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Found a gem!
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37Blanche
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I was cleaning out a box from the trunk that had collected over the many years as the car passed through my family and came across the original rear name plate. Its is now back in the intended spot! The smaller things in life that bring a smile to one's face.

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Posted on: 2023/10/26 8:26
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Re: Found a gem!
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Bob J
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Fantastic!
...and other than the hub caps, the only external brand name on the car! At least on my 37. Of course there is the name on the engine's head and the VIN plate, but they really used the grill shell as their trademark.
Bob J.

Posted on: 2023/10/26 9:07
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Re: Found a gem!
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TxGoat
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My '37 120 lacks any external badging other than the small bumper plate and the hubcap lettering.

Posted on: 2023/10/26 9:12
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Re: Found a gem!
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Don B
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Very nice! Sometimes finding those little details just make your day.

Posted on: 2023/10/26 9:33
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Re: Found a gem!
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BigKev
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Only on the hubcaps and trunkrack emblem on my '37 115-C.

Posted on: 2023/10/26 12:04
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Re: Found a gem!
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CartRich
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Just hub caps on my '37 115C Sports Coupe.

Posted on: 2023/10/29 12:57
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Re: Found a gem!
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bullsh--ter
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On my 37 I always wondered who would have drilled those holes in the bumper. Now I know what should be in there and will be looking for one.

Posted on: 2023/10/29 13:17
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Re: Found a gem!
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Wat_Tyler
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IIRC on the bathtub Customs, it doesn't say "Packard" anywhere. On the outside. There is the horn button inside.


But it's been a lotta decades since I had my arse in one of those.

Posted on: 2023/10/29 13:22
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Re: Found a gem!
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flackmaster
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Could be a respectable donation to the website would result in this in your mailbox....

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Posted on: 2023/10/30 17:04
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