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1937-38 Packard Six Repro Hubcaps
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Packard Joe
Pair of Bill Hirsch Reproduction Packard Six Hubcaps for sale. New in the box, never installed, look perfect. $110 each plus Six Dollars each for CONUS shipping, USPS Priority or pick up for free in CT.

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Posted on: 4/19 9:07
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Re: Great Packards at Auction, PLEASE READ
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Packard Joe
I would like to have one of those 54 Two Door Pacific's, perhaps #21 because of the hood but can't pull the trigger. The auction premium and shipping keep my bid-now finger hovering. Hope these find good homes.

Posted on: 4/2 12:18
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Re: Wanted: 1953 Clipper Tinnerman U Nuts and Bolts
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Packard Joe
Thank you for your reply. Yes, prefer the original Packard Speed Nuts and Bolts and was hoping someone would have a few. I will try the vendors as you suggested as well. Thanks again for your courtesy!

Posted on: 3/14 11:23
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Re: Wanted: 1953 Clipper Tinnerman U Nuts and Bolts
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Packard Joe
Thank you Sir! Will do!

Posted on: 3/13 10:34
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Wanted: 1953 Clipper Tinnerman U Nuts and Bolts
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Packard Joe
Good Day! Looking for about a dozen original Tinnerman U Nuts, aka Speed Nuts and bolts that fasten the hood latch panel to the fenders, grille and core support on a 53 Clipper. I think this panel is called the upper radiator splasher. A few of mine are missing or broken and want to replace them with originals as its one of the first things you see when you open the hood. Thanks!

Posted on: 3/7 9:44
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Re: SCAMMER ON Packard Info
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Packard Joe
I have a similar story, same ID, and reported it earlier today. Suggest all to be cautious in general and especially with this individual.

Posted on: 1/5 15:48
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Re: Packard NO RESERVE auction
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Packard Joe
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Cli55er wrote:
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Fish'n Jim wrote:
I think since this auction is closed and so should the discussion. Move on.



Packard quit making cars a long time ago too…. And yet here we are.


I will be patiently watching for these cars to come up for sale as they move on to their next life. You never know when one might end up in your garage. After all, they are not stuck in a building anymore.

Posted on: 2021/11/25 17:53
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Re: Thief-Proof Numbers (body serial numbers)
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Packard Joe
My 1940 120 did not have the embossed firewall number. It did have the two diamonds that are usually at the beginning and the end of the number, but no number.

Posted on: 2021/11/22 17:30
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Wanted: Thermostat Housing 1953 288 PN 419994
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Packard Joe
Good day! I am looking for an original Water Outlet Flange & Thermostat Housing in good shape for my 1953 Clipper with the 288. Part Number is 419994. This item bolts to the head and connects the upper radiator hose to the engine. Mine is soft swiss cheese with questionable sealing surfaces and is going nub-less. I do not need show quality but prefer an original with good internal nubs to retain the thermostat bail. I do see that the popular vendors offer a replacement part in cast iron, but I want to stay original. Anyone have a spare they are willing to part with?

Posted on: 2021/11/17 8:39
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Re: Number 1 Spark Plug Wire Position
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Packard Joe
Update: Completed Distributor cleaning and refurbishment including a new Vacuum Capsule and a Breaker Plate plus the usual Points, Condenser, Rotor and Cap, then put the plug wires in the position recommended by the kind folks here. One tap of the key and she fired and ran smooth for the first time in many years. I had soaked the cylinders with oil so initially lots of smoke but the exhaust cleaned up in a couple of minutes. Even cold, light taps of the throttle produce a quick rev. There's no bogging. Oil pressure at idle is at 29 PSI using a test gage tapped in to the sender port. I didn't run it long because the water pump bearings started to make more noise then they should. I don't want the housing or shaft to get damaged from failed bearings. I guess it didn't like being woken from the long sleep. I will change it out with a rebuild. Looks like Max Merritt has the best price. Again, thanks to the contributors here. There's lots of great information on this site and I appreciate the personal responses as well!

Posted on: 2021/11/4 17:38
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