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Re: Does anybody make, or have, the 1929 crank cover/hubcap cover removal tool?
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I bought mine on Ebay and have seen several since that time.

Posted on: 7/29 15:29
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Re: 7th Series Wire Wheels
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Here is a link to the same listing on Ebay. Information and photos show 7 lug. I wrote and advised that they were not Packard - no reply.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/195077053162? ... %3Dsegname%2Cchnl%3Dmkcid

Posted on: 5/31 2:23
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Early 30's Hood top panels?
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Can someone with an early 30's car please measure their hood top panels and compare with my measurements. Thanks.

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Posted on: 5/22 1:46
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Re: Packard 740 mystery
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Absolutely love the new colour and would be very interested to know what it is. Final colour, although obviously subject to personal taste is critical.

Posted on: 5/16 4:24
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Re: Banjo Bolt for !930 733
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I was told, years ago that the Bijur Company is still in existence and have many old parts?? Don't know how much truth is in that but worth investigating.

Posted on: 4/19 2:15
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WANTED RHD components
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Wanted- There must be RHD components gathering dust that you LHD folk can't use. I am particularly keen on 6th and 7th series RHD parts. This would include front axle parts, Steering, Transmission and the brake shafts enclosed in the main cross member.

Posted on: 4/8 3:50
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Re: Wanted 745 front fenders.
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Here are better photos of what I need.

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Posted on: 3/27 10:46
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Re: SCAMMER ON Packard Info
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Couldn't agree with you more. A 443 Packard sedan with custom body advertised on one website for about $30k. The same car on a reputable website for about $80k -its correct value. I advised the not so well know website- no surprise, no reply. Furthermore, there are many vintage car websites with out of date listings of cars that were sold years ago, is a scam too. They get paid for the time you spend searching dozens of dead listings on their sites. Again, when you advise them of cars sold ages ago, no reply. I have even suggested of a few of them that a "DATE" is assigned each listing - woops, NO REPLY.

Posted on: 3/24 1:08
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Re: 1930 Front Bumper
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Just went for some photos. Had to locate an Imperial tape from the archives.
The 733 front bumpers are 2" X 58 1/4" and 58 1/2". One needs reshaping. The 740 front bumper is 2 1/4" X 60 1/2". The 740 rear is 2 1/4" X 64 1/4".

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Posted on: 3/6 17:48
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Re: 1930 Front Bumper
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Only last week, I was doing exactly the same thing. 726 and 733 are the same. Without measuring, let's say the bars are 2 1/2". 740 is slightly more - could be 2 3/4" and 745's which I need are 3". I'll check my notes and the bars I wrote on but that's in the ball park. As to the overall width of 745's I would not be surprised if they were wider overall. Keep me in mind if yours turn out to be 745's.

Posted on: 3/6 15:29
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