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Re: Porcelain coating recommendation - manifold
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Independence Porcelain did a great job on my One Twenty manifolds. No miles on them yet. Just engine break in. We'll see how they hold up long term.

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Posted on: 7/16 14:12:21
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Re: Don Sommer R.I.P.
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This is sad news indeed. Don was a super guy and great ambassador for the hobby in general and specifically the Packard marque. I met him in 1979 when I joined Motor City Packards and he was very gracious to this young pup. After attending the first Meadowbrook Concours d'Elegance, I was hooked for life. He will be missed. Prayers for strength and comfort go out to the family.

Posted on: 7/16 11:13:20
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Re: 1937 120C Fuel Tank
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Thanks Don 37. That helps a lot. A picture speaks a 1,000 words as they say. The search continues for a '37 tank. Do you happen to still own the tank on the left? If so, is it available for purchase?

Dezi

Posted on: 2/25 7:37:38
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Re: 1937 120C Fuel Tank
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Thanks JW !

Posted on: 2/11 13:18:25
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1937 120C Fuel Tank
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Does anyone know if a fuel tank from a 1936 120 is correct or will fit a 1937 120? They have different numbers in the parts book.

Thanks,

Posted on: 2/8 9:43:08
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Re: Historic Packard Bridge Collapses
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As a former Detroiter this just breaks my heart
I recall crossing that bridge during the National Meet in 1982.

Posted on: 1/23 21:05:04
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Re: Porcelain coating recommendation - manifold
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I used Independence Porcelain Enamel in Independence, MO. They did a great job on my 1937 One Twenty manifolds.


Independence Porcelain Enamel

www.ipe-porcelain.com

Posted on: 1/22 13:44:19
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Re: Generator rebuild recommendation
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Jason rebuilt the starter and generator for 1937 One Twenty. He did a great job and very easy to work with.

Posted on: 12/21 8:42:42
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Re: Packard pipe organ
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Paging Mr. Pushbutton !

Posted on: 2018/10/23 8:12
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Re: 32nd and Last Packard Truck Show
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Hey Mal,

What time did you arrive? I had to leave at 1:30pm or else miss my plane. Sorry I missed you mate.

Posted on: 2018/10/15 8:32
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