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Re: Various CL Pickings
#31
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David Grubbs
That 39 six looks like a very nice car to have and enjoy as is.

Posted on: 2016/12/6 10:48
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PT 305 in WWII Museum in New Orleans
#32
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David Grubbs
Got this article from the WWII museum today - in reading the article, the slide show notes the Packard engines that will be going back in the restored PT boat. Thought some of you guys might enjoy this.

http://pt305.org/home/

Posted on: 2016/11/22 19:46
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Re: R11 Overdrive For Sale
#33
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David Grubbs
If you are talking about the solenoid and bracket, yes I still have it.
David

Posted on: 2016/7/10 18:03
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Re: 39 1700 Deluxe Heater Color and type of paint
#34
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David Grubbs
I went back to Home Depot to look at the paint I used on my 39 heater. It was "Rust-Oleum Universal Forged Hammered, Paint and Primer in One" rather than the crinkle finish. The inventory number is 1000-000-895, cost $7.76 per can. It is available in several different browns. It is has a multi flake sheen to it and the heater did look good.

Despite the website statement, there were quite a few cans in lots of colors on the shelf at my local Home Depot.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum ... ase-of-6-271480/203869520

Posted on: 2016/6/24 20:32
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Re: PTV's 1951 Packard 200
#35
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David Grubbs
John - look at this service advisory. Be sure to use steel tubing.

http://www.packardinfo.com/xoops/html ... loads/SC/SC-VOL22NO14.pdf

Posted on: 2016/6/23 16:35
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Re: 51-54 Packard parts for sale
#36
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David Grubbs
Thanks for all of the responses guys. I'm removing the ads for the 39 and 51 parts now and will take the rest of the stuff to the next swap meet. I certainly appreciate everyone on the site!

Posted on: 2016/6/23 16:28
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Re: R11 Overdrive For Sale
#37
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David Grubbs
If you need it, I have a nice working solenoid and kick down switch bracket (no switch, but available from 55-56 Ford sales houses) for a R11 overdrive for sale. It's listed and pictured on my ad for 51-54 parts.

Posted on: 2016/6/22 12:49
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Re: Various CL Pickings
#38
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David Grubbs
Looks like Fred Kanter should buy the 54 in Texas - probably cheaper than building a limo out of parts!

Posted on: 2016/6/21 16:17
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Re: 39 1700 Deluxe Heater Color and type of paint
#39
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David Grubbs
Jim, the one in my 39 was a brown crinkle finish. I went to Home Depot and bought a satin finish wrinkle paint and sprayed it. Probably not the exact shade, but it blended well with the original dash colors.

Posted on: 2016/6/21 15:21
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Re: 39 120 and misc Packard Parts
#40
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David Grubbs
will do

Posted on: 2016/6/19 19:31
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