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Re: 359 packard engine
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Must have a lot of room to swing a longer stroke crank in the bottom of the block for the 359.... Thanks, I figured it was part of the 288/327 family, but I thought maybe they adapted some of the 356 parts into it.

John

Posted on: 2015/7/5 19:14
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359 packard engine
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Was the 359 a version of the 288/327 engine family or was it made up from the old 356 engine block?

John

Posted on: 2015/7/5 15:41
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Re: Timing Chain Too Short...Have you ever heard of this issue???
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Heating the chain would take the hardness out of it, wouldn't it???
John

Posted on: 2015/7/2 20:36
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Re: musties.....
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Never seen anything like this before..... John

Posted on: 2015/6/30 18:38
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musties.....
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Anyone come up with solution to remove the musty smell from old car interiors? Or is the only way to replace the interior?

John

Posted on: 2015/6/30 18:05
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Re: What oil filter for 327?
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The spin on filter wouldn't work in the place of the cartridge filter....

John

Posted on: 2015/6/29 21:26
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Re: aftermarket ac
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Thanks for the info. Hadn't really thought about the 6 volt problem. Though for a driver, I'd probably go to 12 volt and an alternator. I wonder if a 135hp 288 would have enough power for air conditioning?

John

Posted on: 2015/6/28 10:44
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aftermarket ac
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Has anyone here done an aftermarket ac addition to a stock 1951-54 Packard?

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Posted on: 2015/6/27 19:52
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Re: Manual versus Automatic (ULTRAmatic), post-war
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I see that Packard doesn't recommend starting the Ultramatic in low and then shifting it manually to drive? What does this hurt in the transmission??

John

Posted on: 2015/6/24 20:27
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Re: Tire Shopping for a '54 Clipper
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How about black wall tires with a set of porta wall whitewalls?? Interesting discussion on tires.....

John

Posted on: 2015/6/23 21:45
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