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  1. I don't currently have photos. There are many spark plugs, gaskets, rings , screws, switches, wires..most brand new and in their original packaging. There are cabinets lining a two car garage filled. Also a Packard transmission, and 4 wire wheels for Packard. We are trying to get a list together.
  2. My uncle collected auto parts, both new and used, for many years. When he closed his auto parts store, many of the leftover items ended up in his garage( mid 80's). Someone with time and energy could probably make a fortune selling these at flea markets or on eBay . I would like to find someone interested in buying the "lot" . Parts for cars from the 30's thru early 80's. Several old Packard parts. Anyone interested and wanting additional information, please private message me.
  3. The owner has shown and discussed with an appraiser and is reducing the asking price to $78,000.00. A couple of items not previously mentioned; but, noted by the appraiser are the split front seat and the fact that the engine was rebuilt, not replaced.
  4. Owner has reduced her asking price to $195,000.00
  5. Adding a photo of the ID plate and the Flying Lady hood ornament. We will entertain all reasonable offers.
  6. For Sale: 1931 833/467 5 passenger Victoria Opera Coup with a straight 8 engine that has been completely reconditioned. The wheelbase is 134". It has factory added 1932 front and twin tail lights, pilot lights in front, cloisonne crank hole cover, 3 door hood, v radiator shell, headlight bar, wire wheels and outside horns. It was originally purchased 11/25/31 in Queens County, NY. In addition to the outside horn, it also has Spartan horns that play "How Dry I Am". Has been owned and driven by a single owner for the last 25 years and is kept in a heated garage. Asking price is $195,000.00 will consider reasonable offers.
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    One of a kind?

    New pictures. Also, I found a listing for this vehicle in the 1991 Packard registry. The description in the registry describes this as a one of a kind. Is that a reliable source?
  8. Cynthia

    One of a kind?

    I've got additional information. The lights are pilot lights, not Trippe. In addition to the outside horn, it also has Spartan horns that play "how dry I am". The wheelbase is 134". I got some really good pictures today, and will upload when I get back to my computer.
  9. Cynthia

    One of a kind?

    Some more views -
  10. Cynthia

    One of a kind?

    It belongs to my aunt and I am doing some research for her, as she is not computer ready. I will take some additional pictures in a couple weeks. My uncle purchased it years ago from someone in OH. I spoke to her and she is not sure what Trippe lights are, but, these turn with the wheels when driving. The body style is 467 with a straight 8 engine that has been completely reconditioned.
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    One of a kind?

    I'm reading up on the Packards. Want to learn more about this one. The info I have is that it is a 1931 833 5 passenger Victoria Opera Coup. It has factory 1932 front and twin tail lights, pilot lights in front, cloisonne crank hole cover, 3 door hood, v radiator shell, headlight bar,wire wheels and outside horns. It was originally purchased 11/25/31 in Queens County, NY. Are there others out there like this? This one runs and I believe it is listed in the Packard registry.
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