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Auction: Royce G Kershaw Estate, Montgomery, AL, Weds. Feb. 21st, 2024
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58L8134
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Posted on: 2/14 10:42
.....epigram time.....
Proud 1953 Clipper Deluxe owner. Thinking about my next Packard, want a Clipper Deluxe Eight, manual shift with overdrive.
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Re: Auction: Royce G Kershaw Estate, Montgomery, AL, Weds. Feb. 21st, 2024
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That engine is 288-cid with a front motor mount, so it is from 1948 to 1950.

Posted on: 2/14 11:33
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Re: Auction: Royce G Kershaw Estate, Montgomery, AL, Weds. Feb. 21st, 2024
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58L8134 wrote:
Specific Packard lots:
A '41 Clipper parts car:
https://bids.auctionbypearce.com/auctions/29594/lot/3655535-1941-packard-body
Steve


A Clipper parts car........where is Wat and Fred? After being under house arrest for so long, Fred is probably ready for a road trip!!

Posted on: 2/14 16:41
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Re: Auction: Royce G Kershaw Estate, Montgomery, AL, Weds. Feb. 21st, 2024
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Leeedy
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ECAnthony wrote:
That engine is 288-cid with a front motor mount, so it is from 1948 to 1950.


Sorry to learn that Royce has passed. Years ago when I visited with Royce and Knox (the brothers) they had a 1956 Caribbean convertible and at least one other. At that time, they also owned a very unusual racing Duesenberg, "The Mormon Meteor" which has turned up at shows and in magazines of more recent years. I got to start it and sit in it.

Their business manager (a fellow named Mahoney) also had a 1956 Caribbean convertible that I got to drive. I understand that it was sold years ago.

Wondering what happened to all those other Caribbeans?

Hmmmmmm.

Posted on: 3/31 17:32
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