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1932 901 Gas Line
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Marty or Marston
Having not taken this car apart, I could use some help on the gas system.

1) I have a part of the original line and it is copper, but the portion near the front of the car appears to be nickle plated. Is this the case or is just copper all the way. If it is nickle plated does anyone supply it?

2) I don't have the front fitting that goes through the frame. It appears that this fitting would go through the 5/8" hole just forward of the radiator. I am guessing that this is a standard brass, flare bulkhead fitting. Any known sources and I'm correct on where it goes through?

3) I would also guess that a copper line then comes back toward the carburetor and a gas proof rubber hose then feeds the carburetor.

Thanks

Posted on: 2011/1/26 20:46
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Re: good evning
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Marty or Marston
Игорь,

Поздравления на получение Packard. Я не говорю, пишу, и не понимает Россию. Однако, я могу создать этот использованиемhttp://translate.google.com.

Удачи на восстановление, и я надеюсь Google Translate могут быть полезными для вас, как вы магазин в Интернете.

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Igor,

Congratulations on getting a Packard. I don't speak, write, or understand Russian. However, I am able to create this usinghttp://translate.google.com.

Good luck on your restoration and I hope Google Translate can be of assistance to you as you shop on the internet.

Posted on: 2011/1/25 19:24
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Re: Floorboard - 1932 901
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Marty or Marston
Dave,

Thanks for the help and taking that extra step to look at how your 901 is put together . I'm thinking that I'll use exterior plywood and prime and paint with an oil based product.

Marty

Posted on: 2010/9/11 21:38
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Re: Floorboard - 1932 901
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Marty or Marston
Thanks - that's where we are headed in the morning. We are going there to fine out about period correct paint colors and to get information on interior fabric colors.

We have been there about four times and have viewed cars on both sides of the street. Attended their Christmas show last year and it was great.

Just input info on the car in Packard registry, probably while you guys were typing.

Posted on: 2010/9/10 2:55
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Floorboard - 1932 901
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Marty or Marston
I recently acquired a 1932 series 901 where the owner had started a frame up restoration. The frame has been finished and he has placed the body on new (what appears to be ash) stiles. What should the floorboards be made of and how were they attached to the stiles?

Posted on: 2010/9/10 2:07
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