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removal and installation of fuel pump
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Hello all, is there anything to be aware of when removing fuel pump for rebuild ? and same for installation or is it about the same as any other car. mine is a 1936 with a 282 engine.

Posted on: 7/8 15:10
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1936 995 sport coupe
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I have been trying to find the production numbers for that model and estimate of how many are left

Posted on: 7/1 9:46
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Re: 1936 carb
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Thanks for the info. on carb, I forgot to mention it was a 1936 120 with the 282 in it. I had the carb rebuilt but butterfly on choke got stiff just like it was before rebuild, that is the purpose for wanting to go to automatic choke. I purchased the 36 sedan to work on during the winter months, needed more than I bargained for. it is a good thing the 1936 sport coupe is running good. Thanks again for the help.

Posted on: 6/13 18:05
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1936 carb
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what carb. can replace stromberg ee-14? I would rather have automatic choke

Posted on: 6/13 7:34
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Re: FOR SALE 6 nice 1936 120 Packard hubcaps
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do you still have the hubcaps for salerosie154@verizon.net

Posted on: 2023/11/21 6:51
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