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Re: Information required about 1940 Packard Rollson
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What information is desired, other than my "ship to" address.

Posted on: 2008/11/1 20:43
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Re: What are the major differences between 1939 Senior Packards and the 120?
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Off Topic Sidebar to Peter Packard since it seems he is still trolling for a V-12. 1) Anticipation is often greater than reality. 2) Possession is 9/10th of the law. (so maybe a 1/24th or 1/43rd would suffice?) And finally, 3) Beware of Packard Trucks in Disguise.
Sincerely, your devoted junior packard owner/friend.

Posted on: 2008/10/30 9:34
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Re: Eric's 1925 Packard Barchetta Speedster Project
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Eric - I can help solve the center steering bearing problem. DF

Posted on: 2008/10/26 23:37
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Re: Factory AC in 1940-42
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The 42-120 clipper is under restoration, having been rescued from indoor storage for years. I do not know the original color.

Posted on: 2008/10/16 20:31
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Re: Factory AC in 1940-42
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I know of a documented original 41-110 with factory air. PM me if you would like the owners name and contact. There is also an air conditioned 41-120 Coupe here in Dallas with a well known collector, who also has an original a/c 42-120 Clipper. Now THAT is rare. Point being, my personal observations conclude factory A/C fitted "junior" cars unquestionably were made, and still exist.

Posted on: 2008/10/16 15:17
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Re: Any weekend project plans?
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JD - should you need another NOS 373345 lifter seat, I have one in my "I don't need it drawer". It's an unusual part, but shouldn't be That hard to find...

Posted on: 2008/10/4 8:37
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Re: Good prices for clutch parts
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The differences in the Pressure Plates is the (oem) Ford specs were less than Packard, particularly on the 9.5" clutches. I learned from experience on that - weaker Ford PP didn't last a few hundred miles. NOS, NORS or New, the issue is specifications (and quality of course). Fort Wayne Clutch "speaks the language", as does most any Good clutch rebuilder in any (major) city. Personally, I keep an eye out for the 9 spring 9.5" version, that's the only one that is not always readily obtainable.

Posted on: 2008/10/1 0:04
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Re: Packard 120
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Last year I bought, and then sold, (3) 38-39 110/120 Coupes. Only good enough for, umm...creative projects, as they were NOT restorable as original. Too much rust and missing parts. As far as I know, the fellow I sold them to (up by Sherman) hasn't done a thing with them. I could put you in touch if you were "scrap hunting". Please contact me directly at flackmaster@sbcglobal.net as I do not want to be publicly associated with these cars.

Posted on: 2008/9/30 23:25
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Re: phil88m6's 1936 120B convertible
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Lovely project. For those interested, the engine picture illustrates one of the unique features of the 35-36 block, that being the location of the crankcase vent. Also, one very minor suggestion, I note you have a lovely painted transmission, ready to mount in your beautiful frame. Be advised there is an auxillary ground strap from transmission top cover to frame, where you will want to be sure you have good metal to metal contact. Other than that, carry on....

Posted on: 2008/9/15 22:32
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Re: Mal's '41 120 Coupe
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Mal - what was the cost of the temp sender repair, and can a complete new sending line be provided if one were to have a gauge with the line cutoff at the back of the gauge?

Posted on: 2008/8/26 21:42
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