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Re: Wat
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r1lark
Love it Wat!! Fred made a great choice on this one, for sure. May the Fred-Force be with you.........

Posted on: 10/13 20:42
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Re: Wat
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Wat_Tyler wrote:
Home from points southwest. Scored a 2103/6 chassis and running gear and miscellaneous bits-n-pieces.

This gets me to 3 356 complete (mostly) engines, one block and crank, and one complete one coming next week. Plots-n-plans are brewing.



Sounds like Fred wants some version of a 16 cylinder Packard using two 356 engines.......712 cubic inches of Packard power! That Fred has you wrapped around her little paw!

Posted on: 10/10 19:32
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Found on Facebook, 1949 Packard long wheelbase, straight 8, in MO, $2500: 1949 Packard LWB

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Posted on: 10/3 17:17
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Wat_Tyler wrote:
I saw that one the other day and noticed that it's one of those ultra-desirable Barn Finds. And I noticed the premium for that tacked onto the price.


Now, if it were an Estate Find, maybe . . . .


:rolleyes:


Yeah, but estate finds are usually clean. Everyone knows that the barn dust/crap adds at least 150% to the value.

Posted on: 10/3 13:02
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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On Facebook, not mine -- 1950 Packard 2-door 8-cylinder in Hickory NC: '50 Packard 2-door

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Posted on: 10/2 16:23
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Re: Mike's 53 Caribbean
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Very very nice Mike! A big straight 8 with 3-speed/OD sounds like a great car.

Posted on: 9/28 17:15
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FOR SALE: 1958 Packard 4-Barrel Air Cleaner
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1958 Packard (58L) 4-barrel air cleaner, p/n 1545844, includes cover and special offset carb stud, also for 1958 Studebaker Commander (58B) and President (58H) with 4-barrel carb. Detailed pics here on my Google Photos: 1958 Packard 4-Barrel Air Cleaner
See pictures for condition. Hard to find one-year-only part. $95 plus shipping cost. Payment via PayPal or USPS Money Order. Please PM me thru this forum, or email: r1lark@aol.com (letter “r”, number “one”, lark)

Note, the second pic below shows a '58 Packard with this type of air cleaner, but that is not the air cleaner being sold here!

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Posted on: 9/28 17:00
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Re: In the interest of being fair
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Wat_Tyler wrote:
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r1lark wrote:
Fred says: "Wat, go get me that Clipper in Michigan, go get me that Clipper in Michigan......" LOL



You, sir, seem to be an especial sort of troublemaker.


That's what my wife tells me too, so it must be true!

Posted on: 9/19 8:18
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Re: In the interest of being fair
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Fred says: "Wat, go get me that Clipper in Michigan, go get me that Clipper in Michigan......" LOL

Posted on: 9/18 6:09
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Re: Wat
#10
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Wat_Tyler wrote:
Fred has no opposable thumbs, so she's sod-all help at turning wrenches. She is good company, present, pleasant, and positive.

And I suspect that she kills something every day, and as long as I am not it, all is well.

Yesterday's bring-back. Fred is oddly disinterested today.


Yet ANOTHER Clipper?? Wow! The price of these Clippers will be going way up folks, Wat and Fred have bought almost all of them.

Posted on: 9/12 15:13
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