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Heater
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Dbedsole
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The heater in my '37 120 C sedan convertible is a STD. EA Model L-12. Does anyone know what car/model this heater was made for? I do not believe it is Packard, is it a generic aftermarket model?

Posted on: 7/27 7:51
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Re: Heater
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David Patla
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This is the heater that was in my 37 120c which I'll be reinstalling soon.

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Posted on: 7/27 20:29
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Dbedsole
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David - in '37 Packard offered two heaters as accessories the DE LUX model hot water heater and the Std. hot water heater. You have the more costly model - mine is obviously not Packard OEM - see attached.
Thanks for your response.

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Posted on: 7/28 13:34
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