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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Don Skotty
Troy, I sent you a PM about your latest acquisition. Don

Posted on: 2016/3/27 13:35
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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In addition to having the 356, the 1947 has the Super Custom upholstery -- refer to the 1946 Data Book, which is available in the Literature and Manuals section.

It also has the Electromatic Clutch, I don't know if it was available on all eights, but definitely on the 356.

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Posted on: 2015/12/2 18:08
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: "The Packard Experience" at the Gilmore
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Don Skotty
Regardless of the authenticity of Mr. Pushbutton's parking lights, it is a beauty! Well done.

Posted on: 2015/6/11 18:19
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: How to quote some one else in a forum post
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Quote:

RogerDetroit wrote:
Quote:

Don Skotty wrote:
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Don Skotty wrote:
I can't seem to figure this out, and it is done all the time by others in this forum. How do I designate someone else's text for quoting in a forum post?


Doesn't seem to work for me. Above was the result of highlighting the following text -

"Or, after pressing the reply button to the quote you want to address, press the "quote" button at the bottom of the new message window to copy and paste the entire post."


And then hitting the quote button. Arrgh. It can't be this hard?


Hello Don:

Glad you asked this question as I could not figure it out either.

Look at Steve203 comment in post #3. In the lower-righthand corner of the gray box is a small button - "REPLY." Click on it and it opens a new reply box. Now scroll all the way down to the bottom of that new box. There are 5 buttons at the bottom. At the far left is "QUOTE." Click on that button and it automatically adds the poster's comment.


Wow, the power of the little reply button. Thanks much.

Posted on: 2014/10/16 13:22
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: How to quote some one else in a forum post
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Quote:

Don Skotty wrote:
I can't seem to figure this out, and it is done all the time by others in this forum. How do I designate someone else's text for quoting in a forum post?


Doesn't seem to work for me. Above was the result of highlighting the following text -

"Or, after pressing the reply button to the quote you want to address, press the "quote" button at the bottom of the new message window to copy and paste the entire post."


And then hitting the quote button. Arrgh. It can't be this hard?

Posted on: 2014/10/16 12:53
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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How to quote some one else in a forum post
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Don Skotty
I can't seem to figure this out, and it is done all the time by others in this forum. How do I designate someone else's text for quoting in a forum post?

Posted on: 2014/10/16 12:03
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: 21st washer jet location
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Don Skotty
Here's the peak under the hood of the San Antonio Packard, showing the washer bottle

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Posted on: 2014/10/16 11:50
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: 21st washer jet location
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Don Skotty
Howard, it does seem like an odd location. Perhaps the nozzle can be directed to the right position on the glass?

Posted on: 2014/10/16 11:45
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: Roof insert
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Dave, I assume you got the numbers off the '39 V12 Club Sedan listed on ebay.

If not, here they are:
Theft proof - 412566
Patent Plate # - 1236-2012

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Posted on: 2014/7/28 22:15
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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Re: 1937 Packard Super Eight bastardization completion
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Don Skotty
West,

Does it really matter that it started life as a junior? You modeled some amazing-looking mongrels.

Posted on: 2014/5/23 16:07
Don Skotty
1938 Super 8 1604 1116 Club Sedan
1939 Twelve
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