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Re: tail light lens removal
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Posted on: Yesterday 7:17
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Re: My Caribbean
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Thanks Mal your work on connecting the registry of the Caribbean will try and keep everyone updated with progress.

Posted on: 4/20 21:39
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Re: tail light lens removal
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Remove assembly from rear fender to allow access to rear of tail light . The screws that hold on lens are located on back of assembly The manual for 1957 clipper supplement is on this site Packard Clipper 1957 supplement

Posted on: 4/20 18:53
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Re: Randy's Caribbean
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I will check to trans number as soon as I move car to my location and can get under it. Need to make arrangements get brother to help.

Posted on: 4/20 8:17
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Re: Randy's Caribbean
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Pretty sure the transmission that Randy had rebuilt was the one he removed from Caribbean. Ron rebuilt the transmission for Randy as he had done before for his 400. Ron is a car nut and friend of Randys who lives in our area of western Pa

Posted on: 4/19 22:34
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My Caribbean
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Per Mal request I'm now the legal owner of Randy Berger's 1956 Packard Caribbean project I consider it more of caretaker roll . Plan to complete as Randy would have following his directions and direction he gave me. Now Mal you can do your magic

Posted on: 4/19 22:25
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Re: Randy's Caribbean
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The plain steel wheels are to hold tires and keep car moveable when moved to storage when Randy bought the Patrician. Randy had a set of factory wire wheels rebuilt to be installed on completed car I have them in my garage to be installed as part of completion of project

Posted on: 4/16 21:20
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Randy's Caribbean
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Update on Randy's Caribbean . Randy several years ago when he first started on his Caribbean project asked me if I would complete his project if anything happened to him. I said yes but told him I would prefer he stick around as I valued his friendship and company more than anything.
With his passing I now have the task of trying to complete his work to his high standards. I told him I did not have the knowledge he had but he said with all the times we talked and help from people on Packardinfo he was sure I would complete his wish to have a 1956 Caribbean.
I have been moving parts from his home to mine will soon have car moved from storage. Some trim parts are missing due to fact where he worked on his projects the owner died and property was sold.
I hope Mal can update registry to reflect change but it will still be Randy's Caribbean to me . I may have to start wearing black.
Thanks in advance for help I will need and wish me luck

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Posted on: 4/16 13:41
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Randy Berger's front fenders
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Was talking to Randy's Berger daughter and in his stash are two nos front fenders . Per his wishes the are for sale on Packardinfo details and pic to follow

Posted on: 4/6 16:38
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Re: Randy Berger's 1956 400
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The buyer got a great driver / show car whoever bought it has a driver with all bugs worked out. think it would have brought more if not sold during high point in plague scare. Wonder if the new owner will keep as long as Randy did. With summer coming I will miss going to car events with out Best other and Randy being present

Posted on: 3/23 16:34
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