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Re: My First Packard
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Andy Lewis
I was thinkin the same thing. I've got a little bit of work to do that won't require much cash so I'll be able to keep myself busy when I have the time.

Posted on: 2009/6/3 19:56
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Re: My First Packard
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Andy Lewis
I would like to make it original so I'll be looking for a motor and trans soon but right now I don't have the money for it. Thanks fern51 for the tail lights, they're perfect.

Posted on: 2009/6/3 19:32
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Re: My First Packard
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Andy Lewis
I'm not really sure what kind of transmission it used to have but I know it was an automatic. Also, I suppose I can still appreciate some of the cars from the sixties:) and as far as a physical description goes, I don't have any piercings or colored hair(except a few white ones that came in while I was trying to start figuring out Packard stuff for the first time). Thanks again guys.

Posted on: 2009/6/2 23:11
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Re: Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
Pair of door handles, they attach with screws into the back of them. Do these look familiar to anyone? All of the stuff shown in these pictures is in really good shape so I hate to throw it away but it doesn't belong to my car either. Thanks for any input guys, Andy

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 17:03
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Re: Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
These are stainless steel exterior trim, matching pair, they have clips on the back and the coffee can is there for a size reference, any ideas?

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:59
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Re: Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
These are some kind of interior window trim I'm guessing. Two of them match and have a little chrome piece attached to each of them. The black and red one is all one piece and has a hole for a window crank maybe?

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:57
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Re: Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
Are these for the hydraulic power windows I've read about? Any ideas?

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:53
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Re: Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
This was also in the trunk. Obviously it's a light bar, any ideas what it's for?

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:52
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Anyone Recognize These Parts?
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Andy Lewis
These parts came in the trunk of my Packard when I bought it. None of them belong to my car and I don't know what they're for. Can anyone identify these parts? The first picture is of a very heavy chrome trimmed side window, I have both of the windows and the regulators for them. The chrome is in great shape and it's molded around the glass, these things look and feel expensive. Any ideas what these are for?

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Posted on: 2009/5/8 16:49
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Re: My First Packard
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Andy Lewis
You guys are right, it may cost a lot for the clips but I need them to put the car back together(assuming I ever get it apart) and considering the trim is 99 percent good, the price of the clips doesn't seam that bad.

Posted on: 2009/5/2 3:06
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