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Re: An attempt to revive a straight eight Packard after 50 years.
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The OEM gasket was a Victor 994, the replacement that didn't fit was 993. The 993 is about an inch shorter than the 994 which came out of a 1953 Clipper 327. Be interesting if some gasket expert can clear this up.

Posted on: 9/19 20:47:18
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Re: An attempt to revive a straight eight Packard after 50 years.
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Final thrilling episode of the straight eight challenge. See the death defying race to the end of the driveway and back! 2 cars, 16 cylinders, no brakes, no mufflers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkAfereLdrY

Posted on: 9/28 14:23:50
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Re: An attempt to revive a straight eight Packard after 50 years.
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I was hoping since the Packard engine was in better shape than expected when they started this. Scott might be inclined to make it a driver.....

Posted on: 9/29 6:28:54
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