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34LaSalleClubSedan

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  1. Is that a early fold down windshield, or does the upper glass tip out?
  2. 3rd car is a 35 LaSalle with the split windshield. 34 had bi-plane bumpers and a flat windshield. Common mistake. They look almost the same otherwise. 35 dash is not as fancy as 34. Also, 34 had a Fleetwood body, and I think 35 Fisher.
  3. Looking for a 1932 Hupp tail light lens with the word HUPP. Other years or models may be the same? Hope you can help. Just need to buy one. Thanks, Jim
  4. I see the price now is 10 grand more. Different seller now???
  5. The great golfer from the 20's & 30's. Gene Sarazen. PMCC at the proving grounds testing who is faster. The Twin Six- V12 Packard, or a golf ball hit by Mr. Sarazen. Its the Macauley Speedster. Thanks Ed, I have never seen such a great pic of the dash before.
  6. The spot light is from the 1960's and put on by the owner in MPLS before it was sold to the fellow in St.Peter in the early 1960's
  7. Not the original upholstery replaced in the late 50's early 60's
  8. The previous owner of the car for sale lived in St.Peter, MN. and owned the car for over 50 years plus. A friend of mine (still alive) sold the car to him in the early 60's? He knows the history of the car before he owned it and sold it to the fellow in St.Peter in the early 1960's
  9. Chrysler had 4 wheel Hydraulic Brakes from the get go in 1924 and never looked back.
  10. Thanks Mike and Ron for the info. I will give it a try. Jim
  11. Does anyone know where I could buy a tool to remove a broken off tap for a 1/4 inch bolt for water jacket plate cover? The block is cast iron. Thanks, Jim
  12. Fender Guide. Aftermarket item, but some manufacturers offered these as Approved Accessories. Packard had these in their Approved Accessories catalog in the 1930's. I had a pair years ago. The top portion that you see was round, red bakelite with a chrome hexagon center looking like a 1920's 30's hubcap. Some where even set up to light up. Fun Stuff
  13. Fender Guide. Aftermarket item, but some manufacturers offered these as Approved Accessories. Packard had these in their Approved Accessories catalog in the 1930's. I had a pair years ago. The top portion that you see was round, red bakelite with a chrome hexagon center looking like a 1920's 30's hubcap. Some where even set up to light up. Fun Stuff
  14. I thought the car might have been located in Australia when I saw the pic
  15. I stand corrected. Thanks. Looks like 1st series with the forks holding the headlights, early 24 front bumper
  16. 1924 Packard model 143....1st year 8 Cylinder....long hood....dual spares
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