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Re: Hydralic Valve LIfter Problem
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Gerard O'Keefe
I had the same problem with my 56 Patrician. It is a design flaw in the oil pump. You can try running with one quart over full. I did not have any luck with that solution, so I had the pump rebuilt by Bob Aller. That worked for a time but then the problem returned. I recently bought the OLDS pump conversion kit and had it installed. Oil pressure increased but I am now leaking oil out of the rear engine seal. Good luck with whatever fix you use.

Posted on: 8/22 11:06
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Re: Advice from those in the know on 1949 Super 8 Coupe
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Gerard O'Keefe
the car also appears to be equipped with electromatic clutch. Does it work?

Posted on: 6/30 4:45
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Re: 1/2 size Packard
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Gerard O'Keefe
Looks like someone made a Model A ford into a Packard-note the 4 cyl engine.

Posted on: 2021/10/5 8:35
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Re: 1954 Pacific figuring out the VIN
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Gerard O'Keefe
The paint and trim code on my 54 Convertible is on the right side of the glove box drawer. I never checked behind it to see if the build sheet is was there.

Posted on: 2021/5/31 23:12
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Re: Car Titles, engine numbers and vin #'s
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Gerard O'Keefe
Most states in my area (NJ) use the VN. On your 41 it would be on the VN plate on the firewall.

Posted on: 2021/5/26 11:42
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Re: Backup lenes, front turn signal lens.
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Gerard O'Keefe
I bought back up light and side marker light lenses from Kanter for my 56 Patrician. I believe he has directional and tail light as well.

Posted on: 2021/5/9 6:18
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Re: Looking for 1956 Packard 400 Windsheild
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Gerard O'Keefe
Try Mike Dulinsky in Minn. He has over 90 55 and 56 Packards for parts.

Posted on: 2020/11/2 17:42
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Re: George Raft drives a '49 Packard convertible in "Red Light"
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Gerard O'Keefe
The car in the movie was a 22nd series Custom 8 convertible.

Posted on: 2020/8/24 21:18
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Re: points and condenser - 1948 - 2262
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Gerard O'Keefe
According to my chart, Junior cars used Delco and My 48 Custom used Autolite. My Echlin chart gives CS-17 as your points, AL-869 as your condenser, AL-66 as your cap and AL-65 as your rotor. I bought all my tune up parts at NAPA.

Posted on: 2020/6/17 7:26
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Re: 1940 Packard Super 8 160 Station Wagon (Cantrell) Factory Air Conditioning!
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Gerard O'Keefe
Looks like the car Bill Harrah made for himself years ago. His had factory A/C.

Posted on: 2020/4/6 14:27
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