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Re: Wheel Base
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On the 21st, 22nd, 23rd series it is in front of the cowl. The lwb 7 passenger and limo are another matter

Posted on: 2/2 1:43
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Re: My Clipper has no identification plates ?? how do I identify the model??
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I don’t see holes for a hood side script, and I don’t think for fender stainless either. That would make it the lowest trim 110, not very often seen

Posted on: 1/20 22:08
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Re: My Clipper has no identification plates ?? how do I identify the model??
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All the glass is flat except for the rear piece. It can be cut from laminated glass by any competent glass shop. I assume you have the front divider piecesm

The two tones were as the other poster described. Look at my icon for how they divide

Posted on: 1/20 21:44
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Re: My Clipper has no identification plates ?? how do I identify the model??
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It’s not that uncommon for the car (1941 110 model in this case) to be titled on the engine number.

Posted on: 1/19 8:00
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Re: Packard Mystery Part
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I don’t see any reason to believe this is Packard-related

Massey Ferguson made a model 1080. You might check that out

Posted on: 1/16 6:07
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Re: Packard doors for 1940 ,126 chasis 180
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It’s whether 41 and 40 interchange that I question. For the 41, touring sedan doors for 110, 120 and 1903 series 160 are the same. The 110 shorter wb is ahead of the cowl

Posted on: 1/13 7:45
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Re: Packards on www.bringatrailer.com
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I agree with you regarding vinyl for broadcloth, but flexible vinyl was invented in, I believe, 1928. It was in commercial use well before the mid fifties. Vinyl when leather was the original deserves a big demerit, but Packard was using it in some applications by the 22nd series if not sooner so beware of being too broad

Posted on: 12/24 15:17
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Re: Reproduction Sill Plates for 1937 120 Sedan
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Don is the man. They are beautiful, be patient with your order

Posted on: 12/22 8:08
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Re: 1941 Clipper paint
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I believe one of the few differences between the 46 and 47 was a different color break at the rear of sedans. One follows the curve under the rear window, leaving the deck lid lower color. The other has the deck lid top color.

Posted on: 12/12 11:54
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Re: Packard Plant
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Detroit’s government shenanigans ( not just talking Packard plant) go back a lot longer than Archer.

Posted on: 12/8 7:29
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