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Re: packards in tv and movies
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Appears to be a 1938 Packard 8 (120), note the 38 type sidemount fenders, and the metal wing on the hood ornament, as 39 was the first year for glass wing.....1938&39 120 used the same headlight.

Posted on: 2016/1/24 23:29
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Re: 1940 120 Distributor
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The only 1940 Packards with vacuum advance are the 160 & 180............

Posted on: 2015/12/28 2:04
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Re: Rich's 1941 110 Club Coupe
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And the oil filler tube is engine color.

Posted on: 2015/12/7 1:15
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Re: Rich's 1941 110 Club Coupe
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Rich..underhood,under fenders, and the inner fender panels are always black on all standard production 1941 Packards................

Posted on: 2015/12/7 1:13
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Re: running board rubber
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The running boards are the same for all 1938 6&8 1939 6&8 and 1940 110 & 120...............

Posted on: 2015/11/28 1:00
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Re: Filler Panel for 1941 Packard
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The front shield assembly(stone guard)was a mid year addition on all 1941 Packards. License bracket part #362111 used on all cars without the stone guard, and license bracket part # 373329 used on all cars with the stone guard.

Posted on: 2015/10/1 1:00
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Re: Gravel Shield Anti-Squeak Mute...what the heck is it?
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According to Packard Service Letter Vol.15 No.7 dated April 1,1941 all nineteenth Series cars have a front stone shield as std. equipment. The license bracket was also modified to clear the shield. All owners of cars produced prior to the shield becoming std. equipment can purchase a kit(price $3.75) for dealer installation.......

Posted on: 2015/4/14 1:07
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Re: Gravel Shield Anti-Squeak Mute...what the heck is it?
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They are for the front Shield that fits between the bumper and the front sheet metal. They slide over the outer bumper bracket and put tension on the bottom of the shield to prevent squeaks..............

Posted on: 2015/4/12 1:04
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Re: Gravel Shield Anti-Squeak Mute...what the heck is it?
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They area anti rattle snubbers that are used on the front stone shields. They fit on the outer bumper brackets one to a side........

Posted on: 2015/4/8 1:50
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Re: 1941 Packard 110 Trim Detail Questions
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Hood latch color........Over the past 65 years I have owned seven 1941 Packards that had orginal paint left in the grooves, and it was body color.You can also check the 1941 factory catalogs for the 110/120 and 160/180 which shows body color. On the 1941 110 the 110 numerals on the latch are always red....

Posted on: 2015/4/7 23:39
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