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Hadn't planned to share another topnotch source, but Jeff Dreibus, The Old Carb Doctor (yesterday's tip) says he bought, buys his fuel pump kits from Then-Now, Weymouth, MA. Just spoke with the owner, Tom Hannaford, who couldn't be more level, knowledgeable.
Fuel pumps, shocks, motor mounts, machining, fan belts for all cars back to the '20s.
(781) 335- 8860

These leads are not in place of Jeff Adkins, Moose Motors, Penngrove (Petaluma), CA's North Bay (707) 792-9985,
packardguy54@sbcglobal.net, who i've praised here before, my usual go-to guy, but in addition should for some bizarre and i mean bizarre reason Jeff doesn't have it or can't help. Also, Then-Now offers machining for some of you in New England.

Jeff is a lifelong Packard man who ran a shop so catering, now sells mechanical parts, rebuilds components inc. correct Packard pressure plates using the original jig, instead of the Ford truck clutches many of us use/used. R-9, R-11 overdrive transmissions, starters, etc. Also brake parts for all old domestic cars Auburn through Zephyr.

Posted on: 2022/7/15 15:37
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