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Re: Youngest Packard Owner/Driver
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Hello Devan.
If you're looking for help having problems with a Packard, you've come to the right place!
You are most welcome.

Tom

Posted on: 2017/9/5 4:40
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Re: A rainy day in Northern Germany
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Badly - because og the non-prestigious name!
My best car ever (sorry Packard!) was an 1983 Opel Senator 3E sedan automatic, and that car was far better than most BMWs and MBs at that time - I know I tried them! But sales were relatively few - main reason; lack of prestige.

Tom

Posted on: 2017/8/22 2:31
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Re: Bendix Treadle Vac, Myths, Fiction and Facts
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Quote:

PackardV8 wrote:
The BTV was a very early attempt at one of the FIRST power brake units offerd in MASS production. Which means that there was virtualy no power brake designs PRIOR to the BTV.

Therefore WHY was that design (specifically using the COMPENSATOR VALVE) ever concocted by engineers to begin with???

I know the answer. Lets see if anyone else can answer that question.


I'm dying to know the answer. As nobody else seems to know, please disclose the secret.

Thanks
Tom

Posted on: 2017/2/26 8:21
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Re: Bendix Treadle Vac, Myths, Fiction and Facts
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Thanks for the very informative study.
I use DOT4, checks the level every second month during the summer and after the car has been in storage during the winter I test all the brake fluid while bleeding the system thoroughly (Pen type tester)to check if there has been any moisture present, i.e. the brake fluid is replaced every year.
I have not had any problems during the five years following the above procedure.

Tom

Posted on: 2017/2/21 14:45
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Re: Happy Birthday Big Kev
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Big Kev

All the best and Happy Birthday from Norway.
Tom

Posted on: 2017/2/3 15:38
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Re: There are rumors in circulation...
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Gearbox?

Tom

Posted on: 2016/12/28 8:11
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Re: There are rumors in circulation...
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Wind mill, clock work or pedal.

Tom

Posted on: 2016/12/28 5:24
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Re: HH56
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Tom

Posted on: 2016/11/6 9:23
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Re: Mahle oilfilter for Packard?
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Tobs.

Instructive articles.
Thanks.

Tom

Posted on: 2016/10/28 11:22
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Re: Fun with used cars
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Ross.
I agree that the old York prison is a handsome structure, - as long as you are on the right side.

Posted on: 2016/10/23 2:11
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