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Re: 1937 120C Floor Board
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Thank you Ernie !

Posted on: 4/19 9:49
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Re: 1937 120C Floor Board
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Thanks again Ken. Was this 3/4 inch plywood and trimmed with jute on the edges to bring it level with the steel toe board and under seat floor sections?

BTW, I really enjoy your posts on your 120. Keep up the great work.

Posted on: 4/17 9:37
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Re: 1937 120C Floor Board
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Thanks for the info Ken. I would like to see some photos when you get the chance. Appreciate it !

Posted on: 4/16 11:42
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Re: 1937 120C Floor Board
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Thanks Dave. Stay tuned. There will be more questions coming

Posted on: 4/16 8:37
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1937 120C Floor Board
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There has been a lot of activity with the 1937 junior cars on the forum lately. I'd like to ask a question on my project. The floor board on my 120 touring sedan were long gone when I got the car. Was the open section in the photo between the toe board and the seats wood or stamped steel?

Thanks !

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Posted on: 4/15 15:39
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Re: Cigarette lighter not working
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I came across this video the other day from a Model A YouTube site. This may be a solution:

https://youtu.be/O2q2ndf7jmY

Posted on: 4/15 15:14
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Re: 1937 120 Trunk Emblem
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I am also interested if someone has two or can recommend a good source.

Posted on: 4/1 10:21
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Re: 1955 Caribbean top material
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Leeedy,

Would the white vinyl diamond pinpoint be a suitable substitute for a 1953 Caribbean also?

Thank you for sharing this valuable knowledge.

Posted on: 2/2 14:14
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Re: 1935-41 Packard, Jr. Series, parts for sale
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Will Rose wrote:
I sent you an email with questions. Provide your phone number for texting. My number is 210-260-5646, email will@rpland.com.
Thanks Will


Your email was received. I will respond later today after work. I will also text you so you'll have my cell number.

Dezi

Posted on: 1/20 10:47
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Re: 1935-41 Packard, Jr. Series, parts for sale
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For a 1937 One Twenty touring sedan I need the following:

- Passenger side frame to crankcase splasher

- Dome light switches (2) found on the B pillar and their cover plates.

- Left and right rear ash trays

- Door strikers and dove tails for front and rear doors.

We can communicate via email or PM, your preference.

Posted on: 1/19 14:36
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