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  1. I have two restorable 1949 or 1950 (not sure) four-door Packards. Both need full restorations both are mostly complete ( all major body, interior, and glass are there) both have straight 8 motors that do turn over freely. Lots of excellent parts, could be restored, or hot rodded. Priced to sell, good deal on one great deal on both. Contact me for prices pictures to be posted soon.
  2. 1938 Packard 120 headlight housings Rare item!! Some rust but no rust throughs. $180 OBO Contact Evan Wolfe (406)671-0474 Looking for a certain part for your vintage auto? Give us a call! We have a variety of new and used parts for many makes and models! Shipping costs will vary on large and heavy parts per UPS shipping zone. Please contact for shipping quote before purchase. If at all possible it is best to ship to a commercial address. ********************* We take every effort to ensure our listings are as accurate as how they were presented to us when we bought this parts collection. We make no reference to any item being in perfect condition, even those listed NOS. Since these parts have been on a shelf for fifty years it is unlikely any are in factory original condition. Buyer, please make every attempt to make sure the part you bid on fits your “condition” temperament. Please feel free to contact me for further information regarding the item you are interested in. ***********************
  3. Hello, I have a 39 Packard SU8 and it has a spin on oil filter adapter setup. 1st time changing the oil and the thread stripped on the filter cartridge. By the time I fixed that I couldn't be certain the direction of the oil filter. The canister sits between the front line near the fan and back line near the dipstick, but I though the filter portion attached to the front line. Logic tells me maybe it doesnt matter with this setup, but the last thing I want to do is set it up wrong. I've attached 2 pictures. Any help is appreciated.
  4. I have what I believe to be a 1936 Packard Trunk for sale. It is in very good shape, just does not have the inside drawers and shelves. I am not able to get the pictures to upload for some reason but here is the link to the craigslist ad packard motor company trunk Please email if interested. Thank you Todd
  5. I just wanted to put out a reminder that my dad's next auction will be held on August 26th, in Cambridge, illinois, by Stenzel Auctions. You can access their site by going to Welcome to StenzelAuction.com!!! to see what cars and parts are still remaining. Most of dad's classics will be at this auction. I have some pictures and can give you information if you have any questions. Thanks,
  6. 1948 Packard 8 deluxe, color is Egyptian Sand, model 2262, serial # 226229972, lovingly cared for and remarkably well preserved luxury motor car! It has lovely beige/tan exterior, 288 cubic inch inline 8 cylinder engine, manual transmission, 120 inch wheelbase, and remarkably low mileage, 17890 miles since new. It drives and rides and handles as new. This exceptionally low mileage car is nicely equipped with options: front and rear handsome bumper guards, fender skirts, radio, clock, and backup light. The original jack is in its unopened box in the trunk, original spare tire, owners manual, other papers, and a thick service manual. This handsome car is equipped with wide whitewall 760 X 15 bias ply tires. Paint, upholstery, headliner, and instrument panel are in excellent condition. Very minor blemishes: narrow two inch long chip in paint on edge of hood drivers side, at bottom of passenger side door the stainless molding has been scraped, pictures of these 2 included; also a hairline scrape 6 inches long at bottom of rear door on passenger side; and a couple minor scratches on front of hood below the hood ornament, no pictures included because I doubt it they would show up in a picture. These are not obvious to the average admirer of the car, only to someone inspecting, looking for any flaws. Reduced to $22,500 (U.S. dollars). 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide.
  7. [ATTACH=CONFIG]145708[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]145709[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]145710[/ATTACH] Hi. Was wondering if I could have help identifying these Rear Tire Mounts. I was told one of them is from a 1930s Reo and the other off of a Packard? Thanks for your help.
  8. Looking for several trim pieces for a 39 Packard Super 8 Convertible. Need the 3 top latches for the convertible top. I have the pieces on the wooden bow, but not the 3 mates on the windshield. AlsoI need the trim molding that goes around the window. This is the decorative piece, not the glass channel. Also, there is a metal channel that attches to the top that the rubber molding fits inside. I have one set, but need another set. This may be the same as earlier or later cars. Lastly, does anyone have a picture of the proper inside door handles & escutcheons? Not sure what I need here. Any help is appreciated, Thanks!
