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Re: 47 Clipper glove box lock cylinder
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William Grosz
Has anyone disassembled the mechanism in the glove box handle? Since I got my car the glove box has never locked but I would like it to if needed. I pulled the tumbler today and it appears my key is cut correctly. I just cant seem to get the internals to turn. Any recommendations

Posted on: 10/27 17:28
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Re: 1941 Packard 160 trans
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Try contacting Highlander160 and see if his transmission from this post is still available

48-54 OD Trans

On one of the pictures it appears to be a R9-a1 which I believe is for the 356

Posted on: 9/14 13:56
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Re: Does anyone recognize this V12 Club ?
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That's the 1934 world's fair packard one of one that is part of the Bob Bahre collection in Maine

Posted on: 7/29 0:20
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Re: Recommended gasoline
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https://www.pure-gas.org/

Check this site. It's a listing of most ethanol free gas stations

Posted on: 1/22 17:06
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Re: 356ci Engine Stalls
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William Grosz
You might want to look at this serive bulletin

Overdrive: Ignition Cut Out
Econo-Drive, decelerating - relay adjustment

18th-20th;
(21st)

SL Vol. 16, No. 9

Posted on: 1/7 18:47
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Re: Ken
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Quote:

Ken_P wrote:

The radiator is dropping heat evenly across it, so I I don’t think anything is clogged up. It is a newer core - I’m starting to wonder if the core doesn’t have the right capacity? Has anyone done a flow check with the radiator in the car? I’m thinking I could dump 5 gallons in the top of the radiator and time how long it takes to come out the bottom, starting the stopwatch when water first came out? Would that work?



It would be best to fill the radiator to the level you normally keep it at when running then let it flow. Even though it is not a lot with the height of the radiator it still will have a higher pressure when full as opposed to partially filled. This article I found explains it.

radiator flow article

Posted on: 2021/5/16 21:00
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Re: 1941 Turn signal bulb
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William Grosz

Posted on: 2021/2/8 22:46
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Re: Rear end Light Bulbs 22nd series
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William Grosz

Posted on: 2020/9/6 18:35
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Re: car hauling services
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William Grosz
When I bought my car last year the consignment dealer recommended this group to me. They are out of West Virginia and they transport on the east coast.

Applewood Motorcar Transport

www.applewoodmotorcar.com/

Posted on: 2018/12/18 22:49
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Re: questions about my 1947 2126 seven passenger
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William Grosz
I'm here to ask for assistance again. I need to remove the rear drivers side door panel to gain access to the door lock. My brother and I were at the opera last week and when he pulled on the door unlock pull the entire shaft came out of the mechanism. I wanted to know if anyone has any recommended way to remove the panel without damaging the fastners?

Posted on: 2018/10/4 12:49
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