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Re: 1953 Packard 2662 For Sale
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No, don't need a pic of the ID plate, but thanks for the offer.

Do you have interior pics?

Posted on: 2019/10/10 15:48
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Re: 1953 Packard 2662 For Sale
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Really nice looking car. Is it originally a NC car?

Posted on: 2019/10/9 19:14
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Re: Saw this on Max Merritt
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Thanks for posting!

Interesting videos. But he sure does make me feel old - not understanding a point ignition system or a 6v positive ground electrical system.

Did notice he is from North Carolina, wonder what part?

Posted on: 2019/10/6 6:31
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Re: Packard (?) Hood Ornament ID Help Needed
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Thanks everyone for the info, and thanks Mal for the ebay links. I'll have to keep an eye on them to see if they sell.

Posted on: 2019/9/18 19:26
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Re: Packard (?) Hood Ornament ID Help Needed
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Thanks everyone for the info!

Mal, what would be a reasonable price for this ornament? I don't expect to have a '48-'50 Packard (but hope to have a '54 thru '56 ), so this might as well get into the hands of someone who can use it.

Posted on: 2019/9/17 20:13
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Packard (?) Hood Ornament ID Help Needed
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Hi folks, hope I'm putting this in the correct area. If not, hopefully BigKev/moderators will move it to the correct area.

Received this hood ornament in with some Studebaker parts. The guy I got these parts from said the hood ornament was from a Packard. I sure don't know, so decided to go to the experts.

The length is approximately 17-1/2", and the number cast into the bottom is 407593 7811.

Does anyone recognize this as Packard, and if so, what year(s) and model(s)?

And, if not Packard, does anyone recognize what it may have come from?

Thanks very much for any assistance!

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Posted on: 2019/9/17 16:12
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Re: clipper
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Hi Mike,

Looking forward to this blog, since I love the '55 Clippers. That looks like a really solid car.

If you get a chance, post some more pics of the car.

Paul

Posted on: 2019/9/17 5:35
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Re: Auction: '51 200, Beardsley, MN, August 10.2019
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Thanks Steve. I figured there was a good explanation.

I had heard the '51 thru '54 cars referred to as a "high pockets" design, but that to me always seemed somewhat derogatory. I like 'contour' much better.

Posted on: 2019/8/4 13:46
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Re: Auction: '51 200, Beardsley, MN, August 10.2019
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Here is a direct link:
https://www.vanderbrinkauctions.com/lot-item/101g-2/

The last picture shows what looks like an overdrive relay on the firewall, at least the type of OD relay used in Studebakers of this vintage.

Steve, help me out on something (I apologize for my lack of Packard knowledge).......you said: If you have a Contour that you'd prefer to change to manual shift, here's your parts car.

What is a "Contour"? A nickname for a certain style of Packard? Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2019/8/4 7:23
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Re: Craig Hendrickson passes
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Sorry to hear this. Even though I didn't know Craig personally, my involvement in Pontiac TransAms in the late seventies and early eighties made me very aware of him and H-O Racing Specialties.

I didn't know Craig was into Packards, that is so cool. Spent some time looking at his website; there is some great info here for Packard folks.

It will be a shame to see all this great info disappear.

Posted on: 2019/7/31 4:50
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