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Identification
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Patrick
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Hello,
I just bought a Packard 120 supposed to be from 1941 but I have a doubt. Can someone see in the USA the origin of this car with the following numbers :
Firewall number : < 577I59 >
Sérial number : 265 EJ 107344
Engine number : U5EG107344
Engine block number : 9.13.38
32-385
Thank you to anyone who wants to help me

Posted on: 7/27 1:39
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Maybe better posting in the forum appropriate for the year. This is for 1957-1958 Packards.

Posted on: 7/27 2:04
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Ozstatman
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Patrick,

Besides Don's comments, I can add that photos will help in the identification, especially of the vehicle data plate - some of those numbers quoted are "strange". The firewall number, I think, is in the range for '41 Packards but what I assume is a casting date seems to indicate an engine change at some stage. The engine and serial numbers are ?????

Posted on: 7/27 2:29
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As others have said, please post in the pre war section, and attach or link to pictures of the numbers and your car/engine.

Posted on: 7/27 6:53
'55 400. Needs aesthetic parts put back on, and electrical system sorted.
'55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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Owen_Dyneto
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Your body serial number <577159> places your car body at about the midpoint of 1941 production. The serial (vehicle?) number and motor number bear no semblance to the standard Packard formats.

Posted on: 7/27 7:49
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