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Re: Various CL Pickings
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why do people do upholstery jobs like this?

Posted on: 2/8 18:37
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Re: Bearing Strip
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Teflon is actually pretty weak as a bearing surface. High density polyethylene would likely work and has a pretty low coefficient of friction

Posted on: 2/5 9:30
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Re: ‘39 Coupe realistic restoration
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I'm not so negative as the others. This appears to be a 120, junior eight cylinder. Take a good inventory on how complete the car is. Are all the body panels there, rust addressed, and in primer? Is the major trim and interior parts there? Plating has become very expensive. You are not going to get rich, as others have said, but it's a fine looking car - does it turn your crank?

Posted on: 2/5 9:26
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Re: Junior/senior
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Welcome! The 200 series is considered a junior line. I'm sure you'll get a message encouraging you to register it here to add to the data on surviving Packards.

Posted on: 2/3 6:22
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Re: 1947 Packard For Sale on Hemmings
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pretty interior but not the Custom Eight interior

Posted on: 1/16 6:56
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41 - 42 sedan doors
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Four doors to 41-2 conventional-bodied touring sedan (not Clipper). Should fit 110, 120 and 127" wb 160 (1903/2003). Rusty bottoms.
Free to a good home with a donation to this site. Pick up in Grand Rapids, MI (2 hrs from Detroit, 3 hrs from Chicago)
Send a PM if interested

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Posted on: 12/28 14:23
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Re: 1947 Packard For Sale on Hemmings
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I think the interior colors were red, blue, tan, and green. I've never seen a green one. The contrasting piping effect gets muted in the tan.

Posted on: 12/7 14:40
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Re: 1948-49 front bumper
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The first photo in the thread shows the "open mouth" 22nd series design, in the second version where the end connectors are chrome instead of painted. The center section between the bumper guards is open.

I think it's interesting how the design evolved to a heavier and heavier look. I think the original two horizontal , body color connector look is the cleanest and ties in best with the side moldings.

Posted on: 12/5 10:47
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Re: Great Uncle Larry's 1955 Caribbean 5588 MDF 92
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"Classic" and "Full Classic" have a narrow meaning - not trying to reopen that can of worms, but you can check the Classic Car Club of America. Cars are older, mostly pre-war.

Posted on: 12/2 19:17
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Re: replacement wheel for 41 120
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I think 41 120 wheels are 15 x 5, yes? Not sure about Clipper wheels but 22nd-23rd are 15 x 5.5."

Posted on: 12/2 19:12
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