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More stuff to sell
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David Grubbs
Forgot to include -
I have one perfect 51 200 series front turn signal lens for sale for $15.

And a good glass lens for a 40 Junior (I think) clock. This is the convex one with the numbers silkscreened on the face. If anyone is interested, I go out to the garage and shoot a photo of it. $30.
Thanks

Posted on: 2018/4/29 15:39
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Re: Misc 39 120 and 51-54 200 parts
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Dave - would you send me your shipping address? Also, if you still have your UPS or FedEx account, you could save on the shipping.
Thanks
David

Posted on: 2018/4/29 15:34
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Misc 39 120 and 51-54 200 parts
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Doing Spring cleaning - have several Packard items I'd forgotten about.

For a 51-54
288/327 water distribution tube, in very good used condition - $85
288 harmonic balancer - $20
timing gear cover - $15
4 blade fan - $15
one set valve covers, clean - $25
Two speedometers, clean, but not tested. One in factory box $20 for the pair Sold

For a 39-40 Junior
two rear taillight housings, one glass lens and one bulb holder - $35 Sold
one under dash light lens and clip - free with any order
throttle knob and cable, some pitting
- $15 Sold

Not sure category
Autolite MAW 4024 starter, with push button solenoid, converted to 12 volt, tested and in good condition - $60
Red inter plastic lens for a rear taillight on a Senior car - $5

Shipping for these will be at my cost UPS, from Billings MT. Help me out guys!

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Posted on: 2018/4/29 11:16
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woodgraining for a 1928 6
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HI - I'm working on woodgraining the upper dash and window frames for my friends 1928 - here's a link to a photo of what the car looked like several years ago.
http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... hoto.php?lid=11625&cid=32
The engine is now rebuilt, as is the chassis and the body is being prepared for painting this spring. He's asked me to do the graining using my GrainIt kit. My guess is that the window frames would be a straight grain, probably a medium oak color and the upper dash either a straight grain or burl elm, like Packard used in the late 30's cars. The car will be a dark green with black fenders. Any suggestions and/or photos?
thanks

David Grubbs

Posted on: 2018/2/16 19:34
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39 clock face and 41/42 Clipper clock for sale
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Hi, since I've sold the 39 120, I've found a few items in the garage I had forgotten about. I have a very nice glass face with the numbers printed on it - it is for a 39 120; I don't know if it also is appropriate for the Senior series. The notch in the glass is for the winding screw.

The clock is very clean, with all the wires. I don't know if it works or not - never tried it out. The only thing wrong with it is that it is missing the adjustment knob. The clock movement is free and turns easily. It is for the Clipper series.

I'd like $35 plus shipping at cost for the 39 clock face and $50 for the Clipper clock. You can pm me for more details.

thanks
David Grubbs

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Posted on: 2017/7/10 21:27
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1955 Hudson Hornet w/ Packard V8 for sale in Billings
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David Grubbs
The annual Roaring 20's auction will be held this Saturday, June 3rd in Billings MT. One of the cars up for sale is a 1955 Hudson Hornet with the Packard 320 ci engine, and probably an Ultramatic transmission. I have no idea on the reserve, but the car is a lovely pink and white (and probably gray) color scheme, so I'm sure that it won't bring as much money as the 64 Corvette also up for sale. The car is supposedly running, but I haven't seen it yet. Check in starts tomorrow, and I will be helping with that. So if anyone is interested in it as a Hudson, or a possible donor car, let me know. You can pm me for more info tomorrow evening. The auction accepts phone bids if anyone is interested. The website has a photo of it.
thanks.

http://www.roaring20sautoclub.com/images/55Hudson.jpg

Posted on: 2017/6/1 17:58
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Re: 1939 Six sedan at Salt Lake Auction
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thanks - did you notice in the photos of the engine that some of them show the engine looking tired and dirty, and other with it newly green with black manifolds (less carb) and new wiring? The guy also has a 64 Chevy Impala w/ a 409 for sale and it will be in the same auction.

Posted on: 2017/3/3 21:48
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1939 Six sedan at Salt Lake Auction
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David Grubbs
Hi guys - I got a call from a friend of mine who is an auctioneer. He has a 39 110 2 door sedan in an upcoming auction, and asked me some general Packard questions. The car is originally from Texas and has Texas plates. Any of you Texas Packard guys recognize the car? It's car #57 in the auction.

https://www.classiccarauction.us/car/?id=583

He also has a 38 120 sedan that is a nice looking car.

My Packards are gone, but I still have a soft spot for them!

Posted on: 2017/3/2 22:10
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Re: 1939 Ignition switch removal
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My 39 120 had a similar switch pictured in the above post - it was fairly easy to put back in as long as you remove the front seat cushion and lay on the floor/seats. And can hold a flashlight in your teeth.....

Posted on: 2016/12/6 20:49
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Re: 1930 boat tail speedster from a rough starting point
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Some wonderful workmanship going on here! I'm envious.

Posted on: 2016/12/6 11:01
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