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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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Joe Santana
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E-Z-On Auto Tops makes your top.
https://ezonauto.gahh.com/media/ezon2019catalog/index.html?page=44

There are more codes to look up and options to choose.

I ordered mine unfinished (getting the larger convertible sedan top took phone calls, but they did have the pattern) so that my upholstery shop could fit the snaps and hems where it was right for my car. I had my skinny chrome framed rear window, so a blank curtain was ordered and the shop finished the installation. The upholstery shop ordered the top. The catalog above is for coupe convertibles, so you can get a good idea of price (once you figure out the options).

The explanation of options and codes is on Pages 3-4 of the catalog.

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Posted on: 2020/6/1 10:14
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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NEVER!! Chris

Posted on: 2020/6/1 14:00
'If you think you can, or you think you can't - you're right!' Henry Ford.
1939 Packard Six, Model 1700
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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JWL
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My 115C, much like your 120C, had Packard Cream exterior, red leather interior interior and red striping. The carpeting was a gray colored hog's hair type. The junior Packards had wheel color the same as body color. I had the wheels powder coated red, to match the striping, with a Packard Cream striping. A most attractive combination.

P.S. The top was a light tan color. I have seen another 115C with the same body color as mine, but with black leather interior and black top. I think red and tan is a better look.

Posted on: 2020/6/2 10:46
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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ElGroucho
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JoeSantana wrote:
E-Z-On Auto Tops makes your top.
https://ezonauto.gahh.com/media/ezon2019catalog/index.html?page=44

There are more codes to look up and options to choose.

I ordered mine unfinished (getting the larger convertible sedan top took phone calls, but they did have the pattern) so that my upholstery shop could fit the snaps and hems where it was right for my car. I had my skinny chrome framed rear window, so a blank curtain was ordered and the shop finished the installation. The upholstery shop ordered the top. The catalog above is for coupe convertibles, so you can get a good idea of price (once you figure out the options).

The explanation of options and codes is on Pages 3-4 of the catalog.


Thanks Joe, I'll check it out. Nice ride you got there!

Posted on: 2020/6/3 19:33
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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Frank
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wow
this is so beautiful car. I like it

Posted on: 9/16 6:46
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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I like cars, especially those that are ratitenye. And I really want to buy one of these cars, just for myself, this is my cherished desire. To do this, as you know, you need to have enough money. I found a way to make money for my dream

Posted on: 9/22 2:19
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Re: 1937 120-c interior color
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Frank wrote:
I like cars, especially those that are ratitenye. And I really want to buy one of these cars, just for myself, this is my cherished desire. To do this, as you know, you need to have enough money. I found a way to make money for my dream


Posted on: 9/22 7:43
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