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Re: OWEN DYNETO DN-860
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Owen_Dyneto
There seems to be a plentiful supply still around. I got my spare Bendix spring from Bob Bliss in NJ; 732-521-4654.

Posted on: Today 13:13
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Re: 1948 288 cu in. Transmission and overdrive oil
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Home away from home

JWL
Many of us have had totally satisfactory results with 85W-140 GL-1 gear oil. Correct level is when the oil is at the hole about mid-way up on the transmission and overdrive cases. The holes have a ⅜" NPT plug with a square head, like the drain plugs.

Posted on: Today 12:50
We move toward
And make happen
What occupies our mind... (W. Scherer)
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Re: Our Early Third Series pseudo-seven passenger sedan....
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JWL
Bob, KFI was the radio station identifier which Earle C. Anthony owned in Los Angeles.

Posted on: Today 12:43
We move toward
And make happen
What occupies our mind... (W. Scherer)
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Re: Packard NO RESERVE auction
#4
Just can't stay away
Just can't stay away

George
It would be nice to know who the winning bidders were that bought groups of cars assuming they're in the parts business

Posted on: Today 10:06
1954 Cavalier (export model)

1941 Clipper

George
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Re: Packard NO RESERVE auction
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ChuckAZ
I would love to Know who Bought Item# 7. I need some of those parts

Posted on: Today 9:07
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OWEN DYNETO DN-860
#6
Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk

Rich1028
Hi All,
Pulled my Owen Dyneto DN860 yesterday and the front bolt on the bendix spring broke off. Im looking to get it tapped out, but would like to replace the whole mechanism. I emailed Jason at AER Rebuild and am looking to replace the entire front spring (i think it is called the bendix?) assembly. Does anyone know where I can purchase this assembly? Maybe have a part number for the assembly? Googling around online and trying to look for a part number has not yielded much help. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks All...
V/R,
Rich

Posted on: Today 9:05
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Re: Packard NO RESERVE auction
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Quite a regular

Mike Chirco
I picked up #45,72,147,156,182,and 192. im going up there next week for 4 days to part out 45 and 72 not worth the transport cost back to Tucson. I was set on getting #16. went all the way to the end but the other bidder wasnt letting up.

Posted on: Today 3:23
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Re: Fuel tank sender / uptake
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Stephen
Thanks Mal

That picture on the mudflat gives me nightmares. What was my father thinking?

We've been doing a bit more work, it's starting to look good and drive well.

Now, if we can just get a fuel tank sender...

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Posted on: Today 0:20
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Re: 53 Cavalier Ignition Switch
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Ol2Stroker
Bought this today from Packard Don. Thanks everyone!

Posted on: Yesterday 22:45
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Our Early Third Series pseudo-seven passenger sedan....
#10
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Home away from home

Bob
I just thought I would share with the community the unique additional seats in our model 264 sedan.
There is an Earl C. Anthony plaque over the steering column. Unfortunately, we don't have any other history of the car.
Apparently it had an amateur restoration in California and was brought to Galveston, Texas.
I have no idea who installed the two occasional seats... E.A.C? original owner? restorer?...but I would really like to know if anyone else has similar seats.
They are hinged on the back of the front seat and supported by a single two piece tube...one sliding into the other.

Does anyone know what the 'K.F.I.' stands for? Salesman's initials?

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Posted on: Yesterday 22:21
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