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  1. Hi Steve: A striking Packard. I have a '33 1002 rumble seat coupe and looking to find a passenger side lockable door handle or lock cylinder. Hard to find!! Russ in Iowa
  2. I need for a 1933 model 1002 Packard, the passenger side door handle which is the locking handle. I could get by with just the lock cylinder. If you can help or need pictures send me a PM at:
  3. Hugh: I had a 1929 Hupp Cabriolet 6 cyl until two years ago. I put a wonderful Mitchell overdrive in which meant new driveshafts. So...I do have an original driveshaft in very good condition in case you need one. Price: $60.00
  4. Robert: I, too, am in need of the window rubber you mentioned. We just bought a 1002. Have you found a source for the rubber?
  5. Hi Bill: I have 20 pics I can send. Contact me. Russ
  6. Beautiful & mostly original PACKARD 120 Club Coupe, 1495, Series 1901. Paint (black), upholstery, chrome, & engine are unusually good for 69 years old. New items attended to during our ownership: electric fuel pump, Hogshair carpets (Hirsch), oil pan & valve cover gaskets, carb mounts, seat belts, turn signals, motor mounts, carb kit, fuel filter, all distributor parts, new fuel regulator, rear pinion seal, water pump re-build, and the radiator was removed and boiled. The over-drive solenoid is not working. The radio and clock do not work. All gauges and heater do function. Beautiful wood grain dash and plastic. Manuals included: owner, shop, & parts. This car was driven summer 2009 to the Nationals in Branson, MO and performed very well with a total of 1045 miles. Contact Russ & Marj Bees, (515) 961-4120 or for pictures. $29,750
  7. Steve: I'm in need of manifolds for a 1935 Chrysler Imperial Airflow. If you can help I would be grateful. Russ in Iowa
  8. Must be in good condition. 515-961-4120 or
  9. BRG in color. Chassis #628498. A ground-up restoration in beautiful condition. The complete process was photographed and pictures are available. The body was stripped to bare metal and then Sikkens Jaguar #6039 base coat/clear coat was applied. The interior biscuit color upholstery is simulated leather and very easy to maintain. New carpets and headliner are in coordinating colors. All interior burl walnut on the dash & window cappings was removed and beautifully refinished. An installed period radio is included. A very functional sliding sun roof makes summer touring comfortable along with the air scoops on each front fender. All gauges operate as they should. The windshield glass was replaced. This MK V has a rare, complete, and original tool kit which are very expensive today to replace. The trafficators are completely functional, but for safety modern turn signals have also been added. Front seat belts, while not original, were again added for safety. Most of the chrome was removed and replated. A working original heater is included. The drive-train components are original with matching numbers. The 3.5 litre engine, #Z3027, was totally mechanically & cosmetically restored along with the starter, SU carburetors, generator, water pump and etc. The radiator was rodded out, boiled, and repaired. The transmission, #JH4011, was disassembled and all wear parts replaced. The brakes have been totally rebuilt. A new Mitchell overdrive unit has been added which gives excellent cruising speed and lower rpms. Stone guards have been added to the headlamps. The gas tank was restored by Renu USA. Improved after market air filters have been installed and the original air manifold and filter come with the car. Two radiator caps, one plain, and one for show (the leaping cat) are included. Overall, the original fender skirts gives this car a more formal & classic appearance. An owner's manual and very rare and original shop manual is included. This restored car has never failed to win an award including Best of Show award at numerous car shows around the country. I may be contacted by phone (515) 961-4120 or e-mail: The car is located in central Iowa. Asking $42,500.
  10. I am trying to find shackles and bushings for the front springs on my '35 Chrysler 8 cyl. Airflow. Also, need the strainer basket at the oil pump in the pan. Must have good screening. or 515-961-4120
  11. Generator, Delco Remy, 1102745, OG7 $35. Distributor, AutoLite, G4026 A 10P $40. Distributor, Delco Remy, 1110811 8E18, no cap $35. Bumper Brackets, pair, complete, rear, Packard 120 $60. Senior side mount cover, 30s, left side, front, tire cover and back pieces $150. Winter front for 20s radiator, medallion says "Packard Motor Co. Winter Front" $100. Luggage corral for running board $20. Sun visor frames (pair) & hardware late 30s? $35. Jack/tool bag like originals from 30s $10. Door escutcheons (4) 30s interior $8 each. Parts catalog, Studebaker 1953-57 & Packard Clipper 1957 $15. Russ Bees, 14527 Summerset Rd., Indianola IA 50125. (515) 961-4120.
  12. I need the strainer basket under the oil pump in the pan on a '35 Chrysler 8 cyl. Airflow Imperial. Also, where to find the spring shackles and bushings on the front of this car. Thanks. Russ
  13. Greg: I have a 1935 Chrysler 8 Cylinder Airflow Imperial and in need of the strainer basket under the oil pump in the pan. Screening must be good. Can you help? I also need the Spring Shackles and bushings on the front of the car. Russ
  14. My 1935 Chrysler Imperial C-2 needs to have the engine rebuilt. Would appreciate suggestions on parts location, rebuilding items to look out for, and just general do's and don'ts. I may be reached at