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Re: part identification
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Lucas, Prince of Darkness........I heard them all yet I've ha a 1966 Aston, a 65 convertible and 67 coupe E-Type and a Sunbeam Alpine and never had a lick of trouble with the electrical systems - lucky I guess?

Posted on: 7/29 15:19:11
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Re: 1956 Packard Caribbean
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Absolutely beautiful Packard!!!

Steve

Posted on: 7/15 20:49:40
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Re: generator
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My 1939 Super Eight is pretty stock and it has thermostatic shutters, I'm pretty sure all Supers and V12's had them and also the 120's. Not sure of the Sixes though.

Steve

Posted on: 7/15 20:47:41
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Re: Packard pickup by Ross!
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Stunning, just stunning!

Posted on: 6/13 21:03:30
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Re: 28 526 5 passanger sedan
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Needs a bit o'work.

Posted on: 5/27 12:29:02
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Re: Stars & their Packards
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Looks like a '39 Super 8 to me. Well, I believe anyway.

Posted on: 4/13 8:59:25
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Re: "Custom" 1950 Packard
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I wonder how scrunched it is with the rear headroom?

Posted on: 1/2 14:49:41
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Re: "Custom" 1950 Packard
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At first glance it looked like a coupe, but it's a nicely done sedan. Too bad about not having a Packard engine though...................!

Posted on: 1/2 14:44:40
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Re: 52 Packard "inspired" by Pininfarina
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The Henry J / Allstates always looked stumpy to me. Much more balanced is the beautiful Bentley Continental and gorgeous PininFarina Packard.

Posted on: 12/31 11:11:16
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Re: '38 Twelve1608 Glass
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I believe that tint is due to the age of the glass and the UV rays of the Sun. Ever see 100 year old original headlights? They have a purple sheen to them, which is from the Sun (as I was told many years ago).

Posted on: 12/25 20:38:56
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