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Re: Question about a 48 Station Sedan at Barrett-Jackson
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I'll bet the prior owner got a "good deal" on the auto upholstery.

Posted on: 1/20 9:07:24
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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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Good job of sleuthing Rebus.....good luck.

Posted on: 1/19 9:03:48
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Re: Clipper Power Brake Upgrade
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interesting, but, be careful of "easy install" and "universal" claims.

Posted on: 1/15 11:13:20
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Re: 1932 Packard Light eight shovelnose serial number plate
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Do what you need to do to make the car as reliable and safe as possible without making hard to repair changes (if possible). Save all the old parts to put back on if needed to sell the car or return the car to the desired "when you acquired it status". If you're going to drive the car there's not much you can do for safety's sake that you'll get dinged for, but some changes will be of a semi-permanent nature; ie., seat belts, turn signals, etc. I'm sure you will get lots of help and advice as more folks join the forum today. By the way, beautiful, beautiful car.
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Steve Fisher

Posted on: 1/12 9:36:33
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Re: Brake and Clutch pedal "Thump"
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I'm not sure but letting the pedal pop up might lead to a rapid release/engagement of the brakes and clutch causing a thump that might be absorbed if the pedals are gradually released. Is there any particular reason the pedals need to be uncontrollably released in this manner, it's not usually done like that, is it?

Posted on: 1/8 16:34:57
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Re: "Concourse" vs. "Concours"
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Who or what is a "slip"? Put into context please.

Posted on: 1/4 20:01:15
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Re: '41, '42 Rear vent window
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HAPPY NEW YEAR definitely the champagne!

Posted on: 12/31 14:00:59
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Re: 1940 120 cam gear and crank gear removal
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Fine art JT120. Great picture

Posted on: 12/31 11:58:23
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Re: '41, '42 Rear vent window
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If there's a vent window on the other side could you look at that to see what the top pivot piece looks like and how it's attached? Good luck.

Posted on: 12/31 11:54:09
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1955 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer Tri-tone
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Re: Are these Packard parts?
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I don't know about either part, BUT, the fastest way to identify the parts is dispose of them, it's then that you'll need them/it. deep.

Posted on: 12/31 11:48:01
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1966 Rambler Classic 770 Convertible
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