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Re: 55-56 374 Core Plugs
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Glad to hear that you got the one in and your leak resolved. If you still have the front clip off I would definitely consider doing the others. Based on the fact of ease of access. I know I have gambled in the past and it has come back to bite me. When in doubt change in out when it come to block plugs.

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Posted on: 4/7 4:48
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Re: 1956 Accelerator Relay Lever Bushing
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We all list only the most popular parts. Our 55-56 list is about 12 pages and the factory parts book is 300-400 pages.

We will research your needs, just send us a letter , call or e-mail and give us time to research your request.

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Posted on: 4/7 4:42
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Re: 1936/37 Engine Parts
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There are 3 models of 8 cyl engines in 36-37

120 3 1/4" bore
eight 3 3/16"
super 8 3 1/2" bore

All use different pistons. We should be able to help you. Please PM me with your information we can provide you with pricing.

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Posted on: 4/5 4:22
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Re: 55-56 374 Core Plugs
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We have been supplying the 1 3/4 freeze out plugs in our engine kits as well as individually for nearly 40 years with no ill affects. On occasion we may have a customer that has issues but this in many cases is in part to heavy corrosion or pitting at the blocks surface area. In those cases when we are notified we work with the customer and supply them with a larger freeze out plug if need be to remedy the situation.

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Posted on: 3/22 6:35
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Re: Headliner
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Jbgeer wrote:
Can anyone tell me who besides Kanter makes a headliner. They have become really bad at answering calls. Thanks


I am sorry that you are having an issue with getting in contact with our Packard Department. As others have mentioned unfortunately our Packard Department has been hit particularly hard this past week with Covid. Since the confirmation we have been pro-active to clean and disinfect the department. We have added salesman from our other sales department to handle incoming calls and any customer service issues that need assistance. We have also added additional warehouse employees to aid with pulling, packing and shipping of parts.

But regardless there had been a slight delay in orders being taken and orders going out this past week but now with the step that we have put in place we should be as close to normal with leads times this coming week.

You can also reach out to me through PM here and I will work with you to get an answer to what ever questions that you have.

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Posted on: 3/8 6:05
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Re: Twelve water jacket covers
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The cover is steel, the brass plate is not original , added to fix the leak from the hole in the steel cover. Packard senior 8's like your Pierce have an inner steel plate with holes to direct the flow between the cylinders.. If you have just a few small holes I suggest grinding them to expose good thicker metal and brazing the holes. Put soluble oil ( cooling system anti-rust) in the cooling system to retard future corrosion

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Posted on: 12/27 19:00
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Re: Remove the Speedometer cable
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It is not necessary to remove the sheath and center cable to clean and lube it. Unscrew from speedo, lower the cable assb and pull the central cable out of the sheath.
Be careful, the cable can be very greasy and stain the upholstery...Clean the center cable in a suitable petroleum solvent, then reinsert it into the sheath. Much of the old grease will come out when you remove the cable again. Then put some solvent into an oiling nozzle container and shoot some down the sheath.

To lube it, get a tube of graphite, plain graphite and shoot some down the sheath. Do not use and oil/grease.. Oil and grease get thick when cold and will hamper the workings of the cable, graphite is not thickened by low temperature.

With the cable off the speedo, get a very small oil can with nozzle or a wooden match stick, dip in oil until you get one drop on the end, then put it in the oil hole just above the speedo/cable junction. It's a bear to find, good luck.


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Posted on: 2020/10/23 3:34
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Re: Forged cam rockers for 1930 385
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We do have used ones if you are interested. Please pm me for pricing.

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Posted on: 2020/10/19 5:31
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Re: Front right fender stainless trim for 53 Clipper
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I believe that we may have that piece of trim. I would ask that you please contact our Packard Depart and speak with Charod. He should be able to help you.

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Posted on: 2020/10/15 8:59
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Re: 1948 Packard Station Wagon With Steel Doors
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The wood on all 4 doors is not bolted to the door skin, it is a unit that is inserted into a large hole cut into the door. What the car in question is , it's probably a well used car whose wood failed and it was easier to bolt on a set of sedan doors. No such thing as a "wood delete"

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Posted on: 2020/10/8 19:54
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