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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Joe Wareham
Kevin,

My Chevy windshield came by truck rather than UPS or FedEx along with a couple of fenders and bed parts. Packed very well!

Joe

Posted on: 2/21 11:07
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Joe Wareham
I bought a new windshield for my '57 Chevy pickup from LMC Trucks. It was encased in spray foam and the box marked "Fragile Glass". Came from Kansas to Florida undamaged. Who ever packed it needed to make it good. Should have been fully insured. Unfortunately, doesn't help finding a replacement!

Posted on: 2/19 8:29
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1933 Packard Victoria on Hemmings
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Joe Wareham

Posted on: 2/16 10:29
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Joe Wareham
'50 2 door - "Super Deluxe" what's the VN?

Posted on: 2/10 9:45
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Re: KPack
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Joe Wareham
I used a 2-part 3M Bare-Metal Seam Sealer (#08310) to seal the roof seam and the drip rail seam. Easier to work than sealer in a single tube. Requires a 2-tube applicator. Easier to apply and less messy.

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Posted on: 2/7 9:06
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Re: Joe
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Joe Wareham
Some friends of mine saw this car at a show in TN and sent me some pictures. It is very nicely done. I'm sure that some folks are upset that it was not allowed to just rot away or that it should have been uneconomically restored to original. To each his own!

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Posted on: 1/28 8:17
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Re: Joe's '49 Club Sedan
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Joe Wareham
The 2 6V Optimas are about the same size as the original battery box. Worked great on 6V. Also had potential plans to convert to 12V for AC. Was able to re-jumper the 2 for 12V for the AC conversion last summer.

Posted on: 1/28 8:08
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Re: Packards Sold At Mecum January
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Joe Wareham
Did not realize that you had to be signed into the Mecum site for the sold price to show. The 1940 sold for $20,900.

Posted on: 1/22 13:47
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Packards Sold At Mecum January
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Joe Wareham

Posted on: 1/21 10:11
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Joe Wareham
Working on old cars, a blast cabinet is an extremely valuable tool. I started with a small one like Kevin then invested in a larger one from TP Tools. Cram everything I can in it! Get the glass bead from Harbor Freight.

Posted on: 1/5 11:28
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