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733 Club Sedan
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I am thinking of adding a trunk to my '30 Packard. Can anyone tell me the dimensions of the Club Sedan trunk that fits on the platform between the rear fenders on a 733 ?
The fenders are off my car as it is being repainted. Can anyone tell me what the distance is between the rear fenders where the trunk sits?
Thanks

Posted on: 2011/1/8 16:32
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Re: 733 Club Sedan
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The Club Sedan trunk is unique, I recall that the forward side which faces the body is curved to match the contour of the body.

All other trunks have vertical sides.

Posted on: 2011/1/8 19:34
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Re: 733 Club Sedan
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The shape of the trunk that faces the body is similar to what is shown below, from a '33 1004 Club Sedan.

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Posted on: 2011/1/9 6:00
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Re: 733 Club Sedan
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Thank you for your replies.
I purchased a Club Sedan trunk earlier this week.
It's 18" --12"--42" with a curved back.
Not the figure of a girl I'd date, but it fits the car !

sydney

Posted on: 2011/1/14 23:03
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Re: 733 Club Sedan
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There is a 1930 trunk listed and shown on the East Grand Packards website. No other identifying info but there three good photographs of the trunk.


http://www.eastgrandpackards.com/forsaleorwanted.html

Hope this might work for you.

Posted on: 2011/1/15 14:04
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Re: 733 Club Sedan
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Thanks, Stephen.
I had a look at the trunk. It's a trunk for the luggage rack.
I have one very similar to that one.
Again, thanks for taking the time to respond.

sydney

Posted on: 2011/1/17 0:06
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