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Re: Recommended gasoline
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You can also make your own non ethanol gas by removing the alcohol from the gas. An internet search will tell you how to do it.

Posted on: 1/22 13:29
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Re: Recommended gasoline
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Some places sell non ethanol gas for use in boat motors and chainsaw and other 2 stroke motors. But not all places have this available.

Posted on: 1/22 10:57
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Re: Wat's Clipper coupe
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Nice, clean looking car. Ever gotten any clippers with fender skirts?? John

Posted on: 1/15 14:00
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Re: 51 Packard Convertible 8 cyl. Runs rough.
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Condenser??

Posted on: 1/10 20:57
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Re: Packard Engine to GM Auto Transmission Adapters
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Using the 4160/4180 transmission how do you deal with the electronic speedometer to the original mechanical speedometer??

Posted on: 1/8 11:40
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Re: A Tale of Two Patricians
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I'd be interested in seeing it. I have a schematic for a 12 volt version from a Pop Mech. article back in 1966. John

Posted on: 1/2 11:54
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Checking for front end looseness.
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Was wondering how to check the upper and lower pivot bushings in the front end on a Packard?? By putting the jack under the lower control arm should allow checking of the upper pivot joints, but what about the bottom? Thanks John

Posted on: 12/31 15:33
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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John
Never heard a fuel pump make that sort of noise. I wonder if it is the fuel pump part or the vacuum pump that is making the noise?

Posted on: 12/27 13:21
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Happy Boxing Day
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Happy Boxing Day to our friends in the Great White North....

Posted on: 12/26 16:35
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Re: Merry Christmas & Thank You!!
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I'm the same way anymore... Bah Humbug

Posted on: 12/25 10:59
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