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stuck engine
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casey rog
I bought a 1950 Packard standard sedan. I just found out that the owner took off the head in 1984. The engine is stuck.
Has anyone been able to repair a stuck engine and what is the procedure. Or should I just junk it

Posted on: 7/27 21:14
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replacement wheel for 41 120
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Is there a modern replacement for a 1941 120 wheel?

Posted on: 12/2 14:40
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1941 120 wheels
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Is there a modern replacement for the wheels on a 1941 120?
I have a one where part of the outer rim has rusted away and looking for a replacement.
Thanks,
Casey Rog

Posted on: 2020/7/2 15:22
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Re: 12 volts for 6 volt horns
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Thanks, for the response, I'll clean up the contacts

Posted on: 2019/11/1 14:58
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12 volts for 6 volt horns
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casey rog
I am having a problem with the horns on my41 120. I am running on 6 volts and the horns sound fine when I run the car and ground the wire that is supposed to go to the steering wheel horn button. When I try the steering wheel horn button the sound is weak as if I am not making good contact at the horn button. All the wires are of the proper diameter and new. My question is can I run the horns on 12 volts without any damage. I start the car on 12 volts with the battery under the front seat and run the car on 6 volts with the battery under the hood.
Thanks in advance for any help.

Posted on: 2019/10/26 10:10
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Re: piston slap
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Thanks for the information

Posted on: 2019/4/18 17:33
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piston slap
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casey rog
My 41 120 has piston slap in #4 cylinder. Short of re-boring the cylinder, is there another solution. After the engine warms up the noise disappears. Please advise, and what is a piston skirt expander?

Posted on: 2019/4/17 16:16
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1941 120 air cleaner element
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casey rog
Can someone please advise me of a paper air cleaner I can use to replace the oil bath air cleaner on my 1941 120, model 1901?
Thanks in advance
Casey Rog

Posted on: 2018/11/14 17:50
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1941 120 rocker panels
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Does anyone know of a source for replacement rocker panels for a 1941 120? I bought the right side from classic 2 current and it was not the correct profile, but I did cut it up and use it for the rear lip on the trunk floor.
Please advise is anyone has a source for the correct rocker panels.
Thanks,
Casey Rog

Posted on: 2017/7/18 14:41
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brake backer plate removel 1941 120
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I am replacing the grease seals on the rear axel on my 1941 120. I did the passenger side and had a heck of a time putting the emergency brake cable back in place. Is it possible to remove the axle without removing the brake backer plate? I can clamp it in place while I remove the old hardware and grease seals. Has anyone done this before?
Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2017/5/30 14:01
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