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Re: Fifth Series Six loose tie rod ends.....solution????
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Thanks for looking....

Bob

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Fifth Series Six loose tie rod ends.....solution????
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Our Fifth Series Six has loose tie rod ends and tends to wander and dart when it hits a seam in the road.
Before I dismantle it,I would like to know if there is a ready solution.
Is there a supplier?
Is there a rebuilder with expertise?

Certainly this bridge has been crossed many times to same me the effort of 'recreating the wheel'.....

Also....does anyone have an old Hollander's Interchange Manual which might cross reference the application?

Your thoughts??????

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Re: Are these Packard parts?
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WOW! Guscha,
Now I remember!
I pinched them from the booty bucket back years ago when I was doing an archeological dig in Vindolanda at Hadrian's Wall.

...Now to WHICH museum should I bequeath them for a big tax write off?!?!?

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Are these Packard parts?
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Trying to find homes for all the parts I have that I KNOW do not belong to our '37s...
The first is some kind of sheet metal shield and the second is a casting with no part number. It is about 25" x 1.75".

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Re: '38 Twelve1608 Glass
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Just gotta chime in on this topic...
I don't have any Packard documentation on the tint of the glass...all I can do is post a couple of pictures.

1. The glass in our original 1937 RHD Super Eight 1500 has a definite amber tint...

2. The back door glass from the 1937 1502 limousine parts car has a definite green tint.

Maybe there is a glass expert out there who can comment.

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Re: 1939 super 8 exhaust manifold
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I understand the engine is similar/identical? to the '37-38.
My '37 parts book lists the
Exhaust Manifold Assembly as part # 219826.
I don't have a '39 parts book to verify it.

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Re: 1938 Super 8 1605 - adventures with a newbie
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Here are three pics I took of the water jacket plate on my 1937 Super Eight.

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For Sale: '48-49 4dr rt front trim....
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This trim is 39.75" long and is NOS.
Packard did not package trim very well back then. Certainly did not foresee usage 70 years into the future!
No dents...excellent codition.
Will be shipped in a section of PVC to protect it.
$25 + shipping from 77406.

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Posted on: 2019/11/2 18:47
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Re: 1938 Super 8 1605 - adventures with a newbie
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Kevinpackard....if your car has a green leather interior, it is the one restored by Jerry T. in Texas. I saw it at the Texas Packard Meet in Salado right after it was restored.

Posted on: 2019/10/18 17:53
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Re: Earl C. Anthony registry?????
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Here is a pic of the plate on the instrument panel just above the steering column.
I understand the KFI was his radio station.
The plate has great patina and certainly does not look like a reproduction.

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