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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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pack36997
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You haven't posted any photos. Even a photo of the first cars at the entrance to the warehouse would be helpful to all. How far in are the 115 and 120?

Posted on: 8/11 13:26
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I have not gotten photos yet. I was supposed to get a group, but other priorities have delayed. The 115c club sedan project is quite far back, great project. You are welcome to call me to discuss my recollection of any particular car/s you might be interested in. 214-549-twelvefifty.

DAF

Posted on: 8/11 22:57
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Trevor
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flackmaster -

I'm about 3 hours south of Utica. I'd be willing to come up on a Saturday and snap a bunch of pictures and try to help catalog if that would be useful. I'm not in the market for any cars but I'd like to help make sure we get as many of them into the hands of people who will love them.

Posted on: 8/12 14:08
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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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John L. Trotter
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1953/54 Packard Conv Please!

Hello,

I sent a text to you earlier but saw that you are wanting email replies via Pinfo, so apologies.

I have been searching for either a '53 or '54 Packard Convertible in solid condition, prefer manual transmission but beggars can't be choosers. I am retired so timing of pickup is not a huge problem - also have my own truck and trailer. Please let me know what you have and how much you are wanting for it. John Trotter - Kingston, TN 865.686.2001

Posted on: 8/13 7:48
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Wat_Tyler
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It is good to see the amount of interest in this horde.

Posted on: 8/15 17:36
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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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DrMorbius
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Hi, if anybody picks up the 1939 Super Eight that was a roll-over I could use the steering gear box - let me know what price you have in mind. Also a horn medallion with the Packard Crest.

Thanks!

Steve

Posted on: 9/2 22:36
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Steve - I will be with the rollover car on Sept 18/19. Can I deliver to Hershey?

DAF

Posted on: 9/2 23:34
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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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DrMorbius
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Hi DAF, I can't make it to Hershey this year - need to pack for a big move at end of October, but is it possible to ship the steering box to my current home?

Thank you,

Steve

Posted on: 9/4 21:55
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Re: PLEASE READ - Packard projects available Now.
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you want just the box? The steering shaft/column kinda comes out as one piece with or without the shifter stuff...

Posted on: 9/4 21:58
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DrMorbius
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Oh, I figured just the box but if you're saying you can't disengage the steering shaft and it only comes together as a unit, well I suppose it has to be that way. I thought the steering box was one piece and the shaft was attached. My mistake, if that's the way it is then that's what I need.

Thanks,

Steve

Posted on: 9/5 22:04
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