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Re: 1929 parts for sale
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I am looking for window wings for a roadster (29-31 model year)...any luck you have a set?

Posted on: 6/30 14:34
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***Wanted 1930 Roaster Right and Left Window Wings***
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Hi All,
Looking for a set of 1930 (29-31 will likely fit) of window wings. Any condition.

Posted on: 6/30 14:29
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Mechanic in/around Fairfax, Virginia
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Hi All,
I live in Fairfax, VA and am looking for someone in this area that has some experience as a Packard mechanic. Area will be the engine/fuel..not worried about electrical.
Thanks,
Rich

Posted on: 2020/6/18 12:57
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Wiring a set of Pilot-Ray Lights
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Hello all,
I recently purchased a set of Pilot Ray lights and have them installed on my 1928/7 5-33. I am truly a novice at car electrical but can follow directions very well! So, the lights are installed, and I now have two wires (one from each light) coming into the dash. What do I do with the wires? Where do I hook them up? Do I hook them to an under the dash switch and then where? Car is original and equipped with a 6-volt system.
Greatly appreciate any help here....
Thank you all.....
Rich

Posted on: 2020/3/19 18:21
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Re: 6-Volt Generator in Need of Rebuild
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Ok, contacted Metroplex, Jason at AER and Don at Gener-Nator....awaiting responses. Does anyone know what a "fair price" is to have these units rebuilt? It is a Owen Dyneto CG678.
Thanks,
Rich

Posted on: 2019/9/19 4:58
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Re: 6-Volt Generator in Need of Rebuild
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Thanks Guys...looking into these!

Posted on: 2019/9/19 4:35
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Pilot Ray lights
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Hi all,
I was looking for some info on where to get a set of pilot ray lights (single or a double), for my 1927 Packard 6. God bless Don Somers who,passed away earlier this year...I was in the process of getting a set through him, but it never materialized.

Any info much appreciated.

Thanks,
Rich

Posted on: 2019/9/12 17:33
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Pilot Ray lights
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Hi all,
I was looking for some info on where to get a set of pilot ray lights (single or a double), for my 1927 Packard 6. God bless Don Somers who,passed away earlier this year...I was in the process of getting a set through him, but it never materialized.

Any info much appreciated.

Thanks,
Rich

Posted on: 2019/9/12 17:33
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6-Volt Generator in Need of Rebuild
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Hi all...
I would like to have my 6-volt Generator out of my 1927 5-33 Packard 6 rebuilt. I live in Annandale VA (northern VA). I can't find anyone around me that can rebuild this generator for me. I have found some that say they can, then I bring them the generator and they don't even know what it is. Can anyone please help me finding someone (closer to me is better, but nationwide ok) who 1) knows what they are doing, 2) can rebuild this generator for me?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Rich

Posted on: 2019/9/12 9:07
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Re: 1928 Packard 6, generator smoking, burning smell
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Thanks for the quick responses. Yeah, I think I'm gonna pull it and take it to Kanter's for service/rebuild.

Posted on: 2019/6/13 15:22
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