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Re: Vendor for door sill scuff plates?
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David Packard
"If you would like I check for you in the morning but I believe we may some nos sills?"

Thanks
James
Kanter Auto Products

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James, I would be interested in a complete set for 1955 Clipper Custom 4-Dr Sedan. Thanks in advance!!!

Posted on: 2014/2/21 11:18
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Vendor for door sill scuff plates?
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David Packard
Anyone know of a good vendor for door sill scuff plates for '55 Clipper 4-Dr Sedan?

Posted on: 2014/2/20 20:58
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Re: Floor pans for 55 Clipper
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David Packard
Thanks guys, I had thought that they were the same company but wasn't sure. Sounds like they are good quality and easy enough to work with. Thanks for the help!

Posted on: 2013/12/8 11:34
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Re: Floor pans for 55 Clipper
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David Packard
Hey Big Kev do you recall the manufacturer of those pans. The ones I saw on E-bay look very similar to yours. I think they were made by ClassicParts4U. That is what was printed across the picture on E-bay. Thanks

Posted on: 2013/12/6 16:32
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Floor pans for 55 Clipper
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David Packard
I am looking for front floor pans for 1955 Clipper Custom 4 Dr Sedan. I have seen some on E-bay and was wondering about the fit and quality of them. Does anyone know of a good vendor for replacement floor pans? Thanks.

Posted on: 2013/12/5 21:29
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Re: If you are under sixty, how did you get interested in Packards?
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David Packard
Since my last name is Packard I thought I should own one!! I often told my wife and children that some day I would buy a '55 Packard (the year I was born). So when the chance came along I took it. I was never really that much of a "car guy" but since purchasing my Clipper Custom I enjoy working on it and bringing it back to her former glory. It is such fun to drive, I don't know how many times I have gotten the "thumbs up" from guys on Harleys and others while driving the Clipper!! I am also intrigued by the history behind Packard. They are just a fun car to own and drive!

Posted on: 2012/10/29 19:33
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Re: HERSHEY ROLL CALL!
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David Packard
I'll be there on Friday, the 12th. Never been there even though it is less than an hour from my house. Looking forward to the day!!

Posted on: 2012/9/13 20:46
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When was my Clipper "born"?
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David Packard
I am trying to find out when my '55 Clipper Custom Sedan rolled off the line at Conner Ave. in 1955. After much searching in different places on the car I have never located the build sheet anywhere. I do know that the engine block and heads were cast in June of '55 and the numbers match the VIN. The last four digits in the VIN are 7889 so it was fairly late in the run for Clipper Custom since there were just over 8K built. Anyone with a Clipper Custom that has a VIN close to mine that knows when their car came off the line?

Posted on: 2012/7/17 19:44
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Re: mike dulinski
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David Packard
Recently met Mike at the swap meet in Fredrick, Maryland. My wife got to talking with Mike and asked if he had fender skirts to fit our 1955 Clipper Custom. He didn't have any along with him that day but after we got home I sent him a couple of e-mails and he located a pair at home. I received them today in the mail. Very reasonable price and nice condition. If you every need parts, especially '55 or '56 check with Mike, he probably has it.

Posted on: 2012/6/5 20:04
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Re: Tornados
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David Packard
Glad you folks are OK. I saw the coverage on the Weather Channel this afternoon and when they showed those trailers flying a couple hundred feet in the air I was stunned. I was wondering how you guys were doing. Be carefull down there.

Posted on: 2012/4/3 19:15
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