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Re: Batavia IL VFW Charity Car Show
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glad to see that a few events are taking place at most car events social distancing is practiced. Good to get out and get some fresh air and relax a little. A few fire dept are having events which provide them some of the funds they need to serve us

Posted on: 8/24 9:21:36
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Re: PAC meet torsion level presentation
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I to enjoyed the detail discussion with all the factors that had to be added when making the complete system. From suspension bushings to shocks even tires and all this was done with out any computer aids I was surprised that alloy used for bars was same as for coil springs. Its rare to hear a discussion about problems that were present from people who design things. My experience is a lot of engineers do not like to talk about errors or things overlooked in design and development of a complex system

Posted on: 8/16 9:47:00
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Re: Removal of power antennas
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I used K D Tool handle spring remover to remove and tighten the nut

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Posted on: 8/8 20:07:49
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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Update on Randy obituary note photo section of ob
https://ottfuneralhome.com/book-of-mem ... erger-Malcolm-R/index.php

Posted on: 7/5 10:52:32
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Randy Malcom Berger
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Was informed that Randy Berger has passed away awaiting details he had been sick for short time. I visited him a couple of days ago asked me to post on Packardinfo his passing. For me this is a difficult thing to do as Randy and I have spent many summer days at car events. He had great pleasure telling people about Best Other and its features. He will be missed by my entire family as we considered him one of us. His knowledge of 55 56 Packards was only exceeded by his knowledge Ives trains. I will miss my friend

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Posted on: 7/4 8:26:57
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Re: Celebration time!
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Glad still some who feel good about their country Good job

Posted on: 6/28 18:33:07
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Re: Dillinger used a Packard sedan as a "get away car" in 1934 bank job
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Packard as a company did not count on these people as they did not buy cars but stole them. The type off customer Packard wanted were a little further up the social ladder

Posted on: 6/20 19:56:16
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Re: 57 Clipper - Break Issue
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There is complete manual for 56 Studebaker and 57 Clipper supplement here on Packard info

Posted on: 6/13 13:58:36
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Re: D-Day
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Part of reason is even most of us citizens and members here do not remember D day I was 4 months old then. Did learn about it when young from my father and uncles who were in service during WW2. People don't remember for to long things they were not directly involved in. I remember my time in army but not so much the bad guess our minds tend to forget bad and keep good stuff on from of memory. A lot of people do not have a understanding of history or even care about it I always liked history and still do. Past was not all good or is the present we just have to live it and remember ro respect ourselfs and others

Posted on: 6/7 7:28:03
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Re: Interior upholstery kits
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Below email I got from SMS

Announcing our first sale ever!

In these unique times, there's a lot of uncertainty and confusion all over the world. We want the classic car community to know that we're still here and we're going to get through this with you.

Local government restrictions put in place to minimize the COVID-19 outbreak have limited the amount of workers we can have in our building, and will likely limit our manufacturing and order fulfillment, but we are still open

In fact, we've been in business for 43 years, and we have NEVER once had a sale on all of our products. That's exactly what we're announcing today. From now until the time we are allowed to resume full operations, we are offering 19% off of all products when you place a new order and mention this email.


That's 19% off of cloth, vinyl, leather, seat covers, door panels, carpet sets, headliners, vinyl tops, trunk lining, EVERYTHING.
>> Email us right now to get your order started! <<


So if you've got a car you're working on, or you've got a car you've been thinking of working on down the road, NOW is the time to buy your interior. This truly is a once in a lifetime special, and it won't last very long (we hope).

So e-mail us or give us a call at 503-263-3535 today and let's get your car looking like new!

>>> To claim your 19% discount, you must mention this offer when you place an order! <<<

Posted on: 4/5 13:12:37
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