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Re: Fun with used cars
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There is going to be a run on metal baking pans now....

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Re: Fun with used cars
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Ross, what happened to that cool external gas tank you had on it? LOL
John

Posted on: 7/16 19:47:55
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Quite a car at one time....

Posted on: 7/16 15:04:44
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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I always liked the '54 version better myself....

Posted on: 7/13 18:51:06
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Re: replacement gas tank in a 1951-56 Packard
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Just wanted to let every know the replacement Packard 1951-56 gas tank from Auto City Classics arrived today. It does not have the dimple in the lip where the gas cap goes on.
Now I just need to find that number for a vented gas cap.

Posted on: 7/13 11:48:01
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Re: John's 41 120 Convertible
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Not sure what they did to tires anymore but the go to crap pretty fast. I guess they figured out a way to get you to buy new ones more often. That is what I wonder about tires made by Coker and other antique tire makers whether you pay 1000 bucks for 4 and they fall a part in a 7 or 8 years?

Posted on: 7/12 14:57:47
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Re: Positive ground
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I didn't know Packard was still using a positive ground on the 1955-56 cars after they switched from 6 volt to 12 volt battery??
John

Posted on: 7/12 9:54:25
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Re: Stromberg Carb Question
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Sounds like a three hour tour all over again.....

Posted on: 7/10 19:12:58
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Re: 48 Packard keys
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Maybe a lucky rabbit's foot key chain, Chris?? LOL

Posted on: 7/8 7:58:32
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Re: burned up ammeter 1941 160 coupe
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I would almost think it would have to have a short in the wiring harness someplace after the amp meter. A resistance check should show if there is.

Posted on: 7/5 6:41:14
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