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Re: Oil change and Filter
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Wat_Tyler
A link to the zinc/oil thread mentioned above:

https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... wtopic.php?topic_id=26024


Sometimes, topics here wind up in places I wouldn't think.


Frankly, I have better luck searching the site through Google.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:26
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Re: NOS Packard Clipper Rear Passenger Door 1941-1947?
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I agree with you on the fitment.

Posted on: 10/2 8:16
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Re: 1941-42 two-tone option
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PackardDon wrote:
Please delete the duplicate posts! No need to submit multiple times. I must be getting old and grouchy but this sort of thing annoys me more and more.



You're collecting some company in the process. The site runs a bit slowly so one needs to pay attention when hitting the submit thingie so as not to annoy the grouchy old people here. If a millennial can do it . . . .


Color choices and names and faces have always driven me up the proverbial wall. It's more subjective than nearly anything I can think of. Once upon a time, Wat designed and sold kitchen cabinets and tops. One laminate (it's not Formica!) manufacturer had something like 14 shades of white. There's no way humanly possible to keep track of that, so I am forced to conclude that color, like Beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, and that perception is Reality.


Now I shall click on the "submit" thingie . . . once . . . .

Posted on: 10/1 4:42
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1947 Clipper LWB driver's side front fender wanted
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Want to buy: A STRAIGHT long wheelbase Clipper driver's side front fender.


It would seem that Wat has a veritable plethora of LWB Clippers. Almost all have good passenger fenders, but all of the driver's side fenders are afflicted by either rust or the inevitable bends caused by aging drivers bumping into things and/or other miscellaneous neglect.


My bodywork skills ain't all that, and my welding skills can't take the good back halves and weld them to the good front halves.


Need one, can absorb as many as three. Thank you in advance.

Posted on: 9/30 10:09
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Re: Zddp question
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Translation: tl;dr


Too long; didn't read.


Wat read it.


Summation/Wat's Gross Oversimplification: tempest in a teapot. He has a new .22LR to sight in. The crankcases are all full of Mobil 1 full synthetic.

Posted on: 9/30 10:00
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Re: Hershey 2022
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Wat will not be there, thereby keeping his decades-long continuous streak of non-attendance intact.

Posted on: 9/27 18:27
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Re: 1941-47 Clipper hood pad
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Wat wouldn't (yet), but he's from the wrong side of the tracks.


Glad you found a solution.


Hope this de-squeaks things.

Posted on: 9/23 19:20
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Re: Wat's Clipper coupe
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Packard Parts Road Trip tomorrow. Transmission. 1949. O/D. R11. Don't have one of those . . . yet.

Posted on: 9/23 19:16
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Quote:

PackardDon wrote:
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I check for the under-the-dash pull-out shut-off thingie. That is the technical term for it, right???


The proper term is large-pull-out-knob-thingie



I think that I just heard Fred's eyes roll around like marbles in a tin can.

:D

Posted on: 9/18 12:23
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Re: Outside sun visor
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It appears that Wat has one of each. Both are surplus. The factory/dealer one is off the car. The aftermarket one needs to be removed, and it has a warp which likely would be easy enough to fix.

Posted on: 9/18 7:45
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