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Re: Differences in 41/47 Deluxe Clipper Eight
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Good Morning...You should start a restoration thread as many of us will be interested in what you are doing. It may not be stock, but it does mean that another Packard is on the road...Just my humble opinion...Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: Yesterday 9:55:21
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Re: clipper
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Good Packard morning...Thank you for letting us know. We have all done similar things and then been stumped! I know I have...Enjoy your day. Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 9/12 8:36:33
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Re: clipper
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Good Morning...May I ask what made the old girl fire up? Thanks, Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 9/11 11:17:30
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Re: '38 six cyl question wrong oil filter? Really ready to start
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The flackmaster is rarely incorrect. An incorrect or after market oil filter canister could easily be the problem as they were extra cost on most Packard Automobiles. Yours could have been from an outside supplier when the car was new or perhaps a respectful second or third owner...Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 9/8 9:23:02
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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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Good Morning all...Most interesting photograph of the young lady snoozing on the lawn lounge! She has no idea that she is being photographed and that we will be remarking about her over one half a century later! Just delightful! Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 9/3 8:41:05
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Re: Single-Action Rear Shocks
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Hi Don...I looked up the NAPA Invoice and the part number is 37037 Line:NS Description: OESPECTRUM TRK SHOCK. Price $46.49 each. Out the door with tax and tip $100.36. Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 8/27 14:47:11
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Re: Single-Action Rear Shocks
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We ended up using light truck shocks from NAPA based on the length of the shock and the weight of the car for our 49 deluxe. They work great. We combined them with new rear springs from Eaton Detroit Spring and those springs fit just perfectly. They were shipped to me in Arizona with just a toe tag on them. A little box came along with the springs that had the rubber parts in it. Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 8/27 8:43:22
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Re: Regulator
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Pay attention...Owen knows! He has helped me a great deal over the years...Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 8/25 10:54:54
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Re: Website
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Thank You Big Kev...Ernie in Ariona

Posted on: 8/13 17:58:43
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Re: Coil wired backwards
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Yes it will run a bit better wired properly! As an aside...I had a girl friend wired like that well over 50 years ago. Wonder what happened to her!? Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 8/12 20:21:53
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