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Re: 1941-2-6-7Clipper rocker moldings for 127" W.B.
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Joe Santana
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Maybe check with these guys on the best way to ship and the cost
https://www.packardmotorcar.com/index.php/trim-strip/
I had to ship much shorter front section exhaust pipes from a ‘61 Jaguar. I wrapped in foam and bubble wrap and named it The English Patient. John Kepich used to ship exhaust systems, Don, but they came in 3 pieces. Why aren’t you doing that?

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Re: 1941-2-6-7Clipper rocker moldings for 127" W.B.
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His tail pipe is 10'-7" plus the container, so nearly 11'. I think that it's the length which is killing him.


No container - just the pipe with a label on it - but it's the length. Try getting a quote an the rocker trim pieces and you may be surprised! Last year it was far, far cheaper than it is now.



Depends on where it's going, too.

Posted on: 6/4 9:23
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Re: 1941-2-6-7Clipper rocker moldings for 127" W.B.
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The fact is, I still have a pair of lovely Clipper outside rocker moldings. Don't be scared, be creative. Relays, friends, pick up at Hershey. Going without or spending more on repairs isn't an option, or is it?

Posted on: 6/7 7:58
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