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Re: Newest Articles
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All of the "Exploded" part plates from the 41-47 Clipper Master Parts Manual have been added to the Photo Archive for quick reference.

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Posted on: 2008/12/4 13:42
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1954 Packard Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan -> Registry | Project Blog

1937 Packard 115-C Convertible Coupe -> Registry | Project Blog
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1957 Clipper and 1955-57 Studebaker Chassis Parts Catalog

Thanks to Al (Acolds) for the donation of this content.

Posted on: 2008/12/5 3:06
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1954 Packard Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan -> Registry | Project Blog

1937 Packard 115-C Convertible Coupe -> Registry | Project Blog
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Well I was all ready to start scanning the 1946-1950 Service Manual that Acolds was kind enough to send me for scanning, but noticed it stamped on the last page "Reprint by Small World Press, Dundas, MN". Are they still in business? There is no copyright stamp on it. But if they are still in business and actively sell this then I dont want to step on their toes. Any input valued.

Also I notice the format on this (aprox 5.75 x 8.5) book is like a condensed paperback rather that the 8.5 x 11 holepunched style I have been in the factory mechanics version that are held together with brads. Was this a style Packard sold?

If this falls into the out of bounds arena, then does anyone has an original 1946-1950 Service Manual available for scanning? This is one of the missing gaps here on the website.

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Posted on: 2008/12/6 16:53
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1954 Packard Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan -> Registry | Project Blog

1937 Packard 115-C Convertible Coupe -> Registry | Project Blog
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I haven't seen the holepunched version you have. The only originals I have seen is the individual smaller booklets. Single subjects (body, chassis, trans, etc etc) in volumes stored in a hard slipcover type box.

Posted on: 2008/12/6 17:08
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Well the holepunched versions I am talking about are like the 1951-54 and 1955-56 Shop Manuals. Where they were designed to be taken apart and have updates added to them, or they were stored in a 3-ring binder. The Parts List (going back all the way to 1935) were also in this format.

So that is why the 1946-1950 I have in through of be has me wondering on it's format. Not sure if that was done by the reprinter.

Posted on: 2008/12/6 17:22
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My Memory of car dealer parts books were that they were about three feet long or more. This was before computer or micro film versions I think the term was micro-fish. The books I remember which were from local dealers which were also gas stations. These books were the hole punch type with long rods holding them together. I can remember going to some dealers later and asking for old parts and the dealer would have to go look at the old book rather than the new microfilm or computer screen to see what the part number was. This was the day of the dealer ships which were something and son or something brothers. Guess this dates me but the old time guys would a least look for a part now all they say is that's to old we don't have it and can't get it.

Posted on: 2008/12/6 20:43
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1937 Packard "Distinguished Family" Brochure

Thanks to Gerd (Gusha) for the donation of this content.

Posted on: 2008/12/11 23:38
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1954 Packard Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan -> Registry | Project Blog

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1934 Accessories Information
Thanks to Dave Czirr (Owen Dyneto) for the donation of this content.

1937 Six and 120 Accessories Brochure
Thanks to John Lawrence for the donation of this content.

Posted on: 2008/12/29 17:56
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1954 Packard Clipper Deluxe Touring Sedan -> Registry | Project Blog

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Just a comment for Clipper47. The six was different for the 21st series cars. Engines with serial numbers above F-35000 are of the new type.

Posted on: 2008/12/29 18:38
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1949 Club Sedan
1947 Custom Sedan
Completed a book on the 22nd & 23rd series cars
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