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Re: 55 Caribbean
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This car was sold at a Barrett-Jackson auction in 2004 for $58,000. It had a stick/o-d at that time. It was sold in 2010 at a R&M auction (unknown price).

Aside from the non-original wire wheels, the engine is painted RED, so either it was mis-painted, or is a 1955 Clipper 320-cid block. Many incorrect decals, and in the wrong positions as well. And, the wrong exterior mirrors. I wonder if the seller will be noting that on their website...

Posted on: Yesterday 23:08
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FOR SALE - 1956 Packard & Clipper Data Book
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Original 1956 Packard & Clipper Data Book.

$150 plus $10 shipping via Post Office Priority in the USA. Payment by PayPal.

From the collection of Palma Motors in Paris, Illinois, Packard dealer from 1953 to 1956.

Rare original 1956 Packard & Clipper Dealer Data Book. Published originally for Packard salesmen, this is probably one of the best sources for information on 1956 Packards and Clippers.

The cover and the pages are in very good condition.

This Data Book provides information on Models, Features and Specifications for all 1956 Packard and Clipper Models.

Measures 5.5 x 7.125 inches. 146 pages.

The content sections are:
Packard
Clipper
Engine
Transmission
Suspension
Chassis
Body
Power Assists
Air Conditioning
Accessories
Specifications
Comparison
Index

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Posted on: Yesterday 12:45
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FOR SALE - 1954 Packard & Clipper Data Book
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Original 1954 Packard & Packard Clipper Data Book.

$100 plus $10 shipping via Post Office Priority in the USA. Payment by PayPal.

From the collection of Palma Motors in Paris, Illinois, Packard dealer from 1953 to 1956.

Rare original 1954 Packard & Packard Clipper Dealer Data Book. Published originally for Packard salesmen, this is probably one of the best sources for information on 1954 Packards.

The cover shows some wear and dirt, but the pages are in very good condition. The cover has some splitting due to age. Overall, the book is in very good condition.

This Data Book provides information on Models, Features and Specifications for all 1954 Packard and Packard Clipper Models.

Measures 5.5 x 8.0 inches. 162 pages.

The content sections are:
Packard
Clipper
Chassis
Engine
Body
Ultramatic
Transmission
Power Brakes
Power Steering
Power Seat
Air Conditioning
Radio-Heater
Accessories
Specifications
Index
Competitive

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Posted on: Yesterday 12:40
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Re: Auction: Royce G Kershaw Estate, Montgomery, AL, Weds. Feb. 21st, 2024
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That engine is 288-cid with a front motor mount, so it is from 1948 to 1950.

Posted on: 2/14 11:33
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Re: Photo of a Henney flower car from my collection
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Just to confirm, Melvin Siebart brought his Flower Car to the 1986 PAC National Meet in Pittsburgh, while George Hamlin brought his out to the 2015 Meet.

Posted on: 2/12 22:06
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Re: Photo of a Henney flower car from my collection
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Actually, George's Flower Car has both 22nd and 23rd Series trim, so that's not the car. George drove his 1947 Custom Super Clipper to the 1986 Meet. The car at the Pittsburgh National Meet belonged to Melvin Siebart.

Posted on: 2/12 16:11
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Re: Jean Marais' 1955 Caribbean and other French V8 Packards
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What happens in France, stays in France...

Posted on: 2/1 11:18
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Re: My Clipper has no identification plates ?? how do I identify the model??
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The first cars with the Briggs body plate would be the 1941 Clippers. As Packard built the bodies for the 1941 110s, 120s, 160s, and 180s, they would not have a Briggs plate.

Posted on: 1/19 11:52
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Re: Packard's 125th Anniversary Year
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The Pebble Beach Concours on August 18th will celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the first Packard, with a focus on the early cars and the 1930 Speedsters.

Posted on: 1/10 17:16
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Re: Did Packard make an airplane?
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Yes - Packard DID produce an entire airplane in late-1918, the LUSAC 11, powered by Packard's Liberty V-12. There's a photo of the production line at East Grand Blvd. on page 187 of the Automobile Quarterly "Packard, A History..." book. Only two completed planes were finished, with another 27 being built, when the war ended on November 11, 1918.

Posted on: 1/6 15:50
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