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1938-D?
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2018/11/5 15:51
From New Holstein, WI
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A 1938 Packard with an obliterated id plate was sold to me as a 1601-D. It has all the makings of a Deluxe, banjo steering wheel, chrome wheel trim, deluxe heater, deluxe hood ornament. In the Packard Model info of this site, it states that it should have a 127” wheelbase. In the “Pre War Packard Stuff” book, again located on this site, it states that a 1601-D has a 134” wheel base. There are two different body styles listed 1172 and 1192 for the 1601 and the 1601-D. Does anyone know which is correct or for some reason are they both correct? The car I purchased has a 127” wheel base. When ordering parts, it would be nice to know.

Posted on: 7/19 15:17:45
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