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Re: Packard NO RESERVE auction
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I had the pleasure of viewing this collection when I visited Utica about 15 years ago. To say the least, it was mind boggling! One item seems to have escaped attention is Lot 115. Lois told me it is a former South American taxi which he imported from Argentina. The roll back roof and dual speedometers was most intersting. This car is unique, not as bad as it looks and deserves to be saved. If I was younger and not in Australia I would take it as a challenge.

Posted on: 11/8 4:07
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Re: Wheel Pinstriping - 1941 Packard 110 Club Coupe
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41 models did not have pin striping. If you look at the original sales brochure you will see. 39 had 3 pin stripes but after that they did not have any.

Posted on: 8/7 3:02
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Re: 1942 packard running boards
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I had my 1941 boards vulcanised by Hunley Acuff in Georgia. Gorgeous! Cost was around $1000. Not sure if he is still with us.

Posted on: 3/26 19:54
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Re: question about modern paint match
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You can buy a set of colour chips on eBay. Right now there is one which features your colour combination. Chips need to be in good condition (not faded) and it should have the formula there. If not, you can go to Dupont to get it.
As for modern material, I used 2-stage Mercedes paint.

Posted on: 2/14 19:02
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Re: 1941 gas tanks
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I bought a nice reproduction tank for my 41 160 from Kepich around 4 years ago. Price, I think was $800. It is very good.

Posted on: 2020/2/7 20:23
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Re: Interior upholstery kits
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Warning! SMS re-made the fabric for my 41. It took over 3 years for them to do it!

Posted on: 2020/2/7 20:12
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Re: 1941 160 Gas tank question
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You could try Keppich Exhausts. I bought a new reproduction from them a few years ago and am very happy with it.

Posted on: 2019/1/17 22:25
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Re: 41 110 running board resto
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If you want the very best job, Hunley Acuff is your man!
His work is gorgeous!

Posted on: 2018/12/3 20:43
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Re: 1941 Roof lining hardware
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Howard, A belated thank you for your help. I am going to talk to a trimmer I know. Hopefully he can shed some light on this mystery. And Mal is going to Hershey, I have asked him to look at any 41s he can find.

Posted on: 2018/10/4 21:10
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Re: 1941 Roof lining hardware
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Thanks guys for the quick response. I'm not with the car just now, but I've asked Peter (Packard) to take pictures. From what I know, my car seems different to the Clipper.

Posted on: 2018/9/28 23:20
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