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Re: Various CL Pickings
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kevinpackard
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As we learned in trying to rebuild my dad's '38 using a '39 block....the water pump, pulley, and crank pulley are all specific to the '39 Super 8 engine. They are VERY hard to find. Ideally one of the Packard suppliers would pick this engine up and use it as a source for extremely rare parts. Seattle Packard, Packards Southwest, Tucson Packard, Max Merritt and Kanter all come to mind.

-Kevin

Posted on: 7/27 13:59
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Solid looking 1947 Super Clipper in British Columbia, Canada. Does not seem like a car with an extensive service history so will probably require a handful of suspension items and a good tuneup. Some wiring in the engine bay looks a little funny.

Link to Facebook Marketplace

Posted on: 7/27 19:20
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I believe I noted 38 vs 39 previously and was shot down.

I knew old timers who loved the 39 Su8, but I have no place to put stuff like that.

I knew someone who bought an L29 Cord for $50 dollars on condition that the car be driven from Rhode Island to New Jersey. I'll reckon showing up with a $100 bill will take that motor.

Posted on: 7/28 8:01
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A 1956 Patrician

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1956-packard-patrician/


Wow! Looks pretty nice overall, at least to me. Looks like some issues on the front headlight area tho. Would be a lot of mechanical repairs - exhaust, brakes, hoses, Torsion Level, etc. Probably Ultramatic too

Posted on: 7/30 15:12
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r1lark wrote:
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Duncan Michael wrote:
A 1956 Patrician

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1956-packard-patrician/


Wow! Looks pretty nice overall, at least to me. Looks like some issues on the front headlight area tho. Would be a lot of mechanical repairs - exhaust, brakes, hoses, Torsion Level, etc. Probably Ultramatic too


But the pushbutton seemingly works... wow..

Posted on: 7/30 16:18
- Anthony

1955 Packard Clipper Custom
1951 Kaiser Deluxe
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The car was donated when it was only 18 year old and has been in storage since! Yes, it will need a lot of work but has the precious advantage of not having been dicked around with for 50 years.

Posted on: 7/30 18:39
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1946 Packard Chassis with Senior 356 cu. in. engine and transmission. rolling chassis ready to use.

https://dallas.craigslist.org/ftw/pts/ ... e-chassis/7356239805.html

Posted on: 7/30 20:55
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The Roscoe Turner car would be an interesting historical item to have. Maybe it was a factory pick up/delivery?

See this thread about Roscoe and the testing of the 55 25,000 mile car at the PPG.
https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... id=235581#forumpost235581

Posted on: 7/30 21:14
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Let the ride decide wrote:
1946 Packard Chassis with Senior 356 cu. in. engine and transmission. rolling chassis ready to use.

https://dallas.craigslist.org/ftw/pts/ ... e-chassis/7356239805.html



Hmmm, cheap, too. May be too good to pass up.

Posted on: 7/31 5:23
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