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Re: Whats the best way to remove the shelf under the back window?
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R H
Hi, Packards 1

it looks like headliner fabric, then there is a sound proofing fabric under that, thin brown stuff,

Posted on: 2013/4/5 18:17
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Re: Whats the best way to remove the shelf under the back window?
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Pat,

if I remember right, there are 2 round holes in the rear deck board, for the sound.

mine was in bad shape and made one from wood paneling, you need to remove rear seat and back rest, I traced a pattern , and lower window trim, like others said,

taking the back rest out, I broke the tab holding the lower part, so be care full ..

Posted on: 2013/4/5 15:54
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Re: On to upholstery issues....
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Ross,

will the brake cleaner work on the headliner?,

my dads pat. went thru a garage fire be fore he passed on, the seats are covered in clear plastic, ok there, but the headliner has that light brown smoke residue ..

I was thinking steam cleaner, some of them are under 100 bucks.

Posted on: 2013/4/5 9:47
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Re: On to upholstery issues....
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Since that broad cloth is made in England, not going in my packards,

I will find something close, and go with that, or keep my fake fox fur,,

Posted on: 2013/4/4 22:17
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Re: In Search of ........
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kev,

playing bumper cars!..

the other day a neighbor told me about ZBA,,,think that's it,

its free to a point,, you are supposed to find people,,

Posted on: 2013/4/3 20:07
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Re: Packard Plant & Lionel Trains
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out of my price range,,

randy is probably in the bids

Posted on: 2013/4/1 11:11
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kev
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Now I know what kev does on his road trips!.

nice hair kev.

got it from a coworker, need to rip it, have not heard it yet.

ONE MAN, ONE GUITAR, AND A FEW PACKARDS!!

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Posted on: 2013/4/1 1:01
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Re: 352 Freeze Plugs (Block plugs)
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R H
also,

there are 1 3/4 stainless steel plugs,,, not deep, I have set for my block,,

Posted on: 2013/3/24 21:01
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Re: Compression test results
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remove carbon,

I think back in the day, it was rice, down the carb.

Posted on: 2013/3/17 19:41
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Re: 1955-56 Packard Corporate Limousine
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when to it comes to the bars, can't see why a support could not work, put it on a ball or needle bearing, in the middle of the bar,

I am buying a 56 pat, and I would make a limo out of it if I had the money, use four bars,unless new ones could be made, cut the frame rear of the cross brace, but I still have 3 cars to get going.

Posted on: 2013/3/14 20:26
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