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Re: ISO 1937 120-c transmission
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I shipped a complete grill with greyhound.

Posted on: 11/26 13:41:55
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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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Its definitely a 1937 V12! The picture looks familiar I think it has been discussed here before on the forum.

Posted on: 11/18 21:13:10
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Re: 1930 Packard owned by Earle Anthony Radio Station
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That car was for sale a few years ago around Sacramento if memory serves me right together with some other Packards and other cars. I think it was an estate cleanup and I'm pretty sure it got discussed quiet extensively here in the "CL listings".

Posted on: 11/18 6:41:34
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Re: The latest not so good news 1936 Packard pan removal
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Its probably a good idea to remove the radiator and check your water distribution tube as well, while you have stuff pulled apart.

Posted on: 11/18 6:35:22
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Re: Thanksgiving Masthead!
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I'm glad I dont have to eat that turkey, seems like it's on a diet 🦃😄

Posted on: 11/2 5:54:43
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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1927 4-26 sedan. Looks like the same car Tom LaFerriere had for sale a while ago.
https://providence.craigslist.org/cto/ ... 7-packard/7212039016.html

Posted on: 10/25 19:28:15
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Jim, that looks so clean without the sidemounts. You got a very nice car! What kind of overdrive do you have on yours?

Posted on: 10/24 19:03:05
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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I'm sure you're right, West. I can hardly tell the difference between junior & senior car from 1940 on. Which was probably the same for people back in the 40's; the line between the junior & senior Packards faded away.

Posted on: 10/22 9:27:00
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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This poor Packard got "updated". I hope it wasnt an original convertible or town car.

https://easttexas.craigslist.org/cto/d ... limousine/7217940751.html

Posted on: 10/22 5:19:49
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Re: Packard fender identification
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Maybe it's the light, but it looks like they're not identical on the backside?

Posted on: 10/21 16:10:11
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