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Re: 55 series recommended windshield wiper motor replacement
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Thanks. I'll give the vacuum pump oil a try.

Posted on: 2021/10/27 18:16
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Re: 55 series recommended windshield wiper motor replacement
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You can lube the wipers and they will sometimes "recover", there are instructions here:

Winshield Wiper maintenance


These instructions mention the use of "Trico Zero-mix Oil." Does anyone know of a modern equivalent to that lubricant?

Posted on: 2021/10/27 16:47
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Re: 55 CLIPPER CONSTELLATION FOR SALE, ASKING $8,000 OR BEST OFFER
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Please check your email and/or PM inbox at your earliest convenience.

Thanks,
Scott G.

Posted on: 2021/8/31 14:42
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Re: Sold! 1947 Custom Super Touring Sedan - Ambitious project or parts
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Sold! She's on her way to Sweden.

Posted on: 2018/8/21 18:47
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Re: 1951 Packard 200 at auction -- August 4, 2018/Washington, IN
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My estimate of the eventual sale price was a bit low. Per the auctioneer, the car sold for $5000. Not bad for a green sedan.

I wonder how much, if any, the price would have changed if the car had been equipped with an Ultramatic.

Posted on: 2018/8/5 20:27
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Re: 1947 Custom Super Touring Sedan - Ambitious project or parts
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I've had some interest but nothing serious so far. The car is now on Craigslist in Cleveland as I want to move this car before the snow flies! Don't be shy...make me an offer I can't refuse.

Posted on: 2018/7/29 14:55
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Re: 1951 Packard 200 at auction -- August 4, 2018/Washington, IN
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Although it looks to be in decent shape, it's drab exterior color and a depressingly dull interior (what was Packard thinking?) will likely kill most interest. Add in the fact that it's a low-trim four door sedan and I bet you it sells for less than $4K unless there's a reserve attached.

Posted on: 2018/7/26 13:56
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1951 Packard 200 at auction -- August 4, 2018/Washington, IN
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Graber Auctions
1382 S. State Road 257
Washington, IN 47501
August 4, 2018 at 8:30AM

The ad says it's a 1951 400 but it's obviously a 200 Touring Sedan. It does have the 3spd/OD combo that many seem to covet.

Here's the description from the auctioneer:
"Power Steering, Power Brakes, 3 sp & over drive. car cover in trunk, Run & Drives great! Newport Hill Climb Champion. , Color: GREEN , ODO Reads: 43,396 , VIN: 249215919"

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Posted on: 2018/7/26 1:25
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Re: Auction: '37 115C sedan, Plain, WI, July 17, 2018
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I just watched the end of this auction. Someone scored a deal at $8000. I've attached a picture of the car for posterity.

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Posted on: 2018/7/17 18:12
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Stopped at an estate sale in Chardon, Ohio this afternoon and found a 1956 Executive Touring Sedan sitting in a barn with a bunch of other forlorn "collectible autos." It's rough, a four door sedan and is sitting on four flat tires but it is the rather rare Executive. The company running the estate sale has it listed as a non-running 1954 Packard . They told me they're taking offers and the owner will decide in a "week or so."

For what it's worth, the guy in charge of showing the car didn't act like much interest had been shown in the Packard. Throw them a low offer and I bet you'd get lucky.
The sale closes tomorrow at 3pm. You can find the listing here.

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Posted on: 2018/6/16 20:47
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