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Re: 1940 Overdrive Switch
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West Peterson
Also, the light for overdrive on the dash is the same knob that is used for the dash light dimmer. On cars fitted with overdrive, the switch came with a light with a red cats-eye lens.

Posted on: 9/30 13:03
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Re: 1940 Overdrive Switch
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I have a lock-out cable assembly with switch and knob in good condition. I can deliver to Hershey. $300

Posted on: 9/30 7:21
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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The '41 is NOT the long wheelbase.

Posted on: 9/23 7:37
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Re: Spark plug wire loom ID
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It'll fit 1940. A vacuum line fits on the side clip.

Posted on: 9/22 7:55
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Re: Rear Fender for 1940 180 club sedan
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This isn't the one(s) i remember, but it's on ebay right now.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/124371201517? ... 19eded:g:5AYAAOSwbkVffhGx

Posted on: 9/9 15:10
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Re: Rear Fender for 1940 180 club sedan
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Somewhere, I saw both fenders listed for sale. If I can remember where I saw it, I'll let you know.

Posted on: 9/9 15:05
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Re: Is This a Packard
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Circa 1927 Oakland

Posted on: 8/23 18:19
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Re: 1933 Super 8 Stainless steel acorn head nuts
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Way overthinking. Tighten them to 65 (if that is the number) and move on. Recheck after it has been run. Do that at least twice. Perhaps with a few hundred miles put on it inbetween checks.

Posted on: 8/23 12:18
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Re: Need photos of Factory A/C car engine compartment
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Thanks. That's quite a document.

Posted on: 8/20 13:20
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Need photos of Factory A/C car engine compartment
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Putting back together a 1956 Caribbean factory a/c car. Need photos to see how/where everything attaches to firewall. Car was taken apart by someone else. Also, would like to know what fan blade looks like.
Thanks,

Posted on: 8/20 12:02
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