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Re: Door Panels
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You should be able to find someone on here that has the same model you have that could provide pictures for reference. I would branch out and find a different shop that is interested once you have a photos of that the panels should look like. Find a auto upholstery shop as opposed to a general upholstery place.

Posted on: Yesterday 7:25
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Re: 1935 Eight Tool Equipment Check List
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PM me your mailing address and info and I will get it sent out to you.

Enjoy!

Posted on: 3/2 13:55
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Re: Recent additions to the Owner Registry
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You're welcome Mal. This is a good point to mention if you know of any info or have paper work on any Packards please add it to the registry or forward the info to me or Mal and we can take care of it. Also this paperwork lead to three previous unknown dealerships being added to the Dealership DB. So it helped on multiple fronts. A picture of the paperwork also is good if you don't want to transcribe anything. Thanks!

Posted on: 3/1 19:36
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Re: Packard Decoder
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I don't believe I could find a "stand-alone" picture of that engine config. If you have one, I'll update those models to display it.

Posted on: 3/1 16:12
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Re: Packard Decoder
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Tied the Engine Number Decoder into the Registry, so if the engine number being decoded is in the Registry, it will show the VN and Model Name that the engine is in.

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Posted on: 3/1 14:50
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1935 Eight Tool Equipment Check List
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If you own a 1935 Eight (803, 812, 813, 814, 815, or 817) I have this Tool Equipment "Check List" document that may look at home in your glovebox. I will send this to you for free.

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Posted on: 3/1 14:20
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Re: Owner Registry Update
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So if you have any info on other Packards, I encourage you to enter the details into the Registry so that information can be saved for the record.

Also, checking that option will not show you are the Owner of that vehicle. It's just to denote in the system that it was added for information context only.

On another note, I have restored the ability to add Rich Text back to the Vehicle history box in the Registry. It now uses the same editor as the forum does.

Thanks!

Posted on: 3/1 13:44
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Re: Owner Registry Update
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I added another option to the Registry. It's an "Added for Info only, never was Owner" checkbox. Which can be used to enter info about a car that perhaps you didn't own, but you have info/paperwork on. I added three cars with ( 1199-342, 5452-2944 & 5582-2104 ) which I have the Owners Service Card that I received through various donations of literature over the years. This option should be used in conjunction with the Status field. If you don't know what happened to the car, then choose Unknown. Otherwise, select the appropriate Status. This could include Scraped for example. That at least lets people know what happened to a car if they ever come searching for it. This paperwork I have had the purchaser's name, dealership, and delivery date, as well as the engine serial. So all of that has been recorded. If someone were to ever put any of those VNs into the Decoder it should show them that info.

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Posted on: 3/1 13:40
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Re: Oil pressure lubricating system
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I'd drop the pan and clean out an sludge and inspect the oil pump pickup. Could be clogged. That should be done on any motor of unknown condition. Also check the condition of the pump to make sure it's not worn or the pressure relief spring is too loose.

Other than that, it's leaky mains, or incorrect plumbed oil filter.

Posted on: 3/1 7:23
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Re: 1939 Project Car for Sale
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I would be good to provide location to where the car is located and the model of 1939 120. Sedan, Coupe, Convertible etc.

Posted on: 2/28 18:20
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