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1937 Trunk tool kit
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Larry Reber
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This is the tool kit and jack that was in my 37 115c when I purchased it.

Thought the group would like to see it and recommend any additional tools that may have been delivered with the original car.
LArry

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Posted on: 11/15 21:49
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Neet stuff. What are all the long shafts used for?

Posted on: 11/15 22:36
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I have one of those spanners and maybe the screwdriver. Wondered where they came from and seeing them here, they were likely with one of my prewar Packards!

Posted on: 11/16 2:59
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The fold over is for the jack.
The long one does fit the lug bolts so I think that it was for extra bracing as you tried to loosen the over tightened lug, :)

Posted on: 11/16 14:01
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Quote:

Larry Reber wrote:
The fold over is for the jack.
The long one does fit the lug bolts so I think that it was for extra bracing as you tried to loosen the over tightened lug, :)


Did 37s still have hand crank ability? The kit appears to contain a regular tire and lug removal tool and since the length of the shaft on the top crank like item looks long enough to reach the engine thru the grill, I was wondering if it could have been an emergency crank or if not that, maybe something used to turn the engine when doing timing and needing to position the marks inside the flywheel hole.

Posted on: 11/16 14:33
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The 37 115c does not have an access for hand crank.
So this could be from the previous owners dad who restored earily Packards and I think he owned a 32.

Posted on: 11/16 15:05
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Larry Nice tool set. The only tool missing is the ballpein hammer that would have come with the basic tool set.The jack does appear to be an earlier Packard jack.

Posted on: 11/16 20:46
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