Highlander160

1947 Super Clipper

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IMG_20170708_095302058.thumb.jpg.c4fbcb0305143a298927f9902883ca39.jpgAbout 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. 

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Didn't this car sell to someone on this board? I thought I saw him looking for a bumper guard or something for this car.

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11 hours ago, billorn said:

Didn't this car sell to someone on this board? I thought I saw him looking for a bumper guard or something for this car.

  Ya, it is over in General Discussion heading 1946 and 1947 Packard Super 8 auxiliary bumper guards

 

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Nice car, great owner.  I just decided to keep looking for the right Buick. Stuff happens.  Now everybody still has a chance at a 165 hp Packard.

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Another 21st series Packard begging for a new wiring harness. Replacement means pull the dash. The dash will want to be redone when it is out. The wiring harness threads through the roof and will probably mean a new headliner. Where does it stop?

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On 8/27/2017 at 4:14 PM, dep5 said:

Another 21st series Packard begging for a new wiring harness. Replacement means pull the dash. The dash will want to be redone when it is out. The wiring harness threads through the roof and will probably mean a new headliner. Where does it stop?

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).

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What seems fair on this car? With wool that was $88/yd and $57/yd, never a rust hole, O/D that works perfect, runs like the wind, extensive mechanical service, what are we missing? And, it's not a multiple partied sale. Clear paper in my name and historical info goes with it as well. Too much car for such a low price? Hey, I'll gladly take full boat retail for it but I like leaving "meat on the bone" for the next keeper. These pics were 2 weeks ago. Will listen to reasonable offers.

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