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Re: Packard Decoder
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Hmmm... one question. What does a 1092 vs 1092 Deluxe vehicle number look like.
Same with 1094 vs 1094 Deluxe and 1096 vs 1096 Deluxe.

If they look the same, then how does one differentiate between the based on the number alone?

Posted on: 12/6 21:02
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Re: Packard Decoder
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To the best of my knowledge, the 1090 and the 1092 are 138CDs. With the D indicating the deluxe package. I don’t believe there was a 138C.

The 1090 was the “120” seven person limousine. The 1092 was the “120” Severn person touring sedan.

I don’t think the CD should go with the 1090 or 1092.. That designation goes with the 138. Just like a 120 had multiple body numbers, none with a C or CD. They were 120C or 120CD. Ie. The C or CD went with the model number, not the body number.

Posted on: 12/6 21:13
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Re: Packard Decoder
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As the Decoder is right now, my car shows a vehicle number of 1090CD-1279. It should just be 1090-1279.

Hope this all makes sense.

Posted on: 12/6 21:17
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I'm pulling info from this. Which shows the 1090 and 1091 as the 138wb cars.

It's show 1092, 1094 and 1096 C and CD versions.

Just trying to understand how those were differentiate in the vehicle number. If there was no difference, then someone could take a C model and add the extra CD items and pass it off as a Deluxe model?

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Posted on: 12/6 21:29
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Re: Packard Decoder
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Oh, shoot…sorry.

The 1090 is the 138CD limo.

The 1091 is the 138CD Seven person touring sedan. I mistakenly said 1092 before.

Posted on: 12/6 22:58
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Quote:

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Made a fix to the Decoder as the database had the starting production number for 1935-1937 Junior Cars as 101 instead of 1001. That has now been fixed.


Canadian production numbers did start with 100 in that time period.

Posted on: 12/6 23:22
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Re: Packard Decoder
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I just spoke to Flackmaster. He confirmed there is absolutely no difference in the Vehicle Number between C and CD models. You have to inspect the car and look for the physical difference in appointments to verify it is a C vs CD model.

I'll make the changes to the Decoder to reflect all of this.

Posted on: 12/7 9:17
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Re: Packard Decoder
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Right - The C really just indicated a 1937 120.. In 1935, it was just a 120. !936 had the 120B and 1937 it was the 120C. The D just indicated the deluxe option package. The Literature section has a brochure that shows what was included in that package. It was just a collection of options that could also be bought separately.

It was thinks like:
Nickel plated steering column
Banjo steering wheel
Upgraded tail light lenses
Chrome wheel rings
Goddess of Speed hood ornament
Cigar lighter
Clock
Rear seat armrest

And a few more.

Posted on: 12/7 10:06
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Re: Packard Decoder
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Changes made, and many of the missing model photos for 1937 were added.

Posted on: 12/7 10:24
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I also did notice an error on the Model Info Reference on the PAC website when it comes to the 1937 Station Wagon, they have it listed as a 1090 vs a 1070. So that is probably how it got transposed over here.

Posted on: 12/7 10:26
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