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29 Olds Landau Deluxe Fuel Sending Unit


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Good day, I have recently acquired a 1929 Oldsmobile F29 Landau Deluxe. It is an older restoration by a gentleman who once ran a Chev/Olds dealership in a small town in Ontario, Canada. It had been sitting for about 9 years so I removed the gas tank to clean out any dirt or rust. The previous owner had rebuilt the tank using galvanized sheet metal but it still was rusty inside. I plan to send the tank out to be sand blasted and sealed. The sending unit is the fluid type as is the fuel guage on my dash. I don't know if it can be salvaged or if a replacement is available. Any suggestions on a way forward would be appreciated. Presently I have only one fuel line going from the tank to the engine compartment. If you are familiar with this setup I could use some guidance. Steve

 

 

 

 

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https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=6512&forum=1&post_id=70322     Lots of info here to explain system and use . I have restored four of them and they DO work if you pay careful attention to the fine points. And they are all fine points . Best Wishes . I love your car !

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Contact: KM Lifestyle Mfg. 14 Clarendon Rd. Auburn,Ma. 01501.Their phone number is (508)792-9500. E-mail is kmlifestyle@hotmail.com. They rebuilt a sending unit for a 1932 Pierce-Arrow that we are working on. Nice job and fairly quick turnaround. Nice looking Oldsmobile.

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