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Re: 51 Trunk Handle Color
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Not black, the color of the emblem was used on the letters on the trunk handle.

Posted on: 2019/8/4 14:17
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Re: 48 Packard keys
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Motor City Packards has reproduced from the original Packard blueprints a leather key case. Check out the Packard Club website.

Posted on: 2019/7/8 4:34
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Re: Advice Wanted - Visit to Northern US
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The Packard Proving Grounds, north of Detroit. If you do go to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, give me a call I live 1 mile away.

Posted on: 2019/6/16 11:14
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Re: 1956 Carpet Question
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A lot of people sell carpet sets but Nealís is the carpet that is right for 1956. I bought enough carpet to do both my cars. My advice is to buy the carpet and have your upholstery shop sew and install it. You can get the correct heal pad from Steele Rubber.

Posted on: 2019/6/6 16:18
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Re: 1956 Carpet Question
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Check the Packard Club website. Neal Porter in Michigan had the 1956 carpet reproduced. A loop is NOT correct for 1956. I believe he is out of black but the colors he has can probably be dyed.

Posted on: 2019/6/5 16:46
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Re: Kanter's 1952 Packard Limo Restoration
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Great pics. Glad you are getting a little time for some progress.

Posted on: 2019/6/3 5:41
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Re: 1955 400 Hood Pad
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The one from Rock Auto looks a lot closer to the original.

Posted on: 2019/5/28 15:19
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Re: 1955 Air Cleaner Decals
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I had one of the 1956 Caribbeans with the robe rails on the seat back. We sold the car and the man who bought it had an accident towing it on the way home and the car was destroyed. I never thought to take a picture of it back then. It was all 1956 but had a late 55 Caribbean serial number. If I had only documented things back then. It also had a clear non tinted windshield I suspect for press photos.

Posted on: 2019/3/6 7:26
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Re: 55 Constellation Build
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A 1955 Constellation does not have rear doors.

Posted on: 2019/2/27 6:55
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Re: Packard Oil Filter Color and Judging Guidlines
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PI does not set up any more at Hershey.

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