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Edward J. Blend Book for Sale
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Dave L
For Sale: The Magnificent Packard Twelve of Nineteen Thirty Four by Edward J. Blend. Signed, numbered, in mint condition. Listed in Warth Price Guide.
$500.00 plus shipping. David L, P.O. Box 363, Rotterdam Junction, NY 12150. Email-Classiccar47@aol.com.

Posted on: 2013/11/22 19:43
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Re: Wade's Workshop
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Dave L
Thanks for the info. Will look into this!

Dave

Posted on: 2013/10/2 20:26
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Re: Wade's Workshop
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Am interested in where you acquired the Packard lettering decal on the trunk of your '34. I have a '36 and would like to have one.

Your help is appreciated

Dave Lee Saratoga, NY
Classiccar47@aol.com

Posted on: 2013/9/20 19:59
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Re: Black Substance in Gasoline
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Thanks for your ideas-I will following through with your suggestions, I understand that many states-mine included (NY) will be increasing ethanol to 15% . I wonder what the future will bring?

Dave

Posted on: 2012/11/14 22:02
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Black Substance in Gasoline
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My '36 Packard has sat for a year with stabilized fuel. I have recently noticed that a black greasy substance collects in the glass bowl of the fuel pump when the electric pump is operated. When bowl is cleaned and fresh fuel is pumped into bowl, fuel becomes dark, almost black with little sediment -like fragments.
The tank was sealed a number of years ago with Bill Hirsch sealer.

Can anyone help! Could this be ethanol related? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Dave L

Posted on: 2012/11/12 22:57
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Re: 1936 Packard 12 Owner's Manual
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Dave L
Would very much like to have a copy of the '36 V-12 Manual.
Please e-mail me at dvdlee92@gmail.com and we'll discuss the details. Any other '35 or '36 material?

Thanks,

Dave L

Posted on: 2009/1/12 16:14
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Re: 1936 Packard 12 Owner's Manual
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Dave L
Saw your request in the Packard Forum.

I am looking for a '35 and '36 V-12 Manual. If you have either or both-would you be willing to copy them for me.
I will naturally pick-up any cost.

I too have been looking for these manuals for quite sometime. Hope you can help.

Best Wishes,

David Lee

Posted on: 2009/1/1 19:58
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Re: Pre-War Ambassadors Wanted
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Dave L
New Member-Great site! Could you give details relating to the request for "Pre-War Ambassadors?

Posted on: 2007/11/2 12:34
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