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Re: 1941/42 junior jack tag
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Jerry
This is what I have found in the literature -

They made the convertibles in the 6 cylider, 8 cylinder, super 8 and Darrins in 42. The only other styles that used the the same body style were the rebodied and the comercial type cars.
I know Henny made hearses and other funeral cars in 42'.
All other styles in 42' were the Clipper styled cars

Posted on: 2012/2/19 23:39
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1941/42 junior jack tag
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Jerry
I am looking for an original tag if possible or a high resolution copy or a good picture of an original jack tag that came with the hub jacks for the 41/42 Packard juniors.

Any help would be appreciated
Thanks, Jerry

Posted on: 2012/2/19 15:27
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