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Re: BigKev's 1937 115-C Convertible Coupe
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My 41 has the Budd plate only on the front passenger door. This appears to have been the norm.

Posted on: 2/6 10:58
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Re: Question about a 48 Station Sedan at Barrett-Jackson
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Tim Cole wrote:
I'll add a few items in this tear down: Wrong color - looks like a Chrysler color. .
Agree - the Packard green is an
olive shade, not blue shade

Posted on: 2/3 11:58
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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The Washington DC 48 sedan looks to be an Eight (not Deluxe) based on no upper window stainless and no inserts in garnish moldings

Posted on: 2/2 13:49
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Re: Fuel pump rebuild kit for 1941 super 8
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I think Max Merritt carries them

Posted on: 2/2 11:36
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Re: HUBCAP
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Pour quelle annee/For what year?

Posted on: 2/2 11:08
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Re: Vacation Car - 56 Patrician
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Available widths look way too big

Posted on: 1/25 14:29
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Re: Vacation Car - 56 Patrician
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I must admit I had not heard of these wheels before. I was prepared to be appalled but they look better than expected. They might work. I would ask questions around the wheel offset. They will result in a harder ride because the sidewall of the tire will be stiffer.

Posted on: 1/25 14:28
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Re: BigKev
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The difference between 3/4 and 5 is not way of manufacture. Dot 5 is silicon, Dot 3/4 glycol. So they are very different chemistries. Lots of debate on this, I have not the experience to share, but there are threads on this. Brake light switch was an issue for some

Posted on: 1/14 12:50
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Re: A few listings from Facebook Marketplace
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"I took my awesome Packard to a Packard meet and got judged at 12 points - how can that be?"

Posted on: 1/14 9:02
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Re: 1949 Packard 288 Full Restoration Project in Florida
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Jim in Boone wrote:
>>> but believe it is a 1948 Series 22 produced in 1949.

Oval taillights, wouldn't this make it a 23rd Series? Later 49/50? Maybe just a typo in the post but might make a difference when searching for parts.


definitely 23rd series - there are other indications too.

If you like the engine/trans colors fine, but you do realize they are not stock, yes?

Posted on: 1/11 9:30
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