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Re: 1938 Packard engine parts enquiry
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38-320. Serial number and Angles on the cylinder block confirmed. Curious as to your plan for big end rod bearings?

Posted on: 9/16 8:47:21
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Re: 1938 Packard engine parts enquiry
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I've got a NOS timing chain and a shipment going to a Packard friend in London next week. I can put a head gasket in the box, and maybe some other stuff.

A bit more about your project?

DAF

Posted on: 9/15 16:32:07
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Re: 51Pack200's 1951 200
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I happen to know Ross is temporarily "on the dark side", i.e. a Studebaker mission for the next few days. Suggest you PM him to ask for consult and I'm sure he'll review when he can.

Posted on: 9/10 18:59:24
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Re: Ken's 1937 120 Touring Sedan
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W-3525, Wohlert replacement.
Packard casting 300071 noted.

Posted on: 9/8 11:03:19
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Re: 41 Packard 120 Sell or fix
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Nothing you have described raised any issues in my mind, other than the cost of a full on correct detailed interior. If you are just taking it for joyrides, no real need to satisfy any judging cost. Do what works best budgetwise and enjoy.
Working through a few wiring/charging/Overdrive/steering/choke issues should not be a problem with the support from this website - the systems are rather simple. The overdrive is seemingly complex, but trust me, we have the support of Howard (HH56) on this website, definitely one of the worlds experts on this system.
With the overdrive working, a 41-120 is a very friendly car to drive at any reasonable speed. Good choice for a family car.

Finally, as to the radio, my personal opinion is leave it in the trunk and bring the bluetooth speaker for the music on your phone.

Posted on: 9/5 19:23:40
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Re: Ken's 1937 120 Touring Sedan
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S990 is Pontiac...or is it 992...one or the other

Posted on: 9/5 16:24:22
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Re: 3rd series Packard Six
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No Reserve = I give up.
Learning from other's mistakes can teach a valuable lesson in advance of repeating it yourself.

Run...

Posted on: 9/5 13:17:44
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Re: Packard V12 1939 limo Gauges
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Knobs on either side of radio are for heater and defroster

Posted on: 9/1 8:19:00
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Re: Packard V12 1939 limo Gauges
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39 is needle point.
38 is round disc with point.

Posted on: 9/1 6:22:40
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Re: 1940 super eight 160 series 1804 model 1362 138" Wheelbase: making it driveable
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Am I seeing more insulation than normal? Was this an air-conditioned car?

Joe - good to see your are back on=line...are you and The Dutchess settled in?

And yes, this is THE resource to seek assistance, counsel and camaraderie with your Packard adventure. 22 years is a long time to wait...surely time to get on with it.

Posted on: 8/31 5:56:41
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