  9. Professionally restored 1993. One of 10 known. PAC Best of Show, Pre-War, 1993. CCCA 100 pts, 1995. AACA Joseph Parkin Award 1996. ODPC Preservation. Completed Spring Tour to Bristol, 2009. Black with black leather interior and tan top. $170,000.00 rwoolfitt@cox.net More photos at: http://www.caroholic.com/34_1101.htm
  10. Professionally restored 1992. CCCA, 100 pts, 1993. PAC National, 100 pts, 1993. AACA Grand National, 1994. Selected for PAC Anniversary Opus Magnum, Warren, OH, 1999. ODPC Preservation. Just completed ODPC Spring Tour to Wilmington, DE and CCCA CARavan in Williamsburg. Authentic Packard Bruce Blue Pearlite, striped gray wool interior. $95,000.00 rwoolfitt@cox.net More photos at: http://www.caroholic.com/34_1101_2.htm
  11. I have a several Floyd Clymer books for sale. If you are looking for something in particular let me know. I might have it in my collection. Floyd Clymer's Historical Catalog of 1909 Cars | eBay
  12. Hey, thought I'd post this here to see if any of you guys would be interested in my car or know anyone who might be interested. The 120 car was restored to its current condition in 2001 & I purchased it in 06. Im the 4th owner and the original owner was from Bedford, IN. I also have the original title. The body is all original and in great condition. I've put about 1000 miles on it while I've owned the vehicle and it spends the rest of the time covered in my garage: ) Please call with any additional questions. Jim, from Kentucky 502.314.8292 $46,000 OBO Here's my Hemmings Ad: Packard 120B for sale | Hemmings Motor News
  13. 1948 Packard 8 deluxe, color is Egyptian Sand, model 2262, serial # 226229972, lovingly cared for and remarkably well preserved luxury motor car! It has lovely beige/tan exterior, 288 cubic inch inline 8 cylinder engine, manual transmission, 120 inch wheelbase, and remarkably low mileage, 17890 miles since new. It drives and rides and handles as new. This exceptionally low mileage car is nicely equipped with options: front and rear handsome bumper guards, fender skirts, radio, clock, and backup light. The original jack is in its unopened box in the trunk, original spare tire, owners manual, other papers, and a thick service manual. This handsome car is equipped with wide whitewall 760 X 15 bias ply tires. Paint, upholstery, headliner, and instrument panel are in excellent condition. Very minor blemishes: narrow two inch long chip in paint on edge of hood drivers side, at bottom of passenger side door the stainless molding has been scraped, pictures of these 2 included; also a hairline scrape 6 inches long at bottom of rear door on passenger side; and a couple minor scratches on front of hood below the hood ornament, no pictures included because I doubt it they would show up in a picture. These are not obvious to the average admirer of the car, only to someone inspecting, looking for any flaws. Reduced to $22,500 (U.S. dollars). 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide.
  14. It brings me great sorrow to announce that my father, Norm Miller, of Norm's Antique Auto passed away in January of 2012. He had a wonderful collection of antique cars that will be going to auction this spring and summer. I have made some albums of these cars on my profile page and written some of my memories of each car, even the rusty ones. I am hoping that this helps each of these cars go into the hands of people who will love and try to restore them like my dad. he had many diamonds in the rough, but also some restored and rare cars too. You can see what is going to be available by checking out my profile page and viewing my albums. The first auction will be April 6th of 2012. The Auction house is Stenzel Auctions out of Cambridge, Illinois. The next auction with the bulk of his cars will be in June or July and I will post more specific details later. I also want to let people know that my dad also had an extensive literature collection, and a parts shop which will also be available soon. Please continue to check back often for more photos and updates.
