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Long Distance Driving, mainly gasoline
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I'm looking for a 1940 110 Touring Sedan, but I may get a later Packard more like the '51-'54 cars I grew up with. I've seen a number of forum items about how the ethanol in gas eats up the fuel system and carburetors. There isn't ethanol-free gasoline in my area, so my questions are:
1. Should I trailer a newly bought Packard home instead of driving it?
2. Other than replacing the fuel lines and fuel pump diaphragm with ethanol resistant parts, what can I do to protect the rest of the fuel system?

Posted on: 2023/9/8 9:43
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Re: 54 packard clipper deluxe $1250
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Do you still have this Packard? Is the front seat available? Does the engine turn over?

Posted on: 2020/12/21 10:51
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Re: 1951 200 Deluxe For Sale
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Travis: Do you still have this Packard? I think it might be the one I'm looking for.
Perkins

Posted on: 2020/12/21 9:31
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