Posted by Joe Santana On 2022/8/7 12:14:21

Matthew,

It looks rough, but take it to a radiator shop and ask for an estimate to repair. If it’s really bad, they may laugh.

The new ones are expensive, but I bought one recently for my ‘40 (pix at The Duchess Project on this site) and they are well made.

moparpro.com makes 2 different tanks for 1949 Packards. You may have to contact them to find out how many gallons the capacity is for each to get the right one. They have 2 different part numbers, but I’m not sure if they are Packard numbers.

You can find the correct number on this site in the literature section, Parts Book for 1949.

I’ve had my Packard since I was 16.

It looks rough, but take it to a radiator shop and ask for an estimate to repair. If it’s really bad, they may laugh.

The new ones are expensive, but I bought one recently for my ‘40 (pix at The Duchess Project on this site) and they are well made.

moparpro.com makes 2 different tanks for 1949 Packards. You may have to contact them to find out how many gallons the capacity is for each to get the right one. They have 2 different part numbers, but I’m not sure if they are Packard numbers.

You can find the correct number on this site in the literature section, Parts Book for 1949.

I’ve had my Packard since I was 16.

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