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(5667) Clipper Custom Hardtop Coupe - Allen Kahl

Model Information
YEAR:
1956
SERIES:
56th
MODEL:
5667
MODEL NAME:
Clipper Custom Hardtop Coupe
VIN NUMBER:
*MISSING*
THEFT NUMBER:
*MISSING*
General Information
STATUS:
Sold
STATUS DATE:
ACQUIRED WHERE:
Charlotte N.C.
ACQUIRED DATE:
ACQUIRED CONDITION:
Fair
OWNED LOCATION:
Salem Al.
OWNED CONDITION:
Fair
ORG DEALERSHIP:
DELIVERED DATE:
Interior Information Exterior Information
INTERIOR CODE:
PAINT CODE:
PAINT NAME:
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
Not bad
EXTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
will need to be repainted
Drivetrain Information
ENGINE SERIAL:
*MISSING*
ENGINE:
374
TRANSMISSION:
twin ultra-matic
Other Information
OPTIONAL EQUIPTMENT:
radio, power brakes dual 4bbl carbs
VEHICLE HISTORY/
PROJECT STATUS:
Bought this car along with 5 others. This car belonged originally to a Packard employee. the story I got was that it
was he that put the 374 and the dual 4bbl setup on it. Also the caribbean twin scoop hood and the senior front clip.
As soon as possible I intend to get it running and driving, then painted. Then I intend to have some fun with it. I
really want to see how this 374 twin 4bbl performs. Update 2/4/28 Well have started on this project. Have removed the
wheels and will be putting new tires on. I hooked up a battery and got lights, but only a click out the key switch.
Waited until the battery was fully charged and tried it again and got nothing although there was a draw on the
battery. I held tension on the fan belt and rotated the fan and got the h-balancer to turn so I know the engine is
free. Removed the gas tank and sent it to the shop for cleaning and sealing. Next on the list is to take it to install
the gas tank when it comes back, then take it to the tire shop to install the brake master cylinder and have him check
the brakes out for pads and drums and see how they are. Once that is complete then it goes to see if it can be made to
live. Weel the carbs are cleaned and the car is running. Had to have the brake booster sent to Ed Strain to be
rebuilt. Am now in the process of shoring up the floors. Have had to have an elec fuel pump put in for the time being.
The car is in color and is home. Am waiting for the interior vinyl to come in.
br /br /Marked as "SOLD" following this post of ALs - http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?
topic_id=75&viewmode=flat&order=ASC&type=&mode=&start=414br /Mal(Ozstatman) 27th July 215
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