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Re: Stalin
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While Stalin's Packard IS a 1937, the car pictured in the article is a 1939.

Posted on: 5/16 13:46
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Re: Photo: My Grandfather with James Nance & the Predictor
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Dealer Bill Rodekopf of Independence, Missouri with Nance. Many dealers attended a "pep talk" with Nance around February 1956 in Detroit, and had their photos taken with the Predictor.

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Posted on: 4/9 16:05
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Re: Wanted. 1956 Clipper horn emblem
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Check with Kanter Auto Products, as they may have NOS emblems.

Posted on: 3/25 0:51
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Re: 1947 Packard For Sale on Hemmings
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The ad is wrong - the car is NOT a 2126 (which is the long-wheelbase 7-passenger / limousine). The car is a 2106.

Posted on: 12/7 14:12
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Re: 1955 Clipper Custom - New Owner, New to Packards
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I do not know who the two people on the left are, but the other folks are Bee Hamlin (partially obscured), Dwight Heinmuller (owner of the car), George Hamlin (in glasses). James Nance, with Tom Dudgeon in the back seat (who accompanied Nance to Annapolis, and worked for him at the Central National Bank in Cleveland, and at his management consulting firm).

Posted on: 2020/11/27 15:20
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Re: Hemmings Article
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There is an article by Ed Ostrowski in "The Packard Cormorant" (3rd quarter 2020, #180), about what might have happened in 1955 if Packard never purchased Studebaker in 1954. Well worth reading.

Posted on: 2020/11/23 22:20
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Re: 1924 Headlight Lens
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Check with Kanter Auto Products in New Jersey, USA <www.kanter.com>. The two email addresses to check are <bill@kanter.com> and <cmarshal@kanter.com>

Posted on: 2020/11/11 16:56
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Re: 1955 Dealer Awards Info?
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Here is a 1955 plaque.

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Posted on: 2020/11/2 21:28
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Re: Packard Plant Listed For Sale
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It should be noted that the (former) plant for sale is north of E. Grand Blvd. The area south of EGB is owned by the City of Detroit.

Posted on: 2020/11/1 12:15
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Re: Under hood prop rod
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The 1953 and '54 Caribbeans had the prop rod as well. They were not needed on the 1956 Caribbeans, as those cars had the scoops stamped into the sheet metal, thus the '56 Caribbean hoods weighed the same as the other '56 hoods.

Posted on: 2020/10/21 10:40
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