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1930-33 Packard Parts Wanted - FALL CARLISLE & FALL HERSHEY
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John L. Trotter
I will be at FALL CARLISLE & FALL HERSHEY and will be shopping for the following parts:

Mailing Address: John L. Trotter, PO Box 271, Kingston, TN, 37763
Email: johnltrotter@bellsouth.net Phone: 865.686.2001

1930 - 733 conv. coupe:

1. Door molding - UPPER sill/door pull molding / garnish. This the sheet metal trim piece where you would rest your arm if the window was open
2. Conv top pin - at top of windshield header
3. Door lock - passenger exterior
4. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)

1931 - 833 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
2. Visionall - windshield wiper tube and control valve. I believe the tube should measure 45.5" in length, not including the mounting brackets on the ends
3. Interior sun visor 'arms' – both sides (same as 1932)
4. Steering wheel, horn button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
5. Tail light lens – red, center, hourglass shaped

1932 - 902 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Right rear fender – Coupe or Victoria fender (sedan fenders are different)
2. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
3. Steering wheel, button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
4. Battery box and Tool box complete with both tops and locks
5. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)
6. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
7. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
8. Gas cap
9. Frame end caps (chrome) – need 2 pairs (4 pieces)

1932 - 902 roadster:

1. Complete convertible top frame/hinge/bows entire assembly
2. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
3. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
4. Front Frame Covers – sheet metal 65.5” strips covering frame between hood/front fenders
5. Windshield post mouldings – these are the body color castings that are bolted to the vertical posts

Posted on: 9/24 10:39
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1930-33 Packard Parts Wanted - FALL CARLISLE & FALL HERSHEY
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John L. Trotter
I will be at FALL CARLISLE & FALL HERSHEY and will be shopping for the following parts:

Mailing Address: John L. Trotter, PO Box 271, Kingston, TN, 37763
Email: johnltrotter@bellsouth.net Phone: 865.686.2001

1930 - 733 conv. coupe:

1. Door molding - UPPER sill/door pull molding / garnish. This the sheet metal trim piece where you would rest your arm if the window was open
2. Conv top pin - at top of windshield header
3. Door lock - passenger exterior
4. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)

1931 - 833 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
2. Visionall - windshield wiper tube and control valve. I believe the tube should measure 45.5" in length, not including the mounting brackets on the ends
3. Interior sun visor 'arms' – both sides (same as 1932)
4. Steering wheel, horn button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
5. Tail light lens – red, center, hourglass shaped

1932 - 902 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Right rear fender – Coupe or Victoria fender (sedan fenders are different)
2. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
3. Steering wheel, button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
4. Battery box and Tool box complete with both tops and locks
5. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)
6. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
7. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
8. Gas cap
9. Frame end caps (chrome) – need 2 pairs (4 pieces)

1932 - 902 roadster:

1. Complete convertible top frame/hinge/bows entire assembly
2. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
3. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
4. Front Frame Covers – sheet metal 65.5” strips covering frame between hood/front fenders
5. Windshield post mouldings – these are the body color castings that are bolted to the vertical posts

Posted on: 9/24 10:36
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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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John L. Trotter
1953/54 Packard Conv Please!

Hello,

I sent a text to you earlier but saw that you are wanting email replies via Pinfo, so apologies.

I have been searching for either a '53 or '54 Packard Convertible in solid condition, prefer manual transmission but beggars can't be choosers. I am retired so timing of pickup is not a huge problem - also have my own truck and trailer. Please let me know what you have and how much you are wanting for it. John Trotter - Kingston, TN 865.686.2001

Posted on: 8/13 7:48
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1953 or 1954 Convertible - WANTED
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John L. Trotter
I am seeking a "not to far from driver" quality 53/54 convertible, ideally with a manual transmission. It needs to be a complete car with little rust and semi-presentable. I'm hoping to stay below 15,000 US dollars.

If you know someone who has one squirreled away and it looks like it will never be cruising the streets again, please put them in contact with me.

Mailing Address: John L. Trotter, PO Box 271, Kingston, TN, 37763
Email: johnltrotter@bellsouth.net Phone: 865.686.2001

Posted on: 6/18 15:15
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1932 902 Standard 8 PARTS CAR - WANTED
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John L. Trotter
I would like to purchase a 902 Standard 8 parts car. The parts I need are listed in the parts wanted category, but thought a parts car may be another option. Please let me know what you have... I'm in eastern Tennessee.

Mailing Address: John L. Trotter, PO Box 271, Kingston, TN, 37763
Email: johnltrotter@bellsouth.net Phone: 865.686.2001

Posted on: 6/18 13:13
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1930-33 Standard 8 Parts - WANTED
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John L. Trotter
I am needing parts for a number of my retirement projects as follows:

Mailing Address: John L. Trotter, PO Box 271, Kingston, TN, 37763
Email: johnltrotter@bellsouth.net Phone: 865.686.2001

1930 - 733 conv. coupe:

1. Door molding - UPPER sill/door pull molding / garnish. This the sheet metal trim piece where you would rest your arm if the window was open
2. Conv top pin - at top of windshield header
3. Door lock - passenger exterior
4. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)

1931 - 833 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
2. Visionall - windshield wiper tube and control valve. I believe the tube should measure 45.5" in length, not including the mounting brackets on the ends
3. Interior sun visor 'arms' – both sides (same as 1932)
4. Steering wheel, horn button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
5. Tail light lens – red, center, hourglass shaped

1932 - 902 2-4 hardtop coupe:

1. Right rear fender – Coupe or Victoria fender (sedan fenders are different)
2. Rumble seat step – lower one that goes inside the bumper (side mount car)
3. Steering wheel, button, and surround - (any or all 3 pieces)
4. Battery box and Tool box complete with both tops and locks
5. Oil level gauge – in oil pan (same 1929-1932)
6. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
7. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
8. Gas cap
9. Frame end caps (chrome) – need 2 pairs (4 pieces)

1932 - 902 roadster:

1. Complete convertible top frame/hinge/bows entire assembly
2. Running board splashers, both sides - these are the vertical sheet metal panels between the bottom of body and top of running board (same on all 902 chassis cars)
3. Air Cleaner complete with elbow
4. Front Frame Covers – sheet metal 65.5” strips covering frame between hood/front fenders
5. Windshield post mouldings – these are the body color castings that are bolted to the vertical posts

Posted on: 6/18 12:42
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Re: 1930s senoir engine parts
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John L. Trotter
Hello,

I would be interested in the intake and carb, along with whatever else you may have that is on my attached list.

John L. Trotter

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pdf Packard_parts_list_Oct_2019.pdf Size: 101.29 KB; Hits: 34

Posted on: 6/18 12:19
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