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Packard Annual Reports for sale
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Original Annual Reports – 1937; 1939; 1942; 1946; 1948; 1949; 1951; 1952; 1955; 1956; 1957. Very good to excellent condition. $15. each postpaid within USA.
Xerox copies – 1924; 1928; 1929; 1930; 1931; 1932; 1933; 1934; 1935; 1938; 1940; 1941; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1947. Good condition. $10. each postpaid within USA.
Checks to: Stuart R. Blond, 84 Hoy Avenue, Fords, NJ 08863. <stuartrblond@earthlink.net>

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Re: Packard Clipper Convertible
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The 356-cid 9-main engine was available in the 20th Series (1942) Clipper Super-8 One-Sixty and the Custom Super-8 One-Eighty, as well as all 21st Series Super Eights and Custom Super Eights.

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Re: Nuts
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Kanter Auto has the plain nuts (3/8" x 24 thread) and 3/8" palnuts. The nuts #338631 are $5 each. The palnuts are $1.20 each. The 8-cylinder set (16 nuts and 16 palnuts) is $50.

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Re: Bezel for Emblem On Grill Needed
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Kanter Auto has a really good bezel at $80.

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Re: Earl C. Anthony registry?????
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KECA, Anthony's "other" radio station in Los Angeles, was sold to what later became the ABC Network (American Broadcasting Company), when the FCC ordered NBC to split their NBC-Blue and NBC-Red stations in the 1940s. (KECA is now the radio station KABC.) So, the later ECA dash board plates would mention only KFI.

ECA, Inc. in Los Angeles took on Ford's M-E-L lineup in 1958 (Mercury, Edsel and Lincoln). By the time the dealership, located at 10th and Hope, closed in 1962 only Lincolns and Mercurys were being sold. Up in San Francisco, the Chrysler lineup was being sold into the 1960s. Around 1975, it became British Motors.

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Re: 1953 factory A/C
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According to Robert J. Neal's book "Packard, 1951 to 1954" (pages 107-108) 250 units were installed in 1953 models, and 250 in 1954 models.

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Re: 2019 Packard National Meet
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As at past PAC National Meets, there should not be a fee to visit (and buy) at the indoor swap meet. The Packards will be in the hotel's parking lot.

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Re: Hattie McDaniel with her Packard
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1936 120, based on the bumper guards.

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Art James - RIP
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Below please find the obituary for Art James, who died on June 17, 2019.

For The Packard Club, Art was Chairman of the Roster Keepers Committee from 1993-2002, when he became Chairman Emeritus. Art collected data on the 1938 Super Eights. In addition, Art was the general chairman of “The Magnum Opus,” at the 1999 Packard Centennial Celebration in Warren, Ohio.

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thes ... s&pid=193273126&fhid=3173

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Re: Engineering number
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I never heard of an "engineering number." You should tell the BMV that the numbers DO match (the door tag and the engine numbers). Maybe the "22" was a typo way back when...

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