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Re: window trim 37 115-C
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Thanks. As soon as I get it out of winter storage (live in New Hampshire), I'll take another close look. All the window trim in the car is painted gloss black but that paint is flaking on this one window. I should have looked at it more carefully. I appreciate your help.

Posted on: 1/24 13:22
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Re: Jump starting 37 Packard 115C
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Thanks. I got several really helpful responses. First time using the forum and I'm impressed with how quickly new Packard owners like me can get expert advice.

Posted on: 1/24 13:14
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Re: Jump starting 37 Packard 115C
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Wayne
Thanks. I appreciate the quick response.

Posted on: 1/24 13:12
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Re: Jump starting 37 Packard 115C
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Thanksk. I got great responses from several folks. It's fantastic to have access to such knowledgeable people.

Posted on: 1/24 13:10
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Jump starting 37 Packard 115C
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Is there anyway to safely jump-start a 6 volt 37 Packard 115C with a 12 volt jump starter? Do any of you know if a 6 volt jump starter exists or can be purchased?

Posted on: 1/22 10:48
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window trim 37 115-C
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I'm new to the Packard world with a 37 115C. The wood trim on the rear driver's side door need refinishing. I've removed the screws but trim is still firmly in place. I don't want to damage trim which is very solid. How do I remove this multi-piece molding?

Posted on: 1/22 10:39
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