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Re: Electrical System Frustration
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The amp meter gage generally stays in the middle of the gage when the car is off. When running the gage will move from center toward the minus according to whether more current is being used than the generator can replace. Or plus if the generator is making a bit of excess.

Posted on: 11/16 11:01:10
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Re: Coil wiring question
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Oh well, maybe someone else will run into a broken bolt etc...

Posted on: 11/16 10:51:30
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Re: Coil wiring question
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Is there enough of the easy out that you might weld a piece of rod or something to it and work the easy out, out??

Posted on: 11/15 17:25:06
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Re: dashlights dimmer switch
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Looks to me like a broken connection on the back of the switch, where that green corrosion is. There should be a connection between the 2?

Posted on: 11/14 6:17:46
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Re: Packard station wagon?
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The toolbox is pretty neat idea.

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Packard station wagon?
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https://www.bing.com/images/search?vie ... =2&ajaxhist=0&vt=0&sim=11

I know Packard didn't build a station wagon after the 1948-50 Station Sedans. Was this car custom built by someone?? Did Ross do this???

John

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Re: A little Packard History from 1945
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I'm not sure if Mason really wanted Studebaker or not. Just like Packard, AMC would have found a lot of red ink on the Studebaker books.....

Posted on: 11/12 10:35:11
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Re: 52 Packard "inspired" by Pininfarina
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Yeah I was never wild about the Henry J / Allstate cars. They just were not my cup of tea.
John

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Re: Speedometer cable
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I have an old service book that they said to use speedometer lubricate, whatever that was??

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Re: 52 Packard "inspired" by Pininfarina
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The "streamliner" type body was going out of favor by then. I think Chevy dropped it in 1951 or 52.
Interesting car.
John

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