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Re: '32 901 Sedan Oil Leak
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It's been a while since I removed the cover, but I think the threaded holes for the steel cover studs go thru the pan casting. Some sealer on the stud threads would help take care of a small leak coming thru the threads.

Also, with the oil drained, a nickle plated NeFeB magnet placed in the pan plug does a good job of collecting fine magnetic particles. I found a size that fits right into the existing plug. Did the same for the transmission and differential plugs. Works great.

Posted on: 2023/9/18 14:32
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Re: Pedal Car
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Posted on: 2023/5/20 9:40
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Re: Pedal Car
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I bet the "engine" is free and will turn over...

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Posted on: 2023/5/20 9:33
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Pedal Car
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Posted on: 2023/5/20 9:11
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Abandoned Packard in a Mansion Garage for 40+ Years
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Skip to 54:40 to see a Packard that has been abandoned for 40+ years in the garage of a mansion in the US.

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

Welcome to our latest episode, where we take you deep into the heartland of America to explore the remarkable story of the Myers family and their once-thriving empire.

For generations, the Myers family built their fortune on the booming industries that shaped the nation. From mining and processing valuable minerals to contributing to the vast agricultural landscape, their influence was felt far and wide.

But as the industries that defined the region declined and people sought better opportunities elsewhere, the Myers family faced a devastating reality. In 1981, they packed their bags, leaving behind their magnificent home and a treasure trove of memories, never to return.

Despite its current state of decay, the Myers Mansion remains a remarkable testament to the family's wealth and the region's history. Built-in the 19th century, it was a grand and opulent home that boasted every luxury one could dream of.

Join us as we step back in time and unlock the secrets of the Myers Mansion, uncovering the stories and memories that still echo within its walls. From the family's rise to power to their heartbreaking fall from grace, this is a tale you won't want to miss. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into the fascinating world of the Myers family.

Posted on: 2023/4/9 17:36
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Re: Headliner 1932 901
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Marty,
A few more showing the headliner and door panel stitching, with a steel rule.
Dave

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Posted on: 2023/4/9 15:24
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Re: Clutch Quit Working 1931 833 4speed Transmission
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One option to diagnose, before pulling the transmission.

Remove the floor mats and floor boards in the front. Remove the four screws that hold the gear shift lever assembly to the top of the transmission. With this removed you can see inside to check the operation and condition of the throwout fork and bearing. Except for the four screws holding the shift lever assembly to the transmission case nothing will fall into the transmission by removing this assembly.

This is based on a '32 transmission.

Posted on: 2023/3/12 16:20
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Re: Headliner 1932 901
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Marty,

This should help with the upholstery. If you can't get the info you need from the pictures let me know.

Dave

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pdf 32 901 original interior.pdf Size: 1,690.09 KB; Hits: 101

Posted on: 2023/3/4 13:37
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Re: 1934 Packard Limousine rear axle
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Posted on: 2023/2/1 19:29
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Re: 1934 Packard Limousine rear axle
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One set Ebay for $99.00

Vintage 1933 Packard Ring & Pinion - 197110-61-13 date code 10-33 Likely NOS

https://www.ebay.com/itm/393918649374?chn=ps&mkevt=1&mkcid=28&srsltid=Ad5pg_G9wbnqh4bAqG6D4T_9zJ3yGiIbrDOl0Qx4kWo5ruLJOsnPuu3byD8

Also, $45.00 if someone needs a set for their '31

Ring and Pinion Gear, 1931 Packard Model 833, Vintage American Auto Parts, Car Restoration Parts

https://www.etsy.com/search?q=packard+ring+and+pinion

Posted on: 2023/2/1 19:28
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