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Re: Good ornament 22nd series
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The standard ornament on an Eight Deluxe was I believe the streamlined lump. The streamlined donut chaser and the cormorant were options. I'm not sure if the "Egyptian" came out before the 23rd series.

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Re: 1941 Packard 160 bonnet top center molding
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you do realize headlamp rings were offered both chromed and body color, right?

Posted on: 7/20 6:54
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Re: 22 series Custom tire size
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and 225 mm > 8.2 inches

Posted on: 7/19 11:05
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Re: 22nd Series Custom 8 890×15 tires
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I'm not optimistic. The rear tires on 22nd series cars are a tight fit.

Posted on: 6/18 7:20
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Re: Various parts for sale
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I think you're right on what they fit. Factory ones curve and attach to the car on the ends. Aftermarket ones show a hinge on the end

Posted on: 6/8 7:12
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Re: Antenna delete plug
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I agree - it's a solution less extreme than filling the fender hole. It's what's done more recently when the antenna hole is stamped in the fender so they all have them

Posted on: 5/27 16:49
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Re: Antenna delete plug
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rubber plug (basically a grommet with no hole) from hardware store.

Posted on: 5/27 16:36
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Re: 1941 Touring Sedan Doors
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doors pictures

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Posted on: 5/20 16:57
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1941 Touring Sedan Doors
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Set of touring sedan doors. Should fit 110, 120, and 160-1903. Free to a good home, but you pick up in Grand Rapids, MI

Posted on: 5/20 16:55
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Re: 1942 Trunk paint, tar or?
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I've also heard it called "goat hair" but don't know if that is literally what it is. It is indeed very common to see Packard trunks over-finished compared to original.

Posted on: 5/16 7:26
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