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1954 Packard Pacific Leather Seat Trim Colors
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SLancaster
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I have a 54 Packard Pacific - and it appears to have a light grey/faded white leather trim on the seats. The fabric is dark green with a seafoam green bead/vinyl. Any idea what the color should be for the leather? Thanks in advance.

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Posted on: 3/8 20:06
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Re: 1954 Packard Pacific Leather Seat Trim Colors
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If it is still present, on one side of the glovebox drawer should be an adhesive label where the trim code and paint code is written. If you can find the trim code number, starting around page XVIII in the introduction section of the 48-54 parts manual will be a list showing all fabrics and later on, all leather colors used. You may need to search a bit as some of the 54 codes may be toward the end of the list.

If the label is missing check on page XX for the standard trim combinations available with the Pacific (model 5477) and then compare the numbers with the leather combinations on page XXI. You should be able to figure out your colors by comparing what it looks like you have to what was available.

NOTE: There is a slim chance the car came with a special interior -- not likely but still possible. In that case it would not show on any chart but there might be an unfaded piece of leather under the seat or down in one of the cushion creases where you could get a better idea of color. The only standard combination with green fabric would be code 325 and would have green leather. Again, if a customer requested and styling approved Packard would do a few special combinations. .

Here is what 325 looks like. I had this Pacific in the 80s and interior is a combination of original and new special colored to match the original.

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Posted on: 3/8 20:28
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Re: 1954 Packard Pacific Leather Seat Trim Colors
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G'day SLancaster, to PackardInfo.

I invite you to include your '54 Pacific in the Packard Vehicle Registry.

Posted on: 3/8 21:14
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