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gaskets

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryGasket Templates   Last Update01/11/2010 10:32
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Upper is 34 only, Eight and Super Eight, oil heat exchanger to water jacket side plate.

Middle is Packard# 114886, oil pan access plate, used on many senior engines thru 1939.

Lower is manifold heat box (junction of intake and exhaust manifold, 1934 Eight and others.

Dominant Six Imperial Limousine

Dominant Six Imperial LimousinePopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryUn-filed and Unidentified Packard Photos   Last Update12/28/2009 15:49
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Not the greatest picture quality, a print from a very old slide taken by this writer at Hershey about 1964 - 1968 perhaps. I believe this is either a 4th or 5th series 48 Imperial Limousine, body type #69. As I remember this car was being used as an ambulance for a private church-supported hospital in southern New Jersey at the time it was "discovered" and bought for restoration. Takes a tall garage to house this lovely example of early Packard elegance.

Owen's 5699

Owen's 5699Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1956   Last Update05/06/2009 18:58
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That's occasional contributor to this site JHH2392 in the passenger seat. Just ahead is a fairly rare Packard, a 1941 160DE convertible cpe in Saratoga Beige with wheels in Cimarron Red, an original combo. Just ahead of that is a 1931 Pierce-Arrow model 43.

1901 Model C engine details 2

1901 Model C engine details 2Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1900   Last Update04/30/2009 9:56
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Some further pictures of a Model C engine. On the side image you can see the large counterweights of the crankshaft, and also the governor for the centrifugal spark advance (patent 667,792 of 2/12/1901). The crankcase is an "open" case; rings are oiled by an oiler on top of the cylinder and the excess oil that is below the rings just blows out the back (facing forward), making a tidy little mess to clean up after driving. This particular car did the London-Brighton run and I can only guess at what the cleanup was like. I'm guessing the rpm range of this motor was probably from about 60 (idle) to perhaps 800 max. Not too different in multiple than today's engines.

52(?) Non-factory sponsored

52(?) Non-factory sponsoredPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryShow and Concept Cars   Last Update03/07/2009 2:58
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Here's an interesting 1952 (?) Packard recently seen at the Greenwich (CT) Concours d'Elegance. I wish I remember more of the details, but it was bodied in Italy I believe, and was not a factory sponsored endeavor but owner-commissioned. Typically European with the blackwall tires. Rather nice looking, no?

Packard Marine Engine advertisement

Packard Marine Engine advertisementPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1946-1949   Last Update03/01/2009 13:44
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From Yachting magazine, date unknown but the engines pictured were produced from 1947 thru 1951. Available in either clockwise or counterclockwise rotation with several different gear ratios, in either 6 or 12 volt.

1939 Eight by Henney for American Airlines

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryCommercial and Professional Cars   Last Update03/01/2009 5:02
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32 902 RHD in India

32 902 RHD in IndiaPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1932   Last Update12/20/2008 8:52
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Thanks to Jim Pearsall for sending the link to this photo, taken at a recent (?) Concours d'Elegance in India. This is a 1932 model 902 in right-hand drive.

34 1101 RHD at India Concours

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1934   Last Update12/20/2008 8:49
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Thanks to Jim Pearsall for providing me with the link to this photo, taken a a recent (?) Concours de'Elegance in India. The car is an 1101 (Eight) in right-hand drive. Notice the disc wheels, more common on export cars that on domestic sales.

1940 by Rollson

1940 by RollsonPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1940   Last Update12/18/2008 19:30
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Very old and grainy photo, perhaps taken by Austin Clark Jr in the 60s. Interesting to compare this car to the 1940 Darrin sedans.

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