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My 1936 120 convertible sedan
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KMcoldcars
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I keep working on redoing the paint and upholstery on my Packard. The rear section upholstery is all installed. All the front upholstery is made, ready to install, except the front carpet. I also need to make the top and the top boot.
Today the rear fenders were put on, making the rear of the car look complete. I still need to finish stripping the front fenders and paint them, plus paint one hood section and the radiator shell, and paint the underside of the running boards, and paint the wheels.
Hopefully I will be driving it by the end of summer.

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Posted on: 6/8 21:30
1936 Packard 120 convertible sedan
1916 Ford Model T Coupelet
1962 Thunderbird
2000 Corvette convertible
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Re: My 1936 120 convertible sedan
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Ross
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Excellent progress--and I love the color.

Posted on: 6/9 6:47
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Bob J
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So exciting for you! It will be such a thrill to run it down the road all done up. I hope you do get it going this summer, looks like you got the big items in hand and just straightforward items to go. Nice!

Posted on: 6/9 7:28
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KMcoldcars
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The color is a stock 1936 120 color. Itis called Trianon Green Metallic. I have a set of paint chips for the 1936 120 and had the local paint store mix up a batch for me.

Posted on: 6/9 8:11
1936 Packard 120 convertible sedan
1916 Ford Model T Coupelet
1962 Thunderbird
2000 Corvette convertible
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packardsix1939
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Car looks absolutely stunning. Best of luck to you in completing the restoration. I once saw another 1936 120 Convertible Sedan in this same color many years ago in a Connecticut restoration shop. Sadly, the owner passed away shortly after it was finished. I had an opportunity to buy it, but unfortunately it was way out of my price range. Please post more photos as you make progress. Would love to see them.

Posted on: 6/9 10:26
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humanpotatohybrid
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Very nice! Sounds like it's coming along well. I agree the color is excellent, very pretty and fits the car well.

Posted on: 6/9 12:55
Owner of '55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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flackmaster
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Looking fantastic Keith...carry on.

DAF (just don't drop the trunk rack onto the bumperettes...move them outboard first.

Posted on: 6/9 20:07
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