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Re: Please identify year of this Radiator
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Bob Supina
While we are on the topic of identifying radiators....
Can anyone tell me about this one.
It is NOS..still with the Packard Label (but badly deteriorated).

It is looking for a new home.

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Posted on: Yesterday 12:08
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326/526 battery to starter wire guage?????
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Bob Supina
The Parts book spells out the "Bulk Stock No. on Cable' and the length of the various cables, but does not spell out a specific gauge.
Various places I have seen 1/0 for 6volt systems.
Is there actual documentation that I have not found?

Posted on: 9/26 11:27
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Worldwide auction prices?
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Did anyone note the hammer of the 526 roadster #344 and the '32 Twin-Six #663?

I saw the '47 Custom Super Clipper went for $20k and the'37 Twelve Formal sedan went for $120.

Bob

Posted on: 9/5 19:04
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Re: Wanted - 1937 Packard Super 8 parts, Fender, floor board etc.
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Did you ever get the upper floor board and the fender supports?

Bob

Posted on: 8/18 17:02
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NOS 23rd? Series 1949-50 Front fender trim #413234?
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Bob Supina
This RARE (it still has most of the original brown paper on it) trim piece that I BELIEVE fits the 23rd Senior Series.
One end is open. It would be covered by the spear; the other end is tapered for the door.
I think years ago I compared it to the piece on a car at Salado.
$50 + shipping in a PVC tube

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Posted on: 7/24 15:44
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Re: Wanted-stainless trim for 1956 Executive 2 Dr HT
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Bob Supina
What is the length of that piece of trim?

Posted on: 7/21 8:25
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Re: 1937 Packard Radio
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Bob Supina
OK..Here is the skivvy..

The Receiver has two wires ...power and antenna.
The control head has two wires. The one on the top of the unit goes to the receiver and provides power.
The one on the bottom goes to a toggle switch in the right glove box (which is a secure control of the power.)

The power path is this:
Power from the amp meter to an SFE 20A fuse holder.
From the fuse holder to the toggle switch.
From the toggle switch to the top of the control unit.
From the bottom of the control unit to the receiver box.

Posted on: 7/19 18:21
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Re: 1937 Packard Radio
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Bob Supina
Nivek123, what model Packard do you have? Junior or Senior?

1887mike, I am attaching information that I have. Exactly where is the wire on the box? Please attach a picture or confirm if it is exactly like the picture I have posted.

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Posted on: 7/18 16:19
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Re: Need 526 oil pressure/rpm values....
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Bob Supina
I believe the engine was disassembled about 6 years ago (before we bought it..). I have drive it about 120 miles in the past 4 years.
Yesterday, I changed the oil to 0w-20 and idled it until the head temp was 160F and the ambient temp was 95F.
It started idling at 39+- and eventually dropped down to 18+-.

Posted on: 6/19 15:46
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Re: Need 526 oil pressure/rpm values....
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Bob Supina
I was afraid that very high pressures would indicate a clog in a passage which would cause a bearing down line not getting proper lubrication.
What's the chance of that?

Posted on: 6/19 13:58
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