Highlander160

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About Highlander160

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  1. 1932 PACKARD 901 902 903 OEM Fender

    1932 901 or larger. A 900 had the light on the fender. It may be coupe or roadster but I really can't tell due to the picture angles.
  2. 1947 Super Clipper

    Still available. May be at Hershey in the Orange Field, or seen running all over town like last year. Clear title in my name, no paper worries.
  3. 1947 Super Clipper

    Already wired above the headliner. Yeah, I do think that far ahead. As to the dash, if you mean the chrome, no. If you mean the grain, maybe. Essentially one could simply stop with the new harness and enjoy a decade or more of carefree cruising. However, to each their own ( as Mrs Oleary said before she kissed the cow).
  4. 1947 Super Clipper

    Still looking for a new home. I wish I had the time and space to keep it but...
  5. 1949 Packard Super Eight Sedan

    I'm curious about the chrome knob attached right on the column.
  6. 1949 Cadillac 331 eng and trans

    This was pulled from a 47 conv. You know you want an OHV engine in yours, right? Go ahead, I won't tell.
  7. 1949 Cadillac 331 eng and trans

    This is a 49 331 pulled from great running car then stored indoors and heated for quite a while. Not stuck, (turns over really easy) has starter, distributor, a new fuel pump (from back then), water pump, manifolds, dent-free script valve covers. A compression test showed 95-100 on 6 of the cyls, nos. 1 and 8 showed 80 and 85 which proved to be stuck valves. A complete Hydramatic is still attached. I'm asking $700. I'll check anything you'd like, just ask. I can be reached here by PM or: highlander809@gmail.com 734 637 1421, text ok or leave a voicemail plz Pics are huge, click for additional clarity and detail:
  8. 1947 Super Clipper

    About 80 trouble free miles, almost all interstate, to attend the CCCA meet in Dearborn last weekend. Held a steady 65 MPH with no complaint or issue. I'm always open to a sincere and reasonable offer.
  9. 1947 Super Clipper

    "So what does the lame offerings with small motors and synthetic interiors have that I don't have?" the graceful 47 Super asked me a couple days ago. "I don't know honey, I really don't. I think when Mr. & Mrs. Right comes along they'll wonder why they didn't find you sooner." "Why don't you let me live here for good?" "Well, I would, and in fact we've been having a ball right? So why wouldn't we want to share that with others who can adore your green eyes and plush wool wardrobe?" "I guess, but I like it here. You take good care of me." "I like you here too. Don't worry dear, I'm not going to give you away, but until someone finds they can't live without your charms it's you and me. Fair enough? "Fair enough. Where are we going?" "I thought you might like to stretch those 127 inch legs again and take me and Mrs. Highlander to breakfast, and maybe cruise around the countryside a little." "I can't wait! Let's go!" as she flashes that big pretty smile.
  10. 1947 Super Clipper

    It just begs to be driven. Might do the cruise night scene tonight if weather holds out. Somebody will get a dream Clipper when they grab this.
  11. 1947 Super Clipper

    Still available. Been driving the wheels off of it! Ok, not missing any wheels but you get it, right? It finally needed a pint of oil since last Sept and about 1200 miles maybe (?), didn't record it when I got it. She's getting a couple upgrade to her in short order. That means I'll be much more firm on price, but it also means a better car. You pick. Thanks for looking in on it again.
  12. 1947 Super Clipper

    Just rolled another 38 miles in her today including some freeway time. Gotta be careful, it runs up to 70 way too easy! Ran about 170-180 the whole time, oil pressure sits right at 40+, nice to see the amp gauge telling us that the regulator works as it should. Dag nab it that O/D is nice!
  13. CAR PARTS for sale in TRI-STATE AREA

    There's also Mi, IN, OH. Hmmm...
  14. 356, 359, 288, and 327 Aluminium head new Edmund SOLD

    Did you ever sell the head or manifold? I may have a friend that has interest in both or perhaps just the manifold. It would go on a 41 160 Bus Cpe. Yes, a real one, not a club missing the back seat
  15. WTB Jack for 1934 Standard Eight

    You tell em Dave! I've never met a 34 8 I didn't like. Less the haughty air of a 12 it might be the best Packard model ever. Did you find a jack? Just curious...