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Re: 1936 120b Coupe overall length????
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I have already pointed him to this site just to whet his appetite.

Bob

Posted on: 4/8 6:36
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Re: 1936 120b Coupe overall length????
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Many thanks for the prompt response...

Bob

Posted on: 4/7 22:31
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1936 120b Coupe overall length????
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My nephew is contemplating buying a1936 120b rumble seat coupe and is wondering if it will fit into his garage.
I just perused the Owner's Manual and it only spells out the wheelbase.
I don't know what his non-normal garage constraints are...

Any help is appreciated.

Bob

Posted on: 4/7 21:22
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Re: Please help identify....oil pump?,,,for what???
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Thanks for all the input.

Bob

Posted on: 3/28 19:59
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Re: Bud Juneau
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I am saddened to hear of Bod's passing.
I have corresponded with him for many years, and enjoyed meeting him in person at the Texas Packard Meet in Salado, TX.

He will be sorely missed.

Bob and Gail

Posted on: 3/27 18:13
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Please help identify....oil pump?,,,for what???
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This item has been on my shelf for ages and perhaps someone needs it, but I don't know how to list it.
To me it looks like an oil pump.
Can someone positively identify it?
I suspect it is for Packard.
Could it possibly be for a 288?

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Posted on: 3/23 18:38
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Re: Need photograph of heat exchanger
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Many thanks for the posting of the article. I have moved a couple of times since 2000 and unfortunately, my collection of magazines is now in disarray.
Also, I still have hopes of finding someone with an original car with the Kelch still installed and get a photo to include in my forthcoming book on the '37 Seniors.
I have located both the '34 and '37 registers, but did not know which was correct for '37....but then, maybe the LeBaron owner specified the '34 because of its directional control?!?!?!

Posted on: 3/14 20:11
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Nee photograph of
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Our '37 Super-Eight LeBaron Town Car had a hot air heater, but when I got the hulk in 1978 the only parts of the heater were the control nob on the instrument panel and the valve in the firewall.
Is there anyone out there with the heat exchanger and the fan?
The system was possibly used on the '35-36 models also, and the '38.

I would really appreciate a photo.

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Posted on: 3/13 21:35
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For Sale...1937 Senior shifter
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This shifter came from a 1937 Super Eight. Probably fits the 1935-1938 Seniors.
I'll take $40 + shipping.

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Posted on: 3/10 19:14
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Re: 1937 packard 1506 model 1023
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That's about what I started with when I was doing my restoration.
Either you shell out a bundle to a top notch chrome shop or you do the grunt work yourself.
First, have the unit stripped and heavy copper plate.
Take it home and carefully sand, leaving the copper to fill the pits.
Take it back and have another coat of copper applied,
Repeat, repeat, repeat...until the pits are filled...
ONLY THEN do you have it nickel plated and finally chrome plated.
Have patience...

Posted on: 2/19 22:19
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