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Re: Packard Hunting Spears ??
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To be honest, a flashlight alone just won't cut it these days. Case in point... When going directly to the factory to pick up spares one would be benefited in having a flashlight, let's face it those old incondecent lights aren't very efficient anymore. But things are rough at the sight of East Grand Blvd. and one would be well served to only visit with a Packard hunting spear. That said, I'd never recommend a nighttime visit to the factory with or without a Packard hunting spear. I should think someone on the site would buy and distribute them for a moderate margin of profit. It looks like a great opportunity!

Happy hunting!

Posted on: 2015/9/3 17:17
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Re: For Sale: 1937 115 Convertible Coupe. Great Original Car that is Ready to Use and Enjoy
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What a nice survivor. Thanks for posting. Best of luck!

Posted on: 2014/10/30 20:56
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Re: 1939 Super Eight engine and transmission for sale
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Hi boosquat, welcome to Packard Info. I'm sorry for the less than warm welcome from some here, let me personally welcome you to the site and thank you for taking the effort to offer your power plant for sale. As a former owner of a '39 Super 8, I'm personally familiar with the vehicle and engine. Parts are scarce, to some degree, one year only in this case, and needed by others who tour and use in their as manufactured form.

I hope this works out for you, and whoever is in need of this.

Don't be a stranger here, we have a modified forum and would be glad if you shared, or started a blog of your own. Best of luck!

Posted on: 2014/9/25 22:32
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Re: Packard documentary
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I'd not see this, it was a real treat! Thanks so much for posting!

Posted on: 2014/9/21 12:41
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Re: Hemmings Classic Car
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This issue was a treat, my '60 Edsel and friend Bob's were the featured cars. The Packard article was a great bonus!

Posted on: 2014/6/5 23:39
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Re: Tinpan's 39 Super Eight
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Just a friendly piece of advice, '39 & '40 non-side mount fenders are different believe it or not.

Very neat project! Once sorted, I enjoyed mine very much and is still serving the new owner faithfully.

Posted on: 2014/4/30 22:22
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Re: 1940 Super 8 160 Model 1803 Project
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Hi West, no the luggage rack clears I'm just dragging my feet fitting everything up and finishing that project. I've been dividing my attention between various antique car and motorcycle projects lately.

Posted on: 2014/3/21 23:53
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Re: 1940 Super 8 160 Model 1803 Project
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I just know Peter Packard would approve of this effort!

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Posted on: 2014/3/21 0:30
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Re: 1940 Super 8 160 Model 1803 Project
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Been a very long while since posting here. Back in Feburaury I fabed up a reciver hitch and slide in slug as well as wired for flat four connection and towed my 1940 Aluminum Tralier Corporation teardrop to a show in historic phoenix. People On the interstate were very surprised to see such a site motoring on a modern interstate at 75. 3.90:1 in high gear overdrive is effortless even towing the trailer. What a ride 160hp must have been in 1940!

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Posted on: 2014/3/21 0:20
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Re: 1940 overdrive?
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If you'd like to take a look Jack, my project blog has a very detailed account of installing R-11 in my '40 160. All I can say is its magnificent! Very worth the effort if you enjoy living in the 75 mph world of the western US. Go for it!

Posted on: 2014/3/20 23:51
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