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Re: "Interesting" 1942 shown on AACA Website
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The 1942 160 is a model 2055 Business Limo.(body 1590) or a Business 7 pass.(model 1591). Packard reduced the price of the std. 160 Limo./7pass. by removing some of the senior content. These cars came with jr. grills, jr. 1941 tail lights,1941 jr.dash plastic, and push out vent windows.and some other minor changes..The price reduction was about $154.00..All 1942 jr. convertibles came with turn signals as std. equipment,thus the reason to use the 2 bulb sr. tail light.....

Posted on: 6/24 23:44:32
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Re: "Interesting" 1942 shown on AACA Website
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Darrin180,
for the explanation.

Posted on: 6/25 1:38:42
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Re: "Interesting" 1942 shown on AACA Website
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Darrin180 wrote:
The 1942 160 is a model 2055 Business Limo.(body 1590) or a Business 7 pass.(model 1591)...


Thanks for the information. That's what I like most about this website... the sharing of obscure knowledge.

Posted on: 6/25 6:31:22
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