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  1. WANTED: 1966 Cadillac convertible. Factory air a must. Very nice, well maintained survivor, or properly restored never rusty car. Nearly perfect car needing top, tires, or maybe a transmission or engine will be considered. Not looking for a bargain, but finest example I can find. Cash waiting! 209 531-3095; danshan1@att.net (California)
  2. 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe Convertible Shows a very believable 51,334 miles. No Rust!. Factory Hemi V-8 with a 4 bbl and dual exhaust making 235 hp. Power Steering, Automatic, Radio, Heater, Power top and full Leather interior. The paint looks original, but it deserves a respray. One of 724 built. Stored indoors in the same building at Sebastopol since 1975. A 1957 California registration shows a Hollywood address, registered on JTF 363 which was probably the original yellow plate. On March 30, 1959, the registration shows the owner was Stanley White in Forestville, CA. The 1961 Regi
  3. The anti-theft number stamped on the right side of the firewall is 734173. The body number 2125-2557 indicates that the cowl donor was the 557th of 5690, 1947 Custom and Super Eight Club (2door) Sedans built on the 127” wheelbase 21st series Packard. The engine #E500149 was cast on 8/14/41, which means it was the 149th engine installed in a 1942 Packard, We think the frame and engine came from the same 1942 Packard , but someone with an old frame specification book will be able to identify it for sure. Daniel
  4. John, Thank you. What is the car in your photo? Do you have other makes?
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    Early Packard A/C?

    Craig, It is not a big deal to change the size of the expansion, and fill valves, then upgrade the flex hoses to use R-134. If you don't want to do your part for the planet you can supposedly buy R-12 in Mexico. Our 41 Coupe with factory air has a FMOCO compressor with a clutch.. The running driving car will be listed on the AACA forum for sale at $23,500 in the next day or so. Daniewl
  6. We have a set of the correct fog lights. LaVine Restorations in Indiana purchased the Yesterday's Radio businness a couple of years ago and can supply the dash plastic you need. Daniel 209 531-3095
  7. Try Bruce Blevins in the Packard Club roster. If you do not belong, let me know and I'll get his contact information for you.
  8. Actually, the entire front clip appears to have a little more paint of a slightly different color on it. $34,500. I'd consider financing it if that will help, Would you like me to send more photos to tempt you further? Did you drive the Cadillac on the CCCA tour into Vancover last fall? Daniel
  9. 1942 Packard Clipper Convertible Custom Super Clipper Eight 180. Strong 356” engine, overdrive, working electromatic clutch, power windows, seat, and convertible top. AM radio, both heaters, chrome steering column, whitewalls and cloisonné hubcaps. Certainly one of a kind, but not likely the factory prototype. A May 23, 1941 Packard or Briggs Body Company photo from the John Conde collection, shows progress toward the 1942 models. In the background is a sideview of a convertible with a quarter window. In the winter 93-9
  10. We are seriously looking for a 1966 Cadillac Convertible. A very nice original is our preference. It must have factory A-C, and I'd prefer a deVille but will consider an Eldorado. Black is our first choice, but other colors will be carefully considered if your car is really nice. Red exterior or interior is not on the list. White interior is not a favorite either. Picky, but do not have to talk to my wife, beg a banker, or sell something else first. I'd also consider a 1970. 209 531-3095 or danshan1@att.net We live an hour north of San Francisco but are willing to travel.
  11. How about a one of a kind 1942 Packard Clipper Convertible?
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