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Restoration Shops
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I need to have some interior work and the transmission evaluated on my '41 120 conv. I've heard Mann's Restoration in Festus MO is very good. Does anyone have any experience using Mann's? Can anyone provide any recommendations based on current experience? Also any comments on what such shops charge would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Posted on: 2019/12/19 12:28
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Re: Craig's 41 120 Convertible
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Perfect Howard and will do! Thanks again.

Posted on: 2019/11/12 15:33
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Re: Craig's 41 120 Convertible
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Thanks for the quick reply Howard. I posted the same inquiry on the PAC forum as well. So let's hope I get a reply there as you suggest. If not I will contact the PAC roster keepers and see if I get a direct line to Flackmaster.

Posted on: 2019/11/12 15:25
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Re: Craig's 41 120 Convertible
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Can anyone tell me how to access the convertible top pistons that are located in the rear sides of the back cabin in my 120 coupe? I do not know the best way to remove the trim panels on each side. I believe the piston seals are in bad shape and leaking air during up and down operation of the top. Next question is has anyone replaced the seals inside the convertible top pistons? I've been told the seals are leather. I would appreciate any help you can share including any photos. Thanks so much!!! Craig

Posted on: 2019/11/12 15:01
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Re: VIN verifications in California
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My thanks to everyone who replied to my inquiry. Yes my car is in the PAC registry now the Assn did not have any info about it previously. I figured CA would have disposed of historical records especially back that far.
Really appreciate it team!

Posted on: 2019/11/11 18:44
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Re: VIN verifications in California
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What is the best way to request past owner information on my 1941 Packard which was originally sold in Beverly Hills? I just want document past owners in CA. I have the original Data Plate showing engine number and Packard Beverly Hills stamp.

Posted on: 2019/11/11 8:53
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