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Re: 1941 Clipper hubcap question
#1
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Quite a regular


Thanks Don, that was my thought also

Posted on: 1/16 7:34
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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1941 Clipper hubcap question
#2
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Quite a regular


I've got a question on the correct hubcaps. I've seen 2 different styles on '41 Clippers. The first is 10" across and fits over the lug nuts. This is the one I see on the factory photographs and other 1941 models. I've also seen a much larger hubcap that covers most of the wheel and has a completely flat surface across the face of the cap. The owners of both styles say that their cap is correct. Was the larger hubcap 1) an option, 2) brought out later in the production run or 3) just a 1942 style ?

Posted on: 1/15 20:33
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 1953 Packard Patrician 327 9 main upgrades or engine swap?
#3
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Quite a regular


Just to throw a monkey wrench into the discussion. If for some reason you stay with a 6 volt system but want an alternator contact Don at gener-nators. He takes a stock generator and builds a custom alternator inside. They work great, solve all the problems of a generator not charging at idle and look completely stock

Posted on: 12/26 16:57
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 1953 Packard Patrician 327 9 main upgrades or engine swap?
#4
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Quite a regular


An original car can be driven reliably if in good shape. I drove my car (an unrestored 1954 Cavalier) with a 327 engine to the 2016 Nationals in Travese City with no issues. Each way was over 500 miles in 90+ degree heat. Drove home in ten hours including stops for fuel and food. Reliability should not be an excuse for swapping the engine, but good luck in what ever you decide.

Posted on: 12/24 17:48
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: The "After Eight" Roadster
#5
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Ross, can't believe the how different the car looks in just the last 24 hours. Really looks good!!! George

Posted on: 12/6 18:39
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 1950 Packard color
#6
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Quite a regular


JD, It's a factory color. You'll see it if you look at a 1950 paint chart. My friend I spoke of has a 1950 Super Eight with that color. His car is a survivor and has not been touched. It's my favorite color of that year.

Posted on: 2020/10/22 17:55
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 1950 Packard color
#7
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Quite a regular


I believe it's Argentine Grey Metallic--- my friend has the same color--not seen too often, but a nice color

Posted on: 2020/10/22 17:26
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 47 Front Fender Passenger Side Free
#8
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Quite a regular


Hi Wes, I have not forgotten but with this covid I can't get to you. I understand if some one else gets it

George

Posted on: 2020/9/8 17:20
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: 47 Custom Super Clipper touring for sale
#9
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Quite a regular


Hi Ross, Sorry I didn't get down to your garage last week. I could really use some front end sheet metal. I would take both front fenders and all inner liners and splash pans if you part out for my 1941. I still need to get my engine /tranny assembly down to you that I emailed you about a couple of months ago. I'll try by end of September. Thanks George

Posted on: 2020/8/30 4:38
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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Re: question on removal of interior molding on 1941 Clipper
#10
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Quite a regular


I'm not too worried about the headliner--it's going to be replaced. I think your suggestion that the rubber molding has stuck to it is probably correct. The side moldings were stuck pretty good without any rubber . I just wanted to make sure so that I didn't break the window because I missed something.

Posted on: 2020/6/14 16:41
1954 Cavalier (export model)
1953 Clipper Deluxe (sold)
1941 Clipper

George
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