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Re: 1936 120 question
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Sorry to bother you guys
Found it on Steele website
Thanks again
W

Posted on: 9/24 12:11:05
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1936 120 question
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I am restoring my 120
Is there a weather seal or rubber molding between the body and the trunk lid?
Thanks
Will

Posted on: 9/24 11:54:30
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Re: Cowl and grill shell lacing.
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Just bought lacing for my 36 120 Conv/Coupe form Max Merrell looks pretty good. They did not have the split rivets, found them on line

Posted on: 9/24 11:51:05
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Rumble seat armrest
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Anybody got a good pattern for the rumble seat armrests?

I have a 36 120 Conv/coupe and I don't know if it came with them, but I kinda of like the look, and there is a bit of leather left over from when the interior was done
Thanks again for your attention
W James

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Rivets
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HI
I am getting my 1936 120 conv/coupe painted and here is the question
We took the whelping that is between the hood and the body off. Did not want to paint the fire wall as the paint is good and I am not changing the color. It is attached with rivets.
1 Are these rivets something special or can I just use pop rivets?
2 If they are something special, got a source?

Thanks again
W James

Posted on: 7/14 11:37:09
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Re: Marker lights/ Turn Signals
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Thanks guy for all the help
W

Posted on: 7/6 4:52:12
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Re: Marker lights/ Turn Signals
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That were I am going to get them, they have the headlights and tail lights listed but no marker as there were no markers in 1936

Posted on: 6/30 12:44:38
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Marker lights/ Turn Signals
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Probably a stupid question
I am trying to buy rubber base gasket for the turn signal light that were add to my car. I have a 1936 Packard Conv/coupe and I know that they did not come with turn signal/ marker lights, they were added by a previous owner. I have attached a picture and I assume they were for a later model
Does anyone know what the later model would be so I can source so I can get the base gaskets

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jpg  36 Packard 120B pin strip.jpg (105.47 KB)
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Posted on: 6/30 11:21:31
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Re: Harbor Freight jack stands recall
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As my Papa would say
"You buy a quality item, at a greater price, you are only pissed off about it, once"

Posted on: 6/16 12:17:43
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Re: Paint Metal Flakes
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Thanks guys for the input, but here is the dilemma
I have to choose a paint for my car
the car is 1936 120B conv/coupe, it was a copy of Tuscan red and it will remain red because the wheels, fire wall, door jams are red, in good shape.
Trying to figure out whether to put flakes in the paint or not. I don't mind a little flashy but I don't want what looks like a Hot Rod. Car has white pinstriping

Any opinions?

Thanks in advance
W

Posted on: 6/11 10:26:40
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