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Re: Packard 1941 OneTwenty
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We should be able to help you. We have an extensive inventory of parts for your vehicle. We have been helping out the Packard enthusiasts for over 60 years. Please reach out to our Packard Department with your needs.

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James From
Kanter Auto Products.

Posted on: 6/28 14:31
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Re: treadle vac rebuilders
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We offer all the parts to rebuild your BTV as well as a rebuilding service. We may actually a rebuilt one in stock and can do an exchange as well as the toe board plate. Please reach out to our Packard Department.

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Posted on: 6/27 14:18
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Re: 1949 288 Custom Eight Packard Clutch
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A 288 is not a Custom 8, it is an Eight which uses the 10" clutch which he has measured. Unfortunately there is no modern interchange that can be sourced local. We should be able to help or if there is a local shop that does relining of brake and clutches for heavy equipment and trucks you may be able to have yours relined. Please call our Packard Department if interested. We would have the pressure plate, through out bearing and pilot bearing as well.

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Posted on: 6/9 14:24
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Re: 56 Patrician Rear Seat and Paint Questions
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With the ornament turned all the way, try banging the trunk on the vertical part with the heel of your hand. Common problem on V-8's

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Posted on: 3/14 11:16
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Re: '38 1608 V12 Project
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Necessity is the mother of invention!!! Nice job.

Posted on: 3/9 9:00
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Re: 1948 Limo Super 8
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Do not let the engine idle. start the engine and immediately bring it up to 2,000 to 2500 RPM. Vary the speed by a few hundred RPMs over the course of the next 30 minutes total, stopping the engine after the first ten minutes to let it cool down. Re-start and bring it back up to RPM and repeat through two more 10-minute run sessions to complete the heat-cycle break-in process.

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Posted on: 2/23 13:45
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Re: 1956 Packard Executive in France
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Please PM your details and I will get you in contact with a sales person within our Packard Dept. I apologize for any and all inconvenience.

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James From
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Posted on: 2/9 13:59
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Re: Water Pump Clipper 1947
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We have plently of water pumps in stock ready to go. Call and asked to be transferred our Packard Dept.

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Posted on: 2/8 22:17
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Re: Packard parts in Europe
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Hello Westieman,

I PM'd you. We would like to work with you. I do apologize if your inquiry was missed.

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James From
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Posted on: 2021/11/15 13:54
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Re: This auction is not very well listed
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Lou Abelove was a long time customer of ours from upstate NY and seems to have purchased and stored the luxury car contents of a junkyard ,doing what many collectors ask to be done, SAVE THEM  (which has been echoed by many on this forum over the years) .If anything this a great opportunity for people in the Packard community to have the chance to save and restore another Packard or the opportunity to get a younger classic car enthusiast interested in Packards. There are about 7 Caribbeans all of which can be restored.  Many of the rest can continue to be good parts cars or restoration projects with minimal original costs.

We had a Packard convertible in very similar condition in our yard at 76 Monroe years ago missing many parts but we were able to provide along the way.  A customer from Brazil saw it and bought it and restored it to the condition attached. If anything we should be looking at these car's as an opportunity for the next generation of collector car hobbyist and not some "Crackpots collection". As with many of us in this hobby we collect and save these cars with good intentions but time has a way of getting away from us.

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James From
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Posted on: 2021/11/5 9:03
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