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Re: 1941 Packard 110 Trim Detail Questions
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Grills Body color.....Hood latch assy. Body color....Bumper script black...

Posted on: 2015/4/7 1:42
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Re: 1940 Darrin convertible sedan
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Possibly a car put together from parts left over after "Packards-Re-In-Car-Nation" closed its doors some time in the late 80s or early 90s. I heard that the left over parts (cast al. cowls, windshields, etc.) ended up in the southeast. Packards-Re-In-Car-Nation was a company founded by Vernon Peroit which "built copies" of 1940 Packard Darrin Victorias and convertible sedans in Washington State

Posted on: 2015/4/2 0:13
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Re: AC parts list
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The cooling switch part number 371435 is used on all 1941 and 1942 Clippers, when equipped with A/C, per "Packard Service Parts List for Air Conditioning Systems" dated September,1941.

Posted on: 2015/2/11 1:33
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Re: 41 120 Vent Window Rain Guards
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Vent window water deflectors are std. equipment on all 1938-1942 closed Packards,except station wagons. They are also used on Clippers,1941-1947 which had a different part#. Not sure if the 1938 super 8-12 or the 1939 12 used them.

Posted on: 2015/2/9 3:24
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Re: 1940 120 convertible dash board
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All 1940 production Packards Had woodgrained dash board and panels, except the 180 which plastic panels. This is all spelled out in the 1935 to 1941 parts book.......

Posted on: 2015/2/9 2:40
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Re: Thoughts on a 1940 160 coupe project ?
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Packard offered two firewall mounted heater/defroster units in 1940. The Super Deluxe part no. PA351502 price $21.95, and the Standard part no PA351503 price $18.75.........

Posted on: 2015/1/9 1:06
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Re: Frequent seems better
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Electric wipers were standard equipment 0n the following: 1940 110&120 one speed...1941 110&120&Clipper two speed....all 1942-46-47 two speed.

Posted on: 2014/12/29 1:38
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Re: Question about 1941 Packard Series
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Some info. on the difference between the 1941 110 Special and the 110 Deluxe. A 110 Deluxe is trimed like a 120 exterior and interior. When the 1941's were introduced to the dealers on sept. 16 1940, the 1941 Special was a stripped 110 Deluxe, no stainless trim on the fenders, no chrome trim around the windshield or back window,no horn ring etc...In Jan of 1941 Packard decided to add some of the trim found on the Deluxe to the Special. Stianless fender strips,windshield chrome trim,horn ring,and a Special script to the hood side panel. They also added a Deluxe script to the hood side panel of the Deluxe models...A 110 script was never used. This all covered by Service Trade Letter T3602 and Dealers Trade Letter 287.

Posted on: 2014/12/20 17:24
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Re: 1940 Packard 160 Inner Trim Rings
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All 1942 convertibles use tail light assy. 377530rh&377529lh which are senior 2 bulb lamps necessary to use with the now std. turn signals! The only 42 to come from the factory with the 41 type tail lights was the model 2055 a 160 148" 7 pass. or limo built for business use.they took out as much content as possible which lowered the price 154.00 a lot of money in 1941/42! Accidents were probably the reason for 1941 parts used on 42's,as 42 parts were hard to come by even back in the 50's.....

Posted on: 2014/12/20 16:51
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Re: 1940 Packard 160 Inner Trim Rings
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All 1942 Jr. convertibles use the Senior tail light,as this was the first year for built in turn signals,and the senior lites are a two bulb affair. Some 1942 120 convertibles use the sr. bumper,and i have never found a reason why! Probably to use up excess sr. stock! These are the only sr. parts that i know were used on the Jr. cars...

Posted on: 2014/12/20 0:42
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