Rlamb10769

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  1. Yes, it was Harry Van Iderstine car, it took me two years to get it. There are only two survivors, the other one is in the Gilmore car Museum. There were only 19 sedans made and it was the most expensive Packard in 1930, $6000. i would like to hear from people here of want they think the value of this car is? The attachment is the gas tank cover that shows what the colors will be, black and gunmetal. Also the trunk rack finished. Richard
  2. Working on the carbuator trying to stop the leaks, have already taken it apart three times. First time for me on a two barrel updraft.
  3. Here are some before the restoration.
  4. SOLD
  5. SOLD
  6. This car is ACD certified which means it has the original engine, chassis and body. A fresh restoration completed in October 2016 and shown at two Concours d' Elegance, one at Lake Mirror where it won best in class and the other at the prestigious Amelia Island where it got awarded a Amelia Award. The car is very correct, runs, drives, stops and shifts as good as it looks. Some photos attached, if you would like more please contact me. I would not be selling the Auburn but I found a rare 1930 Packard 734 Speedster and I need the space to restore the Packard.Price $160,000RichardPh. 386-295-7649Email Rlamb10769@yahoo.com
  7. This car is ACD certified which means it has the original engine, chassis and body. A fresh restoration completed in October 2016 and shown at two Concours d' Elegance, one at Lake Mirror where it won best in class and the other at the prestigious Amelia Island where it got awarded a Amelia Award. The car is very correct, runs, drives, stops and shifts as good as it looks. Some photos attached, if you would like more please contact me. I would not be selling the Auburn but I found a rare 1930 Packard 734 Speedster and I need the space to restore the Packard.Price $160,000RichardPh. 386-295-7649Email Rlamb10769@yahoo.com
  8. This car is ACD certified which means it has the original engine, chassis and body. A fresh restoration completed in October 2016 and shown at two Concours d' Elegance, one at Lake Mirror where it won best in class and the other at the prestigious Amelia Island where it got awarded a Amelia Award. The car is very correct, runs, drives, stops and shifts as good as it looks. Some photos attached, if you would like more please contact me. I would not be selling the Auburn but I found a rare 1930 Packard 734 Speedster and I need the space to restore the Packard.Price $160,000RichardPh. 386-295-7649Email Rlamb10769@yahoo.com
  9. Jay, I found one, thanks for your time. Richard
  10. Jay, The dimensions I need are 35 1/2" tall, 21 1/2" wide at top and 22 1/2" wide at bottom. If yours agrees with this please send a photo. Thanks, Richard
  11. Thanks Jay, Not sure where to get the mesh replaced. Richard
  12. Looking for a stone guard for a 30 Packard 734 new or used. I think a 733 is the same. Thanks for your help. Richard rlamb10769@yahoo.com
  13. I am looking for a new or used stone guard for a 30 Packard 734 Speedster, I think it is the same as 733 and others. Any information would be appreciated. Richard email Rlamb10769@yahoo.com
  14. Thank you very much. Richard