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Re: 1937 120C Wiring Schematic
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Not seeing anything on the 3D version. 2D sure looks good though. Well done.

Posted on: 9/23 20:11
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Re: 1936 Packard 120C Survivor For Sale
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Nice car, price appears to be fair.

Posted on: 9/21 23:31
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Re: hph's 400
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That looks like a no brainer to me.

Posted on: 9/11 21:45
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Re: Trunk key
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Love it.

Posted on: 9/3 20:00
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Re: '38 1608 V12 Project
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Sorry to hear you're discontinuing the project, but understandable.

Stay well, sir.

Posted on: 9/3 19:57
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Re: 1937 Packard Hood Hinge
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Beautiful. this is on my to do list. Thanks!

Posted on: 9/3 19:17
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Re: Breaking news!!! The Louis Abelove parts collection
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I'd like to see a post on the road trip West....

Posted on: 8/24 23:54
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Re: Breaking news!!! The Louis Abelove parts collection
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Congrats!

Posted on: 8/21 14:28
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Re: Sending Unit
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Perhaps this vendor can help?

https://mykmlifestyle.com/

kmlifestyle@hotmail.com

I had them build one for my '37 115C from scratch. No core to send them; got it a few weeks later, installed, perfect.

Not inexpensive, but worth it. Outstanding workmanship.

I've heard that '57 Ford sending units may work in your vintage of Packard but I'm not sure....

Posted on: 8/11 22:15
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Re: Need ‘40 super 8 generator over night
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Can you find a 6v positive ground alternator? Might be quicker in a pinch to swap one in, have the gen rebuilt and then go back to the correct part. These can sometimes be found at places like Grainger for industrial applications, but they look and work just like a single wire GM car alternator.

(the PO of my '37 115 C swapped the generator for the 6v alternator, then lost the generator. It's still in the car. Grrrr.)

Posted on: 8/11 21:36
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