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Re: Resurrecting my 56’ Patrician
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Wat_Tyler
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Making headway. Good for you!!! I hope that the cat was of some help.


I was working on gutting a house. Found wasps, termites, and a whole lotta skeevy grungy stuff - mostly dirt.


I did spend some time communing with the big coupe. It's asking for some attention.

Posted on: 8/28 17:40
If you're not having fun, maybe it's your own damned fault.
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Re: Resurrecting my 56’ Patrician
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Marvin
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Spent the day wire brushing parts and going through my latest package for the Packard. In the gasket kit are two round gaskets that I assume are the exhaust to manifold gasket. I also have two that are more contemporary from the exhaust manufacture. Which is recommended?

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Posted on: 9/10 15:44
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Re: Resurrecting my 56’ Patrician
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R H
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The round one will compress.

Heat riser side that goes on pipe like you have it

Then thin one goes on top.

Posted on: 9/10 18:54
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Re: Resurrecting my 56’ Patrician
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It took a while, but the left side of the exhaust is on. while I was under there, I thought it was a good time to remove the positive battery cable. The old one has an emergency bolt on end terminal. I also wanted to clean all of the contacts. Decided it was easier to remove the starter. Two quick questions. Should I have my starter rebuilt and if yes, by whom?
Also, any recommendations on a source for the battery cables?
tackling the right side this weekend.

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Posted on: 10/19 16:45
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