Ozstatman

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  1. Was it the one in this thread? Pic from thread below.
  2. Possibly Packard cam followers and cover.
  3. I think most of us here can remember that.
  4. Or this one from Gary Puckett? Lady Willpower
  5. Spinneyhill supplied the answer in this thread
  6. Or this even older thread may provide something.
  7. Try this old thread. Almost complete car, might still be available?
  8. Craig, Thought the same as you, that it looked like a Gemini. This from WIKIPEDIA
  9. You could try Headlight Headquarters. This contact info is from the Old Car Network Website Headlight HeadquartersDonald I. Axelrod Specializes in complete headlight units, lenses and parts for 1914 to 1939 American cars (no Fords). Maintains want list for headlights and parts not in stock.35 Timson St.Lynn, MA 01902781-598-0523by appointment only
  10. For what? Need to be more detailed in your request.
  11. Our Packard Club attended a Warbirds day a couple of years back at Temora in Southern NSW Australia. First pic is Packard Merlin powered Spitfire lined up with our Packards.
  12. Possibly Model A Ford? Looks like a filler cap on top of cowl.
  13. Theo, Try Classic and Exotic.
  14. Some discussion here about differences between the V8's Packard supplied to Hudson and Nash.