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1950 striker plate
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Iím looking for a left side striker plate for 1050 convertible . Anyone have any leads?

Posted on: 5/9 13:44:10
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Re: 1950 striker plate
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Is there such a thing as a repair kit for the striker plates?

Posted on: 5/13 16:27:08
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Re: 1950 striker plate
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There is a repair kit for the wheel or latch side that shows up on ebay from time to time. Usually listed for a same era Mopar product since some of their brands used the same latch as Packard used on Clipper based cars thru 50. I don't recall ever seeing anything for the striker.

Perhaps someone can answer for sure but were not the strikers Packard used the same functionally with the exception being the convertibles and senior models were chromed and lesser models remained in ordinary metal.

Posted on: 5/13 17:28:21
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Re: 1950 striker plate
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HH56 wrote:
Perhaps someone can answer for sure but were not the strikers Packard used the same functionally with the exception being the convertibles and senior models were chromed and lesser models remained in ordinary metal.


The convertible strikers had a slightly greater slope on the upper surface to compensate for the longer and heavier door.

As with other models only the Custom 8 strikers were chromed, both for sedans and convertibles.

Posted on: 5/13 18:31:24
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Re: 1950 striker plate
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Thanks

Posted on: 5/20 16:02:58
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