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Re: Stewart's 1955 Packard 400
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Sounds like a better plan than beating the body in. Cut it out for clearance and fab a patch panel to clear the adapter. I wonder if a clearance problem would be had using the 200R4??

Posted on: 9/21 17:06
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Re: "Bladder Style" Cap for Master Cylinders: Treadle-Vac & (maybe) manual
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I assume the cap would fit a regular manual brake master cylinder?? I do like the remote reservoir you found. Would make things a lot easier to fill.

Posted on: 9/20 15:28
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Re: "Bladder Style" Cap for Master Cylinders: Treadle-Vac & (maybe) manual
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Since it has a bladder, why couldn't it be used all the time?? John

Posted on: 9/20 14:51
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Re: Removing distributor
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Ross has a good video on you tube on how to set up the distributor. Search under Speedwell Garage.

Posted on: 9/19 15:50
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Re: Frame Swap
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I'll second the frame rot problems anymore.....

Posted on: 9/13 9:23
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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How does the tank filler line up with the quarter panel opening? Being it is not bent quite the same? John

Posted on: 8/31 23:01
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Re: 1953-54 PARTS (some also fit other years), mostly trim
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Thanks Don, I thought there was. John

Posted on: 8/31 9:32
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Re: Fun with used cars
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Does this have an opening tailgate?? Or fixed??

Posted on: 8/30 21:32
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Re: 1953-54 PARTS (some also fit other years), mostly trim
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Is there a difference in the u-joint boot? Say between a 200 series (Clipper) and a 300-400 (Patrician)

Posted on: 8/30 21:29
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Re: 1950 Packard club sedan For Sale again
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I take it there is no title for this car? See it is missing the vin tag?

Posted on: 8/30 21:26
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