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29 Packard closed coupe rear window
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Looking for pictures and drawings of 29 closed coupe rear window regulator,handle,mechanicals,wood cut out. Any aspec of rear window.picture of handle in place in cubby or rolling up and down.

Much appreciation.

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Pac5,

Here a link to some interior pictures of my 1931. Post #64

Hope they give you some idea on what it looks like

https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... ewtopic.php?post_id=34959

Posted on: 1/29 17:44
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Thank you tom,everything helps.interior wood is gone on mine. Trying to see how water catch pan , regulator (do not now what it even looks like) , widow crank,and mounting brackets all fit together. I was hopping the regulater would be exposed. I have no regulator , widow crank,track or wood there.im probably going to have to fabricate.

Thank you again tom

Any other help out there would be appreciated.

Posted on: 1/30 10:09
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Hey there,
I have an original 1929 Seven Passenger Sedan. The passenger side has a clock and a pen and paper wallet in a slot. The drivers side holds a combination cigar lighter and dual ashtrays. I can send you color pics of whatever you need. I am doing a ground up restoration, but I am focused on the frame and engine so the body is setting and collecting dust...lots of dust. Let me know what you need pics of.
John Wogec

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My 28 is similar. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any other wood shots as I am still framing.

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John thank you for the reply. Right now im looking for pictures on roll up back window. I dont think the sedans did that.but the parts forward are same as coupe and i may need help going forward. If you dont mind me asking later.

Thank you very much.
Rick and Sarah.

Posted on: 2/1 21:36
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rrhorton thank you for replying. That is about what i have. The coupe is swiss cheese and the wood is dried and all fell out.intior is gone. But i can't let it die so all i have is tin . I have enough rear wood to figure it out.some rumble seat floor tin pictures would help. As i get into cab ihave nothing.so i want to get some moch up befofe i pull tin. Do u have a picture of the widow regulator and the piece of wood its mounted on. I have none of that and will have to make. Please take more pics of surrounding wood up to doors also.at yor convenience

Sorry for rambling
Thanks rick and Sarah (daughter/helper)

Posted on: 2/1 22:04
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Please note that my car is a 526 sedan but I believe the rear side windows may be the same less dimensions.

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Posted on: 2/2 15:10
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From the picture you sent earlier i thought you had a coupe also. but the back window i guess is just like a rear side window. That regulator looks mighty shiny is that a new piece or reconditioned.if new where did you get it. May need some dimensions later if thats ok And more wood joint shots.

Thank you Rick and Sarah

If any one has a coupe still need some wood shots of back of cab.

Please.

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I assume that you have a 4 pax Opera Coupe.
If so the rear side windows should be the same as mine. Only difference is the lack of rear doors meaning the front door pillar is straight not curved to allocate for the rear wheel well.

Posted on: 2/2 21:07
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