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Re: 1941 Clipper Identity
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Sales began in April 1941, so production would have started earlier.

Posted on: Yesterday 9:58
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Re: Where Was Packard Center Co. Dealership Located?
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The other sign is for General Insurance Co of America if someone out there knows the area they served.

Posted on: 2/26 11:25
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Re: 1955 Constellation / Tires
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I agree with Don. I find that people tend to err on the side of going too wide for the era.

Posted on: 2/25 5:51
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Re: Heater hose steel line
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Perhaps a digression, but the hard tube is deleted and the heater hose routed through clips on the inner fender on 4o-42 cars with AC to fit the compressor.

Posted on: 2/23 9:23
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Re: 1955 Constellation / Tires
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Looking to be educated - why the preference on profile - those two sizes differ in sidewall height by only about 1/8"

Posted on: 2/21 8:33
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minor model year info correction
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A wee correction to suggest in the 19th series Model Information section. The 1941 General Information says that the 1903 touring sedan was discontinued, but it is listed (correctly) as the 1472 style.

Posted on: 2/20 14:16
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Re: Heater hose steel line
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someone was reproducing the tubes. Ulrich?

Posted on: 2/18 7:51
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Re: question about modern paint match
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Plastikote 1534 Light Smoke Metallic is a very good match to this color on my car BUT it was painted once before I owned it so I cannot say how close to original this is

Posted on: 2/15 14:04
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Re: question about modern paint match
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If paint chips ever matched (not a sure thing)) they are unlikely to now. Old formulae are not terribly useful, unless a company has already done the pigment translations.

Posted on: 2/15 9:20
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Re: Dealer Name
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I think you've got it. The plate is not "ARY" it's "PRY" with some overstrike. look at the "A" later, it's pointed

Posted on: 2/14 4:18
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