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Re: 1951 Model 200 For sale $2000
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Happy New Year.... How about a new project? Make me an offer?

Posted on: 2015/1/5 16:49
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Re: 1951 Model 200 For sale $2000
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Anyone interested in a winter project?

Posted on: 2014/11/28 17:53
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Re: Wanted: My first Packard
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Any luck with your P as ckard search? I just posted my '51 model 200 if still looking.

Posted on: 2014/11/9 12:02
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Re: 1951 Model 200 For sale $2000
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Pic attached... Finally.

Posted on: 2014/11/9 9:09
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1951 Model 200 For sale $2000
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Wanting to sell a '51 Model 200 4 dr. 288 cu. in. I8/automatic. Some chrome and gas tank missing. Interior needs re-upholstery. Engine turns over. Body 98% solid. Windshield cracked. Great car that wouldn't take much to be road worthy. Car near Houston, TX Call for pics 830-265-8020. $2000.

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Posted on: 2014/11/8 17:50
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Re: 12 volt Packards?/Negative ground Packards?
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Thx for the info. I will continue to research. Right now just trying to get it running with the 6v system.

Posted on: 2014/5/9 6:28
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Re: 12 volt Packards?/Negative ground Packards?
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A/C is definitely in the cards down the road. I live on the Gulf Coast. My prior questions were geared toward the possibility of finding a 12v negative ground wiring schematic in the archives to follow while building my harness. I'll just convert my print. Just playing out options. I do way too much thinking.

Posted on: 2014/5/8 12:23
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Re: 12 volt Packards?/Negative ground Packards?
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The reason for my questions is I'd like to convert my '51 200 I8 to 12v negative ground. My wiring harness is shot and already needs to be replaced so any reason why I shouldn't convert it now?

Posted on: 2014/5/8 10:55
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Re: 12 volt Packards?/Negative ground Packards?
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If most were positive ground years ago, what changed all manufacturers decision to switch later on?

Posted on: 2014/5/8 10:16
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12 volt Packards?/Negative ground Packards?
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Just curious,
Were their any 12 volt Packards with the I8 built out of the factory?
Were their any negative ground Packards built from the factory?

Posted on: 2014/5/8 9:33
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