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Parting out 48/49/50 Touring Sedan
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I just got a 48/49/50 parts car. Happy to part it out at fire sale prices. The seats are trashed, but not bolted in any longer and ready to go to a new home. Car has Ultramatic tranny. Its pretty complete. Let me know your needs!

Posted on: 2018/9/4 16:38
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NEED DRIVER QUALITY WHEELCOVERS. Thanks, Packardtaximan

Posted on: 2018/9/4 20:12
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We should be able to help you but we need to know your exact model and does your rims have the clips for the hubcaps or not.

Please call 1-800-526-1096 and ask to be transferred to our Packard Department.

Thanks
James From
Kanter Auto Products

Posted on: 2018/9/5 9:53
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Sorry, does not have any wheel covers.

Posted on: 2018/9/5 11:05
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Hello!

I have a 48 and am looking for:

1) Overdrive cable ( Cable that runs from knob assembly to transmission )

2) Windshield wiper control w/ functioning cable - I think they are specific to this year?

3) Passenger side front door hinges

Let me know if you have these parts and what you are looking to get for them. Feel free to PM me.

Thank you!

Posted on: 2018/9/5 13:57
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Re: Parting out 48/49/50 Touring Sedan
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Owen_Dyneto
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22nd and 23rd series use hub caps, not wheel covers. Post war wheel covers made their appearance in 1951.

Windshield wiper cable control is specific to the series, 22nd series differing from 23rd series.

Posted on: 2018/9/5 14:18
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No cars of this era use hubcaps. The hubcaps are the small caps that cover the front spindles which at one time were also decorative but the name stuck when cars went to partial, then full wheelcovers. This area had wheelcovers but they were partial.

Posted on: 2018/9/6 11:23
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Disagree, cars of thru the 23rd series used hub caps; look at the heading in the 48-54 Part List under 19.002 you'll see the expression "Hub Cap" used in addition to wheel shell cover. The cap over the spindle and bearing is called a Front Hub Dust Cap. Splitting hairs I suppose.

Posted on: 2018/9/6 11:37
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Yes, I know and the term has become synonymous with any decorative cover on a wheel but an actual hub cap covers the hub, not any part of the wheel.

Posted on: 2018/9/6 11:55
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I have a 1950 Series 23 Deluxe Eight touring sedan. I need the right rear window wind wing chrome with good finish and the pivot pin securely attached. I do not care about the glass. If you have one please send me a photo and the price including shipping.
Fred Puhn
425 Shell Ave.
National City, CA 91950
(619)475-1155

Posted on: 2018/9/6 15:24
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