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Re: 1937 Packard Limo??
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I want to clarify, I don't know about your cars lenses but the ones I have here thread on. My junior Limo does share a lot of parts with the Senior Limos but it does not have the running board lights.

Posted on: 7/6 9:37:17
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: 1937 Packard Limo??
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Yes They do thread on, Don

Posted on: 7/6 9:10:00
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: 1937 Packard Limo??
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By a strange coincidence I got on the forum to ask about 2 Running board lenses I have and what they fit on. Here are a couple of pictures I took a half hour ago. The threaded side is about 1.5" Diameter.

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Posted on: 7/6 7:54:51
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: 1936 Sill Plates
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Thanks for the information Flackmaster. You are a wealth of knowledge. On the 1936's I am not up on as much as the 1937"s and my 1936 is not in my stable yet to look at. Thanks again Don

Posted on: 6/28 5:30:01
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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1936 Sill Plates
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General Question. My 1936 120B Convertible Sedan is in another state and I don't know if the sill plates are the same as on a 1937 120C I know that the 1935 120A's are different. I have some extra sill plates that I got from Klein for my 37 120 Sport Coupe which I have sold recently that I am going to sell. And I wanted to get the years used correct. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 6/27 10:46:12
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: Don's 1937 1090 138CD Limo
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It has been a long time since I have posted on this Blog. I finally got my Limo back from the painter. It has been 1,178 days. I will never have a car painted by a business. That is waiting for it 5% of my entire life. I will learn how to paint myself for my other cars. Here are a few pictures of it. It cost 10k for the job.

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Posted on: 4/19 15:20:23
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: 1937 120C Fuel Tank
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Here is one of 1937 120C tanks on the left. The filler goes thru the left rear fender. The Fuel sending Unit is in the right hand pocket on the tanks top. The tank on the right is off a 1936 120B. The filler goes thru the left rear quarter panel. and the FSU in on the extreme right of the picture thru thru the front of the tank. I wanted to use a 37 in my 36 120B convertible sedan but it was not really feasible to to so. So I had the original tank reworked. (not the one in this photo.)

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Posted on: 2019/2/24 14:39
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: 120 Comparison?
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As you can see by my icon I am slanted towards the 35-37 Juniors. My reasons being that each of those years are unique.

1935 120A Suicide front doors, Old style bumpers, Stylish dash (black), Non-wood-grained

1936 120B bumpers same as 37, Old style dash (brown) Non- wood-grained what I call a bustle back trunk. except for the slantback trunk, which was offered I believe all three years although rarer.

1937 120C Packards most sales year, parts are plentiful. Wood grained dash.Taller windshield for better visibility. more modern trunk. I do like the 120's over the 115 because of the better looking dash in the 120.

1938 Dash non wood-grained of which customers made them return to a wood-grained dash in 39. The dash too me has fairly lackluster looks. Split windshield, I prefer a solid glass. also the 1938 is the First year all steel body with fit issues.

The 35-37 cars did not have any wood in the doors. But did partially in the floors floors, the inner side panels had a little and also in the roof structure had to me the most.

The prettiest sedan body style to be is the Club Sedan but I have only owned 1, that of a 1935.

I have owned cars each of the four years above mentioned but 1937 has been my favorite as I have owned maybe 30 of over the last 40 years, but just 2 now.

Posted on: 2018/11/10 18:21
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: Hand Brake - Part missing????
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Here are some photos I took when I had the springs made. It shows the assembly from a 1937 120C.

Don

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Posted on: 2018/10/28 15:52
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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Re: Hand Brake - Part missing????
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Hello I have reproduced the small spring for the parking brake assembly for my 1935 to 1937 Juniors I own. here is a picture of one of them. I had them leave the two ends long to make it easier to assemble. I have about 100 of these. Message me if you would like one or more of them. asking $5.00 each plus $1 shipping

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Posted on: 2018/10/28 15:45
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1937 120's Are what we like best. But we also like all other Packards too.

Don 37's cars

1936 997 Convertible Sedan
1937 1095 Sport Coupe (Sold June 2020)
1937 138CD 1090 Limo
Other Make Cars
1958 and 1959 Borgward Isabella's
1967 Rambler Rebel Convertible
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