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Main :  1928 Six, Club Coupe

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1928 Six, Club Coupe
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SubmitterDavid GrubbsMore Photos from David Grubbs   Category1928   Last Update02/08/2012 23:09
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this is a photo of a car in Lewistown MT. I think that it is a 526-308 model. It is originally from California, and sold by the Earle C. Anthony dealership. It is presently in dry storage and the owner is starting restoration.

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Grubbs
Published: 02/09/2012 12:43  
Home away from home
Joined: 07/15/2009
From: Billings, MT, Yellowstone
Comments: 1512
 Re: 1928 Six, Club Coupe
I spoke with the owner of the car this morning. He thinks that the car is the 533 with the 133" wheelbase and is a 533-307. Any 26 six experts out there?
Grubbs
Published: 02/09/2012 17:26  
Home away from home
Joined: 07/15/2009
From: Billings, MT, Yellowstone
Comments: 1512
 Re: 1928 Six, Club Coupe
The owner just called - it is a 133" wheelbase, 533-307 model.
Grubbs
Published: 10/22/2018 15:35  
Home away from home
Joined: 07/15/2009
From: Billings, MT, Yellowstone
Comments: 1512
 Re: 1928 Six, Club Coupe
Kenny Haggerman is the owner of this car - the engine is presently being overhauled, and Kenny is getting the car ready for a body off paint job. In cleaning the engine compartment today, he found a small brass plaque stating that it is a 307 model. Anyone have any info on how many of these are left?

Also, Kenny is planning on being at the Salado TX Packards meet next spring, and will be bringing some extra parts for sale. He lives north of Billings MT.


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