guys... It's early here in Canada

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Distributor
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Ok..here's the dummie question for the day...what is the knob on the side of the distributor for?

Posted on: 4/29 7:02:44
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Re: Boiling gas
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Ya for now... Lol.. But she's running Ming good again. It hasn't run since '64 so we are pretty proud and it won't have happened without all the help from this forum... Thank you everyone from the bottom of our hearts..

Posted on: 4/28 16:43:47
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Re: Boiling gas
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Yes sir....

Posted on: 4/28 10:48:00
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Re: Boiling gas
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OK... Flackmaster,, again you are correct. Girlfriend wacked the hell out of it with a hammer and chisel, shes loose and not broken.. Lol.. Taking her for a ride later and will keep you all posted. Again, thank you everyone...

Posted on: 4/28 7:19:03
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Re: Boiling gas
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Suggestion on how to fix? before my girlfriend asks for a divorce....😂

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Boiling gas
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My lines are cold. We are in Canada. Fuel line is cool right to float bowl. Running electric pump and it's cool but float bowl is boiling gas within 5 minutes of cold start up. Any ideas why?

Posted on: 4/27 20:15:26
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Re: fuel pump 1940 packard
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That's it, thank you Howard....

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