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Re: Needed: front brake drums 1947 Clipper and one wheel
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I have an extra wheel, measure the center hole and let me know what it is. I carried this around in my 42'120 convertible for 25 years and then I found out it would not fit . and I have been told it fits Clipper series cars. I may have to find a couple of the clips as I removed the ones that were not rivited on


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Posted on: 4/7 13:03
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Re: Parts for sale
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It’s a 1942 senior series. You can tell it’s a 42 by the front side grills and it’s a senior series by the hood side latches

Posted on: 1/15 17:40
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Re: Headlight buckets for a 1941
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Sent you a message

Posted on: 2021/10/12 10:40
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Radio antenna location on a 41 or 42
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As I do the body work on my 1942 120 convertible I am ready to weld up the old double antenna mounting holes and re-drill for the correct antenna.

Looking for the measurements from the belt line molding down to where the antenna should mount

Attached is a picture of the existing antenna

Any insight or pictures would be helpful

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Posted on: 2021/10/4 10:53
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Re: 1941 1942 Packard 110-120 plastic dash pieces
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Pm sent

Posted on: 2021/9/16 20:41
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Re: Running 288 and transmission - 1948
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Here are some pictures of the transmission
It all came out of a 42 but I do not think either of them were original to the car

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Posted on: 2021/8/15 14:11
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Re: Running 288 and transmission - 1948
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Engine is sold, transmission still available

Posted on: 2021/8/15 9:43
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Re: Running 288 and transmission - 1948
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Thanks, Jerry

Posted on: 2021/8/5 12:43
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Re: Car Titles, engine numbers and vin #'s
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I spent yesterday morning at the State Patrol vin inspection station.
They decided to use both the vin plate number and the anti theft number on the firewall

The reasoning behind the decision was the Vin plate tells what the car is but it’s held on with 4 screws. The anti theft number is permanent.
By using both they felt it was a way to tie the vin to the body that it was attached to.
They removed the engine number from the state records and said to get a notarized bill of sale for both the buyer and myself when I sell the old motor. That way they won’t have any issues when they reregister their car with that engine number

Posted on: 2021/6/2 10:09
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Re: Painting your cars hidden areas
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Great information - that helps a lot

It also validates what I am finding.
A red oxide color of primer under the cowl pads and it explains the black I am finding in some areas under the paint

Posted on: 2021/5/26 12:26
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