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Re: Packard Hardware
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Gary Kulp
Would you have any of these no.s ?
207246 209611(2) 228539 231157(5)or 302134 (5)or 303914(5)316181 320294 320297 323726
They are all tubing or wiring harness holding clips.

If you have any of these please let me know

Posted on: 5/12 8:38
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Re: 1937 120C Transmission Lock Up
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Gary Kulp
Pull your transmission shifter top,I think your low/reverse shift fork may have slide on the shift rail. There is a pin that locks the fork to the rail. It could be sheared off or fallen out.

Posted on: 4/8 11:16
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Re: Aluminum Head?
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Gary Kulp
Are you sure someone didn't use a extended tip spark plug(OK for most overhead valve V8's)? When they mill a head they only take off the flat sealing surface.

Posted on: 1/29 14:14
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Re: 1937 120-c convertible front bow
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The original front 6-120 bows had a grove over the front windshield top bar for a weather strip piece

Posted on: 2020/8/19 10:29
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Re: Oil pump pickup screen replacement needed
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Gary Kulp
I believe Max Merrit has reworked ones,on a exchange basis if I remember right or maybe Kanters.

Posted on: 2020/7/14 9:51
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Re: 47 Custom Super Clipper Coil
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Gary Kulp
I am surprised no one knew that coil was used on 30's to forties Chrysler products. Just push the stripped wire through the screw in part and fold about 1/8 inch of the wire end over or ask any 30's Chrysler guy how to do it.

Posted on: 2020/7/7 10:19
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Re: 1940 1808
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Gary Kulp
Anytime a brake hose is screwed into a wheel cylinder or caliper you must use a copper sealing washer.

Posted on: 2020/6/20 11:50
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Re: Paint Metal Flakes
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Gary Kulp
For 1936 120B there were Five colors that used metallic.
Duco 202-31473 Gunmetal Light Metallic Color Scheme A
202-31474 Almond Green Metallic " " J
202-31475 Golden Tan Metallic " " P
202-31476 Trianon Green Metallic " " Q
202-31482 Tuscan Red Metallic " " Z

Hope this helps you out.
I think Metallics were used in the 20,s as well. Most Packard colors were very conservative or subdued ,not flashy unless special ordered . The scheme letters referred to the pin stripe color and wheel color.

Posted on: 2020/6/11 10:34
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Re: 37 or 38 Delco distributor insulator replacement
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Gary Kulp
If I remember right,Chevrolet&Pontiac in the approximate years used the same part in their distributors. Try Chevrolet parts dealers who have parts for 30's cars.

Posted on: 2020/5/29 16:15
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Re: 120C conv. hinge pin removal
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Gary Kulp
If you can give the pin a solid rap from below to move it a 1/4 inch,it will move out easily as the top of the pin has about a 1/4 inch of serrations on it to make it hold fast.

Posted on: 2020/4/27 14:58
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