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Tom Laferriere

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About Tom Laferriere

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  • Birthday 01/17/1967

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    Smithfield, RI
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  1. 1941 Packard 160 DE Convertible Coupe Vehicle No. DE-1479-2015Engine No. D500663 Series 1903. 160 hp, 356 cu. in. L-head inline eight-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 127 in. For 1941’s Nineteenth Series models, Packard extensively modernized the car’s styling, lengthening all bodies by five inches, moving radiators further forward, and blending the headlamps and parking lights smoothly into the fenders. Ou
  2. Full photoshoot at the link. https://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1915-oakland-model-37-speedster/
  3. After 7 years of enjoyment, I have decided to sell my Oakland Speedster. Chassis no. 383999 Engine no. X75381 40 hp, 192.4 cu. in. Northway L-head inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle, semi-elliptical front and 3/4-elliptical rear leaf spring suspension, and rear-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 112 in. Oakland is well-remembered as one of the founding marques of General Motors and as the parent of the “junior” Pontiac. Its Brass Era models were noted for their attractive styling, relative lightness, and good perform
  4. I have decided to sell this great Speedster after 7 years of ownership and enjoyment. I am asking $34,500 and its located in Smithfield, RI Chassis no. 383999 Engine no. X75381 40 hp, 192.4 cu. in. Northway L-head inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle, semi-elliptical front and 3/4-elliptical rear leaf spring suspension, and rear-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 112 in. Oakland is well-remembered as one of the founding marques of General Motors and as the parent of the “junior” Pontiac. Its Brass Era models were noted
  5. All the pictures are located at the link. A reasonable offer will most likely get this Dearborn Awarded 1942 Ford Deluxe Station Wagon. https://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1942-ford-super-deluxe-station-wagon/
  6. 1956 Packard Caribbean Chassis no. 5699-1107 Motor no. 5699-1107 Series 5688. 310 hp, 374 cu. in. overhead valve V-8 engine, twin four-barrel carburetors, Ultramatic automatic transmission, front and rear torsion bar self-leveling suspension, and power-assisted four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 127 in. Many consider the 1956 Caribbean to be the last true great Packard – a limited-production automobile, beautifully fashioned to the highest levels of engineering excellence and sumptuous luxury. Packard had refined the previous year’s design, improving the transmiss
  7. Hi All, Planning for a water pump rebuild. We seem to be stuck in how this water pump comes off. Please have a look at this video. I don't have an owners manual or motor manual on this engine, so its challenging us. Your thoughts are appreciated. Thank you, Tom Laferriere
  8. Carl, thank you for the feedback and suggestion. I do shoot through a slightly telephoto lens and on occasion, I see a distortion of sorts. My wide angle is just too wide, so I may have to invest in another lens. I am certainly an amateur photographer (always on the automatic setting) and always welcome feedback from anyone with more experience than me. I will play around with some new lenses, but I do seem to gravitate to this look.
  9. Without doubt, this 1932 Packard 904 Sedan is the ideal preservation class candidate for the 2020 concours season. An original time capsule with unsurpassed originality, this car has not been touched or massaged and has never been publicly displayed. Coupled with its extraordinary provenance including single-family ownership from new until 2009, now is the time to acquire this car for application to 2020 events including Pebble Beach. Unseen, untouched, unparalleled. History from new and ready for use. Please share with your car friends. Located with me
  10. Mike, I listed it in the fall of 2019 for a client. Tom
  11. This is simply a great survivor Packard that was maintained its entire life. It starts easily, runs well, drives and shifts great, stops perfectly, cools and charges. Everything correct under the hood. All lights work and it is simply ready for use when you it shows up in your driveway, however I would put 4 new tires on it before motoring down the road. Motor runs smooth, but is tired. Pictures should tell the story, where else can you get a Packard like this for this price? $14,500 and located in my building in Smithfield, RI. All pictures at link: http://
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