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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
have not done anything yet, other than here. Can give it a try. Thanks

Posted on: 7/20 0:50
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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Thank you also, suppose I could spend the time to polish. Really just want it to go to a good home.

Posted on: 7/18 16:08
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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Thanks, will probably need to be around 12 give or take?

Posted on: 7/18 15:50
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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Thank you for the response. Am sure someone will want it. Never tried to sell before, might try bring a trailer? Thoughts anyone. I don't drive it anymore so just taking up space, time to let someone else enjoy.

Posted on: 7/18 15:19
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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Have not advertised this anyplace, but if 14,500 is too high, then try 13,500? I really don't know what these are selling for these days? This is the first one I have ever tried selling.

Posted on: 6/29 22:43
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Re: 1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Thank you Don. Forgot to mention put in a new rebuilt treadle vac from Kanter a few years ago. Backed it up and forward a few times in driveway and seemed to work ok. I replaced it simply because of some of the stories around about older rebuilt ones.
Last time I checked power antenna and radio worked.
Cell number is 661-492-5551

Posted on: 6/16 21:03
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1952 Packard Mayfair
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todd landis
Because of arthritis in my left hand and wrist, I think time to let go the 1952. Having enough trouble keeping my 39 and 40 going. Located in Las Vegas. My mother purchased this vehicle around 1989. Came from long time owners the Pearsons, Fred and Carol Mauck's parents. Believe the car was originally sold in Orange County, but no paperwork. I don't think ever any rust and very little or no body work that I know of? But could be wrong. I believe the interior is original? All good except split in driver seat fabric. Purchased new dismond back radials around 4 years ago and have seen maybe five miles since? The car is up on lifts to prevent flat spots on tires. Last ran about a couple years ago. Ran fine then. The gas tank needs to be boiled out from lack of use. The carburetor was rebuilt several years ago. Engine idled good at that time. Before putting away a few years ago shifted fine. Exhaust pipe is rusted through, but have a complete kit from Kanter. Have California title. If interest how do I attach multiple pictures. Price? 14,500 sound good?

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Posted on: 6/16 16:24
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Re: 1940 horn assembly
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todd landis
Show what is at the end of the horn cable. The small metal tabs hold in the center plastic. You will probably need to peen then free then re peen, or a couple drops of epoxy? I cannot remember exactly what I did when I replaced my center plastic years ago.

Posted on: 5/7 18:07
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Re: front end alignment
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todd landis

Posted on: 12/27 19:41
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Re: front end alignment
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In times past were on ebay all of the time, I think someone was reproducing them? Kanter, Merritt, or?

Posted on: 12/27 19:40
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