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Re: Should I Make the Trade?
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How much for the truck outright, cash? I have a friend looking...where are you?

Posted on: 5/8 8:37
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Re: 1936 120 Rear bumper brackets installation
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Further issue...have these braces been extended from coupe braces? Hard to see...maybe they were welded together...ick.

Must have been...thats why the extra pair of holes. Sorry Keith, I know thats not what you wanted to hear.

Posted on: 4/10 22:22
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Re: Great Packards at Auction, PLEASE READ
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I can see that the excitement on these cars is electrifying...please note these cars will only be available for a few more days.
Just a friendly reminder, should you have any particular questions that I may be able to answer, please don't wait until the last day. Thank you.

Posted on: 4/10 22:18
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Re: 1936 120 Rear bumper brackets installation
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Braces sandwich the frame rail.

Posted on: 4/10 22:09
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Re: Great Packards at Auction, PLEASE READ
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The 37-120 conv.coupe should bring strong money as the market always likes these.
The Rollson is a honest original car thats never spent a night outside. Definitely a straightforward car. I've known it since the 70's when it was with its prior owner, then Louis bought it.

If you have the time/interest, the 37-120 conv.sedan is similarly worthwhile. I had it in the shop that restored one of mine, and only got it so far along before the shop closed and had to pack it up an its been on the back burner since. Chassis/mechanicals done, runs great, and the body is sweet sweet sweet. Everything is packed in the car, etc.

Posted on: 4/2 11:11
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Re: Lead on Four Packard Twelves.
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I'll throw in my 2 cents being in the midst of a similar situation. Good luck finding one buyer. Most hopeful scenario is to segregate into several lots, two town cars with all necessary parts, conv. Sedan same, 38 same, and
then segregate a few lots of other parts AND AND AND be capable of crating those parts for potential freight shipment. Without this effort, its going to be an ....ummm...disappointment.

By the way, I have another/similar V12 "deal" available, 38 Brunn and a partially disassembled 39 sedan with it. West Coast. Got a big trailer with a winch?

Posted on: 3/30 9:17
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Re: State of the PackardInfo Union
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Long Live BigKev!!
Long Live PackardInfo!!

DAF

Posted on: 3/26 21:45
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Great Packards at Auction, PLEASE READ
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The next group of cars from my dear friend Louis' collection are now listed on-line. I know most of these cars first-hand, so I may be able to fill in few blanks from the limited pictures and descriptions. Please circulate the auction info to anyone you think may be interested in these cars, there really are some good ones... link is
https://www.collarcityauctionsonline.c ... let/List.do?auctionId=754

Posted on: 3/26 21:40
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Re: raido
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1938 110/120. I am seeing 2 of 4 parts. Missing speaker and antenna.

Posted on: 3/9 22:38
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Re: 1929-37 cowl vent handles
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Second one down is 35-7 junior. Or shall I say was...it lost a battle with what Mr. Bates refers to as a ham fisted jackas...

Posted on: 3/7 19:03
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