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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Hey John,

Sorry for the delay in response. I'm new to the site and thought I' get a note to my email account when a response was posted to mine in the forum. All good, rookie learning curve :), I've now checked the box for "notify me of new posts in this thread"

I have the very same car (with the exception of mine being LHD).

Mine is fairly original with the exception of one repaint (in lacquer) in the original color, new leather in the interior, and turn signals added. It's a blast to drive.

If you need any pics for reference in your resto efforts don't hesitate to reach out.

I completely understand about life's distractions. No worries, it's a hobby not a work project. You'll get back at it at some point.

Jim

Posted on: 2019/4/12 6:38
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Posted on: 2019/4/12 10:12
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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1935 STD 8 Jim,
for including your '35 Eight Coupe in the Packard Owner's Registry.

Looks very nice, a lot better than this one that sold at Auction in Australia early this year for $7,500AUD(About $5,300USD).

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Posted on: 2020/10/23 20:51
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Wow, Jim's looks beautiful in the register. Would love to be making progress with mine, but it is stagnating, unfortunately. Mal, did you ever find out who bought the auctioned one? Or where it went?

Cheers, John

Posted on: 2020/10/23 21:31
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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JMc wrote:...Mal, did you ever find out who bought the auctioned one? Or where it went? Cheers, John
John,

No, sorry don't know who bought it. But seeing I'm currently knee deep in Packards(Nine or is it ten, I've lost count!) going to auction next month from the same consignor as the Robertson Auction, I will make some enquiries.

Posted on: 2020/10/23 22:35
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Hang in there John, you'll get to it. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help. Good luck

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Posted on: 2020/10/24 17:27
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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Jim, that looks so clean without the sidemounts. You got a very nice car! What kind of overdrive do you have on yours?

Posted on: 2020/10/24 20:03
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Posted on: 2020/10/24 20:39
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Re: John's 1935 1201 Coupe for Two or Four Passengers, RHD in Tasmania
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John,

After talking previously to Mark at Liddens with no result. Mentioned it to Adam today when there with Peter Packard, who was at Liddens closely eyeballing the '24 143 Eight Cylinder Tourer. Adam advised he knew the guy who had bought the '35 Eight Coupe, phoned him and put me on the line, sounds like a good guy. I'll email you his contact details. Also, as Secretary of the club, took the opportunity to try and sign him up as a member. Apparently he also has an earlier Packard as well as other "old" cars.

Posted on: 2020/10/27 20:29
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