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Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Hi,

I am wanting a bumper jack for my 1950 Packard. I need the jack and the handle. Please PM me if you have a functional one you are willing to sell.

Thanks!

Posted on: 9/26 11:45:09
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Will check, PM Me

Posted on: 9/27 19:23:27
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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If you don't find one I have an extra jr. and a sr., Let me know

Posted on: 9/29 20:22:22
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Yes still need a bumper jack,and the base, and the tire iron for a 56 Packard 400. Thanks Gary

Posted on: 10/16 11:43:52
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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No tire iron was supplied, you're probably thinking of the combo lug wrench and jack handle?

Posted on: 10/16 11:56:31
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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I have a complete set from a '55 available

Posted on: 10/24 10:15:42
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Great!! Is the jack set the same for a 1956 Packard?

What is the condition and price? Could you send me a picture?

Thanks Gary

Posted on: 12/4 11:17:23
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Gary... The 23 series jack is completely different then a 56 jack. The 48 thru 50 Jack's are the hardest to come by of the post war bumper jacks. I have seen a restored set go on Ebay for $1500. If you are lucky you might get a complete restored set for under $500.

Posted on: 12/4 19:58:43
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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I am confused by your post. You said you had a 1955 Packard jack correct. So the 55 is different from the 56 jack?

Please confirm. Thanks Gary

Posted on: 12/5 13:00:50
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Re: Wanted: Bumper Jack for 23rd series Packard
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Probably the confusion arises from straying off-topic and asking about 1955 and 1956 jacks in a thread inquiring about 23rd series jacks.

1955 and 1956 Packard jack equipment is the same.

Posted on: 12/5 13:20:08
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