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Re: KPack
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And my '49...

Edit: Doesn't the 'L' on the lever part number indicate 'Left'? Is that where it is?

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Posted on: 4/22 13:10
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Re: KPack
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This may be apples vs oranges, but here's what my '41 looked like:

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Posted on: 4/22 13:01
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Re: Recent additions to the Owner Registry
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See post #870

Posted on: 4/17 13:07
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Re: Looking for grille and front bumper for ‘49 deluxe
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As far as the central grill is concerned, you can use one from any 1948-1949 22nd Series Eight, Deluxe Eight, Super Eight or 1949-1950 23rd Series Eight, Deluxe Eight.
There are 5 grills available on eBay now starting at under $130.00 (missing emblem). The grills are fairly easy to come by. You can post a WTB notice here in the 'Packard Parts & Misc - For Sale, Wanted, Trade' forum.
The bumper needs further investigation. Packard switched from the open (split) front bumper to a solid 23rd Series style bumper during the 1949 22nd Series run. You will need to find out which your car needs. does the car still have the bumper and/or the attachments still in place?

Posted on: 4/17 7:29
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Re: Looking for grille and front bumper for ‘49 deluxe
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When discussing 1949 Packards, it helps if you know which Series the car is. Packard sold both 22nd Series and 23rd Series that were 1949 models. There could be a major difference in the front bumper and its attachment.

Posted on: 4/16 7:26
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Re: 1941 Radio poor condition value.?
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JD in KC
If it's for a non-Clipper Packard and says 'Packard' on it, it's definitely worth something depending on condition. Got a photo?

Posted on: 3/30 7:54
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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356 for sure. 9 mains, 4 bolt exhaust connection and location of distributor clinches it.

Posted on: 3/11 6:11
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Re: Door Panels
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I said that Packard dropped the CUSTOM Club Sedan with the 23rd Series.

Posted on: 3/6 20:44
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Re: Door Panels
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BigKev's idea is a good one. Do you have the stainless trim for the door panels? It would probably be helpful if you could identify the trim/pattern needed for your model, e.g., Standard Eight, Deluxe Eight, Super Eight or Super Deluxe Eight. Since Packard dropped the Custom Club Sedan with the 23rd Series, it can't be that.


Edit: bkazmer beat me to it.

Posted on: 3/4 8:54
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Re: Where Was Packard Center Co. Dealership Located?
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That sign is the home office of General Insurance Company of America. The home office was in Seattle. So...

Edit: I see Roger found it while I was posting.

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Posted on: 2/26 13:25
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