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Re: 1948,49,50 window crank wanted
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Dallas, the window crank I have my wife said it is beige. if you still need one you can have it for the shipping cost. If you want to pick it up in Galesburg let me know when you will be down this way. Roger

Posted on: 6/21 14:39
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1950 Packard club sedan For Sale again
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!950 Club Sedan for sale again. Buyer never picked the car so the price has been reduced to $750. The car is unmolested and complete except what the rust bug and rodents did not eat. The 288 engine is stuck. R-11 overdrive, radio delete car. This would be a very ambitious restoration or a excellent parts car. I need to move this car due to city ordinance. Thank you. Packardtaximan

Posted on: 6/17 21:36
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Re: 1950 club sedan for sale
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For sale again. Price reduced to $750. This is a unmolested complete club sedan except for what the rust bug and rodents have eaten. This would be a very ambitious restoration or excellent parts car.

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Posted on: 6/17 21:10
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Re: 1948,49,50 window crank wanted
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Do you just need the crank? I'll send you one for the cost of shipping.

Posted on: 6/17 14:57
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for sale 1948 - 1950 carburetors, fuel pumps, miscellaneous parts
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Carter 2 barrel carbs complete for rebuild or for cores.767S,728SA,644SA.(1 ea) $50 ea.
AC dual action fuel pumps(2 ea ) core or rebuild.$35 ea. One 38 stud 10mm 8cyl casting date 8-4-48, one 29 stud 14mm stamped 2-21/ 48199 used heads.$50 ea. Lots of oddball parts mostly 48-50. Send me your list and what you are willing to pay. First come first served. All sales are for pick up or you must pay for shipping. Front bumper with bumper guards and mounting brackets $50,Stainless side trim $5 each, Cormorant and News Bulletins back to 1980 $5 per year,R-9 overdrive transmissions $200 each, Upper and lower control arms with shocks $50 each. Make me a offer. Thank you
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Roger Lamm
228 Cedar Ave.
Galesburg, IL
61401

Posted on: 4/29 13:24
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Re: Wiper motor chrome plating
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I polished the one on my 1950 to a near chrome appearance. Just used a buffer and polishing compound.

Posted on: 12/14 11:08
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L8 head identification
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What years did Packard cylinder heads use 29 bolts. The only numbers I could find were embossed on the head were 48199 and 2-21. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 11/30 21:55
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Re: 1950 club sedan
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Thanks for updating. The car went to a Indiana restoration shop. Hopefully we will see it on the road again.

Posted on: 11/30 15:46
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Re: 1950 club sedan
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Thanks guys, everything has been identified except the 2205 number. I checked the build slip again and it is clearly 2205.

Posted on: 2020/11/27 9:37
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Re: 1950 club sedan
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Just found the build sheet on gas tank fill tube. I know what most of it means, but there are a couple that I don't recognize. Can anyone elaborate on the complete meaning?
2205 2365-5 N 6374 EMC OD HE 69 .. Found the fender skirts in the back seat.

Posted on: 2020/11/26 11:14
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