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Re: 28 443 and 29 640,645 hood .
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Certainly the 640 and 645 hood would be the same.

Posted on: 12/19 10:08
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Re: Wiper motor chrome plating
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Chrome shop would easily plug the holes with a rubber stopper. Brightworks up on Piqua is certainly capable.
http://brightworkrestoration.com/about/

Librandi in Harrisburg is who I usually use.

Posted on: 12/15 13:09
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Re: Information request 1918 Packard midget Racer
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National built several quarter midgets around that time, but this looks a lot different than that. What kind of engine would it have originally had?

Posted on: 12/8 12:38
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1930 Steering Column
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This may work for 1929 and 1931, you'll have to consult the books and make sure.
$150, plus shipping (probably at least $85). Or, can hold and deliver to an AACA show next year.

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Posted on: 2020/11/28 14:35
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Re: 1941 mystery part??
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Looks kine of like door threshold. Other than that, I don't have a clue.

Posted on: 2020/11/5 8:08
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Re: Did Packard ever consider front-wheel drive ?
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It is indeed in the Bahre collection. No changes to the collection are planned. They just finished a complete renovation of the "car barn," and I'm sure it will be open to the public one day each year to raise money for the library.

Posted on: 2020/11/4 10:35
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Re: Did Packard ever consider front-wheel drive ?
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Looks like a later-style exhaust manifold.

Posted on: 2020/11/3 12:41
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Re: 1940 super eight 160 series 1804 model 1362 138" Wheelbase: making it driveable
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That doesn't even look correct for 1939.

Posted on: 2020/11/3 12:40
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Re: 1940 super eight 160 series 1804 model 1362 138" Wheelbase: making it driveable
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I have a vent window escutcheon, but it's the design that also includes the plastic ring. In 1940, they used both the 1939 design without plastic, and the 1941 design with plastic.

Posted on: 2020/11/3 7:32
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Re: Did Packard ever consider front-wheel drive ?
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Yes. The prototype 1931 sedan still exists. It's a Twin Six.

Posted on: 2020/11/3 7:28
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