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  1. I still have these wheels if anyone needs them. I'd like to get $200 for them and I can deliver within 200 miles of Detroit for cost of fuel
  2. Wow, I put this ad up in 2016 and now it's four years later and I still have this head. The oil I sprayed on those threads has had plenty of time to work itself in to that rust by now..... Let me know if you can use it. No reasonable offer refused.
  3. Leif, I've got a set of five Packard disk wheels that would look really cool on your ride. You would probably want to cut off the rims and use just the disks, this would allow a huge choice in tires. Make me an offer if your interested, I'd love to see them get used for something. Pics here: http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=11919&forum=8 Todd (tfee16811 at gmail dot com)
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    1923 Disc wheels

    I have six of these wheels and 4 lock rings if you need more. They are 23" in diameter and have a 6" center hole with 5 lugs and are made by Firestone. 4 are in pretty good shape but the last two have rotten rims with good centers. I wasn't sure if they were even for a Packard. See link below for some pictures. Contact me at tfee16811 at gmail dot com if you could use them. Love to see them with someone that has a need for them. Todd http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=19041&forum=1
  5. I have an original Airflow CU head that might make a nice spare for someone. It will require some machining to get it back in working order because the spark plugs were left in and they have rusted in place. I suspect that even if you could get the plugs out by unthreading them they would tear up the aluminum threads in the head. It'd be easier to just use an end mill to cut them out and then helicoil each hole. If you're interested in it for $50 send me an e-mail at tfee16811 at gmail Thanks Todd (Livonia, MI)
  6. I have a pile of parts that need to find new homes, check out the list below and let me know if you're interested in anything. I'm not going to ship any of this stuff so plan on a car ride if there is anything you want. Prices reflect my desire for these parts to be gone quickly. 1940 Graham Supercharger (needs worm gear but is all there) $250 1950's 10x48 Atlas lathe $900 Model AA wishbone (Not sure of model) $25 (4) 1927 Chevy disk wheels $125 1938 Cadillac LaSalle grille (needs repair) $65 Jaguar XK120 grille (aftermarket cast in aluminum) $75 Evinrude engine cover $30 Olds Rocket valve covers $45 Olds emblem attached to rusty hood section $30 Cadillac Meteor hearse emblems $45 Chrysler Airflow aluminum head (spark plugs need to be drilled out and Helicoiled) $50 New Flowmaster Hushpower muffler (never used) $80 Mercury flathead heads (8CM) $25 Singer sewing machine cast legs $10 Unknown rear axle half for table? free For contact info and more pictures of these items go to Detroit Craigslist and look for "rusty garage treasures" and if you are interested respond thru CL email. I also have a pair of 7 bolt wire wheels for a 1930 Packard if interested. Thanks Todd
  7. I saw this on Craigslist this afternoon and thought you guys would be interested: https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/cto/5673042108.html It's not my car and I have no idea who owns it so contact the seller if you want any information on it.
  8. Paul, do you know if it's the same part on a 1929? You may want to contact this seller in Alabama: https://huntsville.craigslist.org/cto/5660656983.html
  9. Those dashboards would have been faux wood painted steel and after they got scuffed up many owners covered them rather than pay to have an artist repaint them. The window trim was finished in the same manor.
  10. Saw this on Craigslist this morning. Genuine Packard trunk in good condition and for a lot less than 3K. Should I buy it for resale purposes? http://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/pts/4368563568.html
  11. I have four 1927 Chevy disc wheels two of which have the rims and hub clamps and two of which are just the discs. These wheels have 3" center holes, 6 bolts on a 5 1/2" BC and are made for a 21" tire. I am not really interested in boxing these up and shipping them so please make plans to drive to Livonia, MI to pick them up. You can reach me at tfee16811 at gmail.com Thanks Todd
  12. I have five of these wheels that I bought about 7 years ago that I no longer need. I paid $100 a piece for them, then spent $25 a piece having them sandblasted only to find out the rims were too far gone on three of them to use. The discs are in very good condition but the rims are mostly junk. The clamps are all pitted but two of them look useable. I have no illusions of getting my money back on these so make me an offer and they are yours. They probably aren't worth the money it would cost to box and ship them so plan on a drive to Livonia MI to pick them up. The rims are 23" in diameter (not including lip), the center hole is 6" and the 5 bolt holes are on an 8" circle. Stamped in to the lip of the retainers is "Firestone 32 x 4 1/2". If these are not for a 226 and you have better info please let me know. If interested please email me at tfee16811 at gmail.com Thanks Todd
  13. Has anyone got an extra spark plug wire loom for a 1930 Standard 8 engine? Todd tfee16811 at gmail.com
  14. McCoy, Don Sommers of American Arrow can supply you with a cap: American Arrow Don Sommer These guys can redo your old emblem: Olds-Packard-Peugeot emblems Wire wheels are harder to find but don't forget that they were also used on Franklins (7 lug only) so check eBay for them that way. Hope that helps a bit
  15. Nice to see a place for woodies on the AACA! Though I'm not a member of the NWC I do own a Ford Depot Hack and am currently working on building a 1930 Packard Estate Wagon. My original plan was to build a 734 speedster sedan out of my 733 but the project seems to be moving towards a wood body instead. My original sedan body is toast having been modified badly sometime in the distant past. Packard progress can be found here: Packard Motor Car Information - Todds 1930 733 7P Sedan [Packard Forums - Project Blogs] The depot hack is finished and I drive it around on occasion but it's a scary ride and with the exhaust dump at my feet I always end up smelling like a muffler when I get out. It sure gets some funny looks though.
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