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Re: Is this a Packard parking light
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Bob
Many thanks for the prompt response.

What would be a fair asking price for one?

Bob

Posted on: 11/29 13:39
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Is this a Packard parking light
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This item is 7 3/8" long by approx 1 5/8.
The only marking I find is 'HOH'
on the end.
Any clues are appreciated.
It is taking up space on my shelf and looking for a new owner.

thanks for looking.

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Posted on: 11/29 13:08
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Re: 1937 Super-Eight Business models....have any survived?
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Bob
Thanks for the reply.
That is so sad to hear!
Any chance you could get the data plate off the firewall...or at least a photo of it?
I am curious to know if it was really a business limo like the pic in this thread.
If so...what happened to the assist bars and the ash trays from the wall?
What happened to the engine?
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks.

Bob

Posted on: 11/28 18:43
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Re: 1937 Super-Eight Business models....have any survived?
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Thanks.
I have sent a PM and will wait for a reply.

Bob

Posted on: 11/28 13:01
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Re: 1937 Super-Eight Business models....have any survived?
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I tried to reach him a couple years ago by sending a letter to Victor NY but the letter came back for lack of an address and the registry does not have a means to contact the owner. (that I am aware of...)

Posted on: 11/27 18:20
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Re: 1937 Super-Eight Business models....have any survived?
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Bob
Thanks for the pointer.
I just spoke with Robert Danielson and he described the rear as standard personal limo...foot rest, cloth assist strap, ask tray in the arm rest.

Had a most enjoyable chat with him.

Thanks.

Posted on: 11/27 14:46
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1937 Super-Eight Business models....have any survived?
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Does anyone know if any of the 1937 Super-Eight Business sedans or limousines have survived in their original configuration? or have they unwittingly been restored to the standard personal configuration?

The rear area was more sparse for heavier duty....no foot rest, rigid assist handle, no decoration on rear door, etc...

While I have the brochure photo, I would really like to have an actual photograph in my forth-coming book.

If you know of any in private collections or museums, I would appreciate contact information.

Thanks for looking.

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Posted on: 11/27 11:33
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Re: Third Series (1925) instrument knob????
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Many thanks!

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Posted on: 11/23 9:51
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Third Series (1925) instrument knob????
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At the top of the ignition/lights cluster is a knob which rotates.
What is it's function?
I am trying to get this 5 pass sedan back on the road. While it is just a simple sedan, it has a bit of history being an Earl C. Anthony product, so I figure it needs to be functionally rejuvenated and put back on the road.

I look forward to the solution.

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Posted on: 11/22 21:23
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Is this Packard trim??????
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I have this 27" trim and would like to know if anyone recognizes it as Packard.
There is a slight bow to it.

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Posted on: 11/10 20:10
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