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1954 327 with 3 bbl carb
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Jorge Cardozo
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Hi all , i've just got myself another 327 engine, this one is a 1954 straight eight with 2 bubble carburator, is that correct or is another"frankestein"?? My litle knowledge on Packard engines tells me that it was supposed to be a 4 bbl carburator on it, i'll apprecciate someone clarify that for me please, Thks.

Posted on: 5/2 23:45
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Re: 1954 327 with 3 bbl carb
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Owen_Dyneto
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The only 2-bbl carbureted engine used in the 1954 car line was the 288 used in the Clippers.

EDIT: My error, Kevin's following post has it correctly - I missed a page flipping thru my reference.

Posted on: 5/3 6:53
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Re: 1954 327 with 3 bbl carb
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The 1954 Panama's have a 327 with 2 barrel carburetor. Of course, lots of stuff about the 1954 Clipper Supers seemed to have been carried over from '53.

Kevin

Posted on: 5/3 7:56
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Re: 1954 327 with 3 bbl carb
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Jorge Cardozo
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Thanks you guys!!

Posted on: 5/3 22:06
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