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Re: Burr Ripley L-8 Oil Filter question...how do you replace the filter??
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What I want to know is how the pigtail/fitting at the end of the NAPA filter pictured is transferred to a replacement filter.

Posted on: 5/10 8:36
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Awesome. Just awesome. And yes, the hubcaps are righteous.

Posted on: 5/9 10:54
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Re: 1934 eight cylinder head
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I do not have a 34 head (integral water outlet at front). I do have a beautiful 338813 later style replacement head if anyone needs. (or a 242511 39 head).

Easiest to contact me directly, flackmaster at sbcglobal period net

Posted on: 5/6 21:35
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Re: 1937 Heater
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Correct for 1937, 1938 and 1939. value is 125-250 depending on whether the motors work well and the core is solid.

Posted on: 5/6 20:03
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Re: 1934 eight cylinder head
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simplest way to ID is to either post a picture or count the number of head studs and advise. That should narrow it down, along with any stamped part numbers.

Yes, I still have a head gasket for your engine.

Posted on: 5/2 20:57
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Re: Packard Spotlight Model S-1 Years 1933-1939, Excellent condition
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Will - per the forum rules, please put prices in your listings. Answers the first question most people want to know.

Posted on: 5/1 8:49
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Re: 243 sedan
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I'd say just shy of a giveaway price. The 2nd series Eight's are fabulous cars.

Posted on: 4/21 19:52
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Re: 1939 Packard six convertible coupe—Dovetail for driver door
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No Have. I have had these rebuilt as well, its a matter of having the two inserts remade, simply a delicate machining operation and not fun to remove/reinstall in the captive sheet metal. But it CAN be done. As for finding GOOD replacements, good luck.

I am not familiar with Ford option? More info please. (kinda like using 68 Mustang window risers for the doors...can be modified...)

Posted on: 4/20 10:03
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Re: For sale: 1941-42 head light rims, parking lights, tail lights, bumper guards
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I'll buy the headlite rings

Posted on: 4/17 16:51
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Re: 1937 120C Floor Board
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Plywood. Prefer marine grade, painted black.

Edit - Marine grade not required...a good ACX or BCX will suffice.

Posted on: 4/15 19:21
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