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Packard v12
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Hi wondered if everyone has any information on this 1939 v12 formal Sadan Engine number b602343 colin

Posted on: 3/29 14:20:27
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Re: Packard v12
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Colin, the vehicle number would be more useful than the engine number.

Posted on: 3/29 14:38:03
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Re: Packard v12
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Hi plate not good photos attached colin

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Posted on: 3/30 0:29:42
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Re: Packard v12
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Are you saying the plate is destroyed or missing? If not, how about a photo of it, and what is the theft-proof number? That is the large 6-digit number embossed on the cowl.

Posted on: 3/30 6:20:00
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Re: Packard v12
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Almost looks like a decal on the cowl, that would make it a 1938.

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Re: Packard v12
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Yes becal on cowl yes makes it 1938 but engine number is 1939 car came to uk about 10 years ago

Posted on: 3/30 13:07:24
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Re: Packard v12
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And the theft-proof number is ............41XXXX?

Posted on: 3/30 14:05:09
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Re: Packard v12
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Hi theft proof number

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Posted on: 3/30 23:49:18
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Re: Packard v12
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Thanks for the number, and sorry but I have no record on that car. I can tell you that the number falls within a cluster of other Twelves and is fairly early within the model year production. Good luck with it!

Posted on: 3/31 5:32:14
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That theft number is just over 2000 numbers later than my 1608.

I assume it has a floor shift, not column?

Posted on: 3/31 12:38:00
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