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Re: What modell used this coil base?
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Hmmmm....that DOES sound reasonable....
Back in the 80s I was vending at the Pate swap meet...one of the only guys with Packard stuff....
A local chap came to me and said that he had restored a '39 and had a pile of parts left. I got the pile and sold off most, but still have the brake drums,backing plates, front fender supports.

Thanks for the suggestion...

Posted on: 7/5 19:36
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What modell used this coil base?
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All I can say is that this is NOT for the 1937 Super Eight. Hopefully a reader can tell me the correct application.
Yes, I want to sell it, but need to know how to advertise it.

Bob

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Posted on: 7/4 20:46
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For SaleL: 1935-39 Senior trunk rack
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I am listing just the basic trunk rack.

I do not have the rest of the pieces...arms, supports, etc.

Will take $175 for it, plus your choice of shipping.

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Posted on: 7/4 20:20
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For Sale...pair of Twelve spark plug tubes
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This pair came from a 1937 but probably fits other models.
$200 plus shipping

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Posted on: 6/29 21:06
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Re: Stanin's 1937 armored Twelve...Where is it now?
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Thanks for the offer, but that picture is of a 1936 Packard. I am focused solely on the 1937 Seniors.

Posted on: 5/17 15:41
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Re: Stanin's 1937 armored Twelve...Where is it now?
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I realize that that is not a photo of the Stalin Packard. I have the one that was posted on ebay, but I don't have legal authority to use it in my book.

I am aware of the controversy of ownership.
Back in 2012 I was in correspondence with the Northern Illinois Auto Theft Task Force and did not know if it was still at the museum in Roscoe.
I understand they were closed last year because of Covid. I am trying to reach out to them now, but have not heard back.


Bob

Posted on: 5/16 15:04
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Stanin's 1937 armored Twelve...Where is it now?
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Does anyone know the whereabouts of the armor plated limousine that Stalin had?
Many years ago it was advertised on ebay.
Any leads would be appreciated.

Bob

Posted on: 5/16 14:13
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1937 Twelve Stalin armored sedan location
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A few years back this car was listed on ebay. I have also heard that there was some discussion about the legal ownership.

Does anyone know the current status/location of the car?
I would like to get a picture of it for my book.

Bob

Posted on: 4/27 18:24
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FOR SALE: Rare AERO-DRIVE instruction card
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This is an original card with instructions for operating the overdrive. It was provided to hang from the rear view mirror, and comes with the original grey string.
It measures 3.5 x 5".

I am not exactly sure when the Aero-drive was available, but I guess around 1940-42.

This would be the 'cat's meow' in your car.

I'll take $30 and will ship it USPS First class.
PM me for details if you are interested.

Bob

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Posted on: 4/21 8:59
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Re: 1936 120b Coupe overall length????
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I have already pointed him to this site just to whet his appetite.

Bob

Posted on: 4/8 7:36
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