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Re: Quick Tool Survey for all 1940 Packards
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The 351257 was a 1940 only bumper jack.It came with the 110's and 120's. The 1941 Packards came with the hub which included the jack stands. Two different stands were used. One for the Junior cars and another for the Seniors. The 41 & 42 Clippers came with rim jack and included the junior jack stand.

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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Gary... The 23 series jack is completely different then a 56 jack. The 48 thru 50 Jack's are the hardest to come by of the post war bumper jacks. I have seen a restored set go on Ebay for $1500. If you are lucky you might get a complete restored set for under $500.

Posted on: 12/4 19:58:43
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Will check, PM Me

Posted on: 2019/9/27 19:23
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Re: bumper jack
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Dan
PM about the bumper jack for your 49
Thanks, Don

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Re: bumper jack
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The hooks on the 51 thru 54 are not detachable. Only the 55 and 56 were.
Also Packard used two different jacks in 51 thru 54. The one pictured in the comments above and a heavier one made by Walker for some of the senior cars.

Posted on: 2018/6/27 19:12
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Re: bumper jack
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The jack boxes are no longer produced by me. The die was over 600 dollars to have made. Didn't have a place to keep it. The boxes are identical to the original Packard ones. For years 48 thru 56. I still have some from the last run I had the factory due. Still
$25 and I can bring them along to the National Meet next week in Columbus if anyone should want one. Also have the jack decals for the 46 thru 56 Packards. Will be selling out of the jacks I bought to produce the Packard Jack and Tool book. PM me if you have any interest.. Thanks.

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Re: bumper jack
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I am away from home. Will check to see if I have the bumper jack you need when I get back.PM in a week so i don't forget.I am clearing out my collection of Packard jacks. Thanks

Posted on: 2018/6/23 18:33
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All Packard Indoor Parts Meet
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All Packard Indoor Parts Meet is in Frederick Md. this weekend, Friday the 12th and Saturday the 13th. Lots of parts
and a few nice Packards for Sale. Car show both days.

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Re: 1936 120 Tool Kit
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All the above are true. But as I stated in the above reply you could get a full set of tools when you picked up your new Packard. There was about a dozen or more tools in the big set plus grease gun and tire pump available from the dealer.

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Re: 1936 120 Tool Kit
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Will

The basic tools that came with the 1936 120's was the hammer, screwdriver, pliers and the 9" adjustable wrench. These were in a pouch and were in the trunk with the jack etc. The pouch was reproduced but are no longer available. You could get a full set of tools from the dealer when you picked up you new Packard. These are listed in the parts list. I collected Packard Tools and Jacks for 25 years and have been clearing them out. Will try to attach a picture of the 36 tools .

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