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  1. can do, complete. please email me directly flackmaster at sbcglobal point net Note also that I travel a lot, so it might be a couple days before I reply, but be confident that I have a complete, correct setup for you.
  2. I can mail you one tomorrow. DAF, Dallas.
  3. Anybody running from Upstate NY to Texas? Soon please. NON RUNNING 67 Corvette, strongly prefer enclosed haul. Commercial carriers welcome to contact me....Brokers, well, I am VERY wary. NO "maybe" games while you try to find a hauler....either you have a hauler with a schedule, or you don't. Commercial insurance required, will pay premium price for premium service. Thank you.
  4. not sure what the difference is, surely very minor, very likely just the shaft, but I have a couple 647-E, Packard 6. flackmaster at sbcglobal point net and I can zap you back some photos.
  5. Really appreciate the chatter....any chance anyone has an engine apart or a spare on the shelf, understanding not for sale, but would be willing to have a casting made? Thanks!
  6. You are unbelievable...I have forwarded your reply to my friend in England. His brother has also posted on the CLC site. No manifolds yet, but we live in hope. As for the body...yikes, be careful what you ask for! Anybody with brilliant ideas to get this body to London at less than a first class ticket on the Titanic? My idea is to carefully disassemble, lose the glass and send a crate via DHL...
  7. Thank you for your reply. I am searching for a friend in England who has acquired a "nearly complete" car. Nearly complete being questionable mechanical items missing (manifold, etc) as well as pretty much needing a body. Car was pulled out from under a collapsed barn...doors completely missing, rear body section squished (sedan). Objective is to restore the chassis, if possible...and consider body options during this process. Cowl forward is otherwise pretty complete. I am not a member of the CLC.
  8. OK, I know I'm really reaching here, but I must find a RIGHT exhaust manifold. OK, OK, I'll buy both...or more. Say, you wouldn't happen to have a body up in the attic of the barn...?
  9. OK, I know I'm really reaching here, but I must find a RIGHT exhaust manifold. OK, OK, I'll buy both...or more. Say, you wouldn't happen to have a body up in the attic of the barn...?
  10. OK, I know I'm really reaching here, but I must find a RIGHT exhaust manifold. OK, OK, I'll buy both...or more. Say, you wouldn't happen to have a body up in the attic of the barn...? Thank you.
  11. OK carb experts, here's what I've got. EE-22 carb base, note the unknown C-171 stamping that I am not familiar with. Bowl P-17922. 1 3/32". Top unmarked. Does not match my other carburetors, and my research has thus far been inconclusive... Note the pivot for the accelerator pump is on the opposite side from what I am used to, but the casting has a similar untapped boss on the other side, also unusual to me. The linkage stamping on the throttle shaft looks kinda like Lincoln K, but nothing else does. So what have I got? Yeah, I think the bowl is later (but I've had EE-22 bowls on EE-23's too)
  12. and FWIW, I am connecting BLG/PCA16 with a good block.
  13. new block project? I haven't heard of this - more information please. Just please don't tell me Empire or its latest front...
  14. 1939 Super 8, model 1703/1272 touring sedan. Front bumper, headlights and hood side trim conclusively establish.
  15. Ummm....thanks for noticing my car for sale. Also listed in the Packard forum with more pictures.