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48-50 parts and 1953
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ok I have some parts as Im cleaning out the shop, need to get rid of them in other words free for the taking. If you pay for posting I can ship it to you. I have a 1950 auto transmission that if you need parts out of I can take it apart. You all have 2 weeks and it breaks my heart but will be scraped out.

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Posted on: 7/29 18:48:22
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Re: Packard Trips
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Joe those are 1957 and 1958 Fayetteville Arkansas licence stickers. I bought this car from the original family and kept the stickers on the windshield.

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Posted on: 4/16 13:26:32
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Re: Birthday Hill Country Run
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Thanks John!!!!

Posted on: 4/15 21:02:53
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Re: Birthday Hill Country Run
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yes all three were taken with cell phone

Posted on: 4/15 20:44:08
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Re: Birthday Hill Country Run
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Thank you Ozstatman. Could not figure out why those pix were coming out upside down. Posted this on Packard trips like I wanted to do in the first place.

Posted on: 4/15 20:38:41
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Re: Packard Trips
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Took the Packard out for my birthday today. Went on a drive through the Texas Hill Country. Departed San Antonio, went through Helotes. Took the Scenic Loop through Grey Forest. Drove through Boerne, stopped in Comfort for ice cream (practiced social distancing of course). Drove through Center Point, and stopped in Camp Verde. Went to Medina, then Bandera, and back to San Antonio. All in a couple of hours because every town was like a ghost town. Nothing open, Few people outside.
This trip was a Packard's version of social distancing (Ask the man who distances himself). Joe, my wife did an old school 360 video with the phone camera. You inspired us. We may look into the 360 camera in the future. We caught a beautiful sunset to end the trip. Y'all have a wonderful Packard Day.


https://youtu.be/eDnib_ieUbo


https://youtu.be/Q1lEjpWu6nI


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Posted on: 4/15 20:34:10
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Birthday Hill Country Run
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Took the Packard out for my birthday today. Went on a drive through the Texas Hill Country. Departed San Antonio, went through Helotes. Took the Scenic Loop through Grey Forest. Drove through Boerne, stopped in Comfort for ice cream (practiced social distancing of course). Drove through Center Point, and stopped in Camp Verde. Went to Medina, then Bandera, and back to San Antonio. All in a couple of hours because every town was like a ghost town. Nothing open, Few people outside.
This trip was a Packard's version of social distancing (Ask the man who distances himself). Joe, my wife did an old school 360 video with the phone camera. You inspired us. We may look into the 360 camera in the future. We caught a beautiful sunset to end the trip. Y'all have a wonderful Packard Day.


https://youtu.be/eDnib_ieUbo


https://youtu.be/Q1lEjpWu6nI


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Posted on: 4/15 20:22:28
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Re: Texas Packard Meet - Salado, TX
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Regretfully, We have had to cancel this years meet due to health concerns. We will plan on next year second week in April.

Posted on: 3/16 16:17:36
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Re: Gummed up carb never rebuilt a carb
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Daytona carburetors sells great kits, have one in my 1950. If you never done a carb before make sure you have a pictorial and clean your parts good. It mite be beneficial to have a friend that built a couple to help out. Have fun, if I was closer Id help you. Dave

Posted on: 12/31 10:31:27
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Re: Fun with used cars
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NO IT AIN'T !!!! Now let me see where did I put my chain saw, out here in the garage some where.

Posted on: 12/4 13:21:33
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