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Numerous Packard parts - central coast CA
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Rob M
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I am trustee of an estate for a friend who was a longtime Packard collector. He left behind shelves full of parts, mostly relating to the types of cars he had (1937 business coupe hot rod 454, 1940 180, 1941 LeBaron Sport Brougham, 1947 8-passenger limo, 1953 Caribbean, 1956 Patrician). I am only here for the coming week and would love for them to go to a Packard collector rather than just go up at an estate sale where who knows if the right person will show up. There is a spare 356 straight-8 engine (CD503955D - 1941 I suspect for his LeBaron), two transmissions, a cylinder head, manifolds, bell housings, tail light assemblies for the patrician, etc. etc. etc.

Ideally I would prefer to sell them as a lot to an interested collector and because of the volume and variety the price is negotiable, and timing is short. If the vehicles go first I will try to send as many parts as known with the respective cars.

Please get in touch, either at mahorobe@isu.edu or (406)241-1026 (text preferred but calls okay - due to high volumes of spam calls I often don't answer unknown numbers so leave a message). Because of timing, someone who is local or can arrange pickup soon would be ideal. The property is in Nipomo-Arroyo Grande area in CA.

I am in the process of also consigning the cars for sale so if anyone has specific interest in those please do let me know. Titles are being processed into trust so it will be several weeks before those can be signed over but willing to work out an arrangement. The 1941 LeBaron was sold many years ago but the others are available.

Photos can be found in google drive folders here:Packard Parts and Cars

Posted on: 6/12 12:03
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