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Re: WTB 23rd series front fender stainless
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The 2382 is on the 127" wheelbase. I think the stainless trim from the Deluxe model would be too short.

Posted on: 2018/6/28 20:31
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Re: Mal's '50 Packard Eight Touring Sedan
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WOW! Thanks for the heads up. I know darn well I've inadvertently had both sides unlocked when working under the hood. I really didn't think that could happen. I'll be more careful now. Glad you weren't really hurt.

Posted on: 2018/6/3 14:59
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Re: Question regarding the "Mayfair" model designation
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Thanks. I looked through the advertising literature but missed that one. That one ad at least shows that the 'Mayfair' label was in use in 1951. Probably just another indicator of management in transition.

Posted on: 2018/6/2 7:51
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Question regarding the "Mayfair" model designation
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I have a question regarding the Model Name column in the Packard Model Info section of the website.

1951 body 2467 is shown as "250 Mayfair Sports Coupe"
1952 body 2577 is also shown as "250 Mayfair Sports Coupe"

I didn't think Packard used the Mayfair moniker until 1953. There was a question being asked over on a Facebook thread and I came here for resolution but I'm not sure the answer shown here is correct. The Parts manual shows "250 - Sports Coupe" for both.

Posted on: 2018/6/2 6:34
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Re: Various CL Parts Pickings
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'38 parts car has goddess still on it!


Yes, it does... unfortunately I think she dropped her donut somewhere along the way.

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Posted on: 2018/5/31 7:00
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Re: 42' Clipper Street Rod
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Will this have a back-up camera installed? The view to the rear in the Clipper Club Sedan wasn't exactly great to begin with.

Posted on: 2018/5/14 7:17
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Re: Fuel Pump
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I've had excellent dealings with both.

Posted on: 2018/5/14 7:00
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Re: Opinions wanted on this '38 Packard Super 8
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If you're into resto-mods I guess it looks pretty good. At least they didn't put a tilt steering wheel or 20" wheels on it. With a 350 engine transplant there's not too much to comment on as far as Packard mechanical attributes are concerned.

Posted on: 2018/5/14 6:51
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Re: Steering part help required...
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Try this link.

Posted on: 2018/5/12 5:37
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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That New Hampshire car looks like a 23rd series Eight with 22nd series Super Eight trim. Different.

Posted on: 2018/4/18 6:10
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