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Re: Parts
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The part in the top photo is the grommet that seals the opening in the fender for the rear bumper side supports on 1948-50 models.

Parts Group 2.0058, #395715 Left and 395716 Right

Can't tell from the photo which side it is for.

Posted on: 12/15 2:35
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Dads 56 wrote:
Any chance this boot would fit?


Yes, the GM cars used the same Delco solenoid as the 1955-56 Packards

Posted on: 12/14 21:21
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Check with Pete in Langdon, AB for a heat control valve and possibly the pressure switch.

Posted on: 12/14 14:58
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Re: 1955 Paint combinations and possible fake Body Tag?
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Your tag is spot welded onto the door post and is most certainly correct.

You need to look at the right side of the chart for 2 tone paint options on Clipper and Packard models and note the asterisk which shows the combinations as reversible between roof and body.
The chart shows the GL combination for interior trim 40 which matches you LG combination when reversed.

Posted on: 12/14 14:50
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Re: Update on 356 CI Block
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The tool that I recommended is for the later engines that use 5/16 square head male pipe plugs. Now see that your engine has the earlier slotted plugs.

Posted on: 12/9 15:24
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Re: Update on 356 CI Block
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A 5/16 square pipe plug socket would work

Home Depot

Posted on: 12/8 20:33
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Re: 1949 oil canister
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Here are some photos of the oil filter canister from a 22nd Series car, showing the outside, the bottom outlet, inside of the lid, the interior tube and the small metering hole in the tube.

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Posted on: 12/6 21:39
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Re: replacement wheel for 41 120
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#362488, 15 x 5

1941 6 Cylinder Taxi and 120
1941 Clipper
1942-47 Junior Clipper 6 & 8

Posted on: 12/3 22:08
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HEH is a possibility

Paint code H is Adriatic Blue which is a metallic dark blue and paint code E is Danube Blue which is a non metallic light blue

Posted on: 2020/11/19 16:38
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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PackardDon wrote:
It appears that it is at least off by 90 degrees as the outlet should face forward. Here is a photo of the pump from my 1954 Patrician blog and yours should be the same, yet I see one of the fittings aiming forward the outside of the car. You'll definitely have to take it off again to see what's amiss!


The orientation of the pump as shown in post #405 is correct with the outlet pointing towards the front of the car

Posted on: 2020/11/18 23:08
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