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ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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ElGroucho
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Hoping to track down a rear frame molding for a 120-C. Inside and out. Either the coupe or the larger sedan is fine. Hoping to order the convertible top fabric soon and would like to have a frame to install along with it. Thanks

Posted on: 2020/7/30 22:58
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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Dell
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Hi; I have two, will send the sizes.

Posted on: 2020/7/31 9:36

35-1200 touring sedan
42-110 convertible coupe
48-2293 station sedan
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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ElGroucho
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Right on! Thanks

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Dell wrote:
Hi; I have two, will send the sizes.

Posted on: 2020/7/31 10:04
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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Dell
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El Groucho; Size is 24 1/2 x 7. One is in very good shape and could be used as is with glass and very good chrome. Second one has broken glass and needs to have the chrome redone. I am not sure what size was used in 37 and what you plane to with the convertible coupe. Dell PS you will need to replace the screws with polished stainless steel.

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Posted on: 2020/8/1 19:14

35-1200 touring sedan
42-110 convertible coupe
48-2293 station sedan
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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JohnMichael
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Do you still have one of these I need one and can rechrome it. Main thing is that it is 7” width across whole frame. My old one is 24 5/8 x 7

Posted on: 11/10 22:51
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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Dell
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I will see if I still have it. Dell

Posted on: 11/10 23:09

35-1200 touring sedan
42-110 convertible coupe
48-2293 station sedan
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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Dell
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I must have sold it as can not find. Did take a picture of my friends 120c which has a 5 1/2 inch which must be wrong as it looks odd. Do you have by chance have a usable 16 inch extra usable wheel that can be used for a spare. Thanks Dell

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Posted on: 11/11 20:07

35-1200 touring sedan
42-110 convertible coupe
48-2293 station sedan
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Re: ISO a 1937 120-C convertible rear window frame moldings
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Will Rose
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I have a 120 Convertible Coupe rear window frame molding. 24 1/2"X 7". Also have many other 1935-1937 120 Packard parts. Go to my website at rpland.com/packardparts. Over 200 pics of these parts and many others parts too many to list. Will Rose, text or call 210-260-5646, email: will@rpland.com

Posted on: 11/12 3:30
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