  15. I don't recall seeing this website referenced on the forum before. It has several nice photos of movie stars and their cars. Hollywood Golden Days...Glamorous Stars, Amazing Cars Don
  16. I would like to ask for a referral to a clock repair shop. I have a Jaeger 8-day spring wound clock that I would like to have overhauled. It runs but doesn't keep accurate time. It is in very decent condition. I want to put it back in the dashboard. It's not easy or convenient to install it or to remove it so when I put it back in the dash I would like for it to work reliably. Please respond to gjschuetz@gmail.com or call 803-493-0632. Thanks
  17. 1948 Packard Super 8 deluxe, model 2262, serial # 226229972, lovingly cared for and remarkably well preserved luxury motor car! It has lovely beige/tan exterior, 288 cubic inch inline 8 cylinder engine, manual transmission, 120 inch wheelbase, and remarkably low mileage, 17890 miles since new. It drives and rides and handles as new. This exceptionally low mileage car is nicely equipped with options: front and rear handsome bumper guards, fender skirts, radio, clock, and backup light. The original jack is in its unopened box in the trunk, original spare tire, owners manual, other papers, and a thick service manual. This handsome car is equipped with wide whitewall 760 X 15 bias ply tires. Paint, upholstery, headliner, and instrument panel are in excellent condition. Very minor blemishes: narrow two inch long chip in paint on edge of hood drivers side, at bottom of passenger side door the stainless molding has been scraped, pictures of these 2 included; also a hairline scrape 6 inches long at bottom of rear door on passenger side; and a couple minor scratches on front of hood below the hood ornament, no pictures included because I doubt it they would show up in a picture. These are not obvious to the average admirer of the car, only to someone inspecting, looking for any flaws. Reduced to $22,500 (U.S. dollars). 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide.
  18. Very nice car with 58,000 original miles. Price is $155,000. For complete details and additional photos, go to www.oldcars.fotki.com Worldwide delivery is available.
  19. Recently acquired 32 light eight. Owen-Dyneto CO-1300(14th series for 36 Packard) currently on car though needs repair-field coil & brushes; found a place to repair. Originally 32 took owen-dyn CL-1005, 9th series. Trying to determine if ok to use CO-1300 instead of original CL-1005. (CO-1300 fits fine) Also, any knowledge of other generators other than CL-1005 that are ok to use on 32 light eight? Thanx
  20. I have a 1929 Packard 6-40 Phaeton with "weak" brakes. I drove a 1920 Packard 6-33 sedan two weeks ago and purposely stomped on the brake pedal to see if I could lock up the wheels on a paved road - and they did lock and squeal on the pavement. I don't have a shop of my own to work in so I was wondering (a) if anyone can recommend a shop to take it to for brake work and ( if anyone can comment on 1929 Packard braking and in particular 1929 Packard 6-40 braking. I know another 1929 Packard 6-40 will similarly weak braking and that owner thinks it's the best it can be. I think it's dangerous and don't want to continue to drive it like this. Yes, it does stop when you come to a stop sign or traffic light BUT you have to stay a good 100ft behind the car in front in order to be safe. So, can anyone help with a referral to a shop in the Tidewater (Norfolk, Virginia) area. Can anyone help with comments about Packard 6-40 braking. If I have to take the Packard out of the Tidewater area for brake service I will do it. Thanks. George Schuetz, Norfolk, VA. Home Tel: 757-228-3202.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
  21. I have one only '33-34(?) Packard fender lamp available. Excellent lens and rim and reflector. Very small dent in upper body. Minor crack started in base. Correct cup washer for mounting. Needs rechrome of course. Only ONE available, never had another. I don't know its value, I'm not a Packard guy. You are: you do. I'll listen to a week of offers. $10 shipping in the US. Email: wgraefen@windstream.net
  22. Been having a problem with heating up at speed. The coolant wants to foam to the consistency of whipped cream at higher rpms lowering the cooling efficiency. I had the head planed the last time it was off and installed a new head gasket. Haven't had the block magnafluxed since installing new pistons and rings way back in the 1970s or 1980s. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  23. 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Chrysler Club and the Soules cordially invite all owners and enthusiasts of 1978 and earlier Antique Automobiles, Any Make, with a special emphasis on Pre-WWII automobiles and All 1978 and earlier Chrysler Products. All original or restored to original automobiles are encouraged to attend the Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet in Chattanooga, TN. Wish you could step into the past and experience everything, including motoring the way it once was? Then you don’t want to miss this event, where we celebrate the past in all its glory. Past Meets have been a real blast from the past and the next Meet should be just as much fun, if not more. May 27-29, 2011 ALL - 1978 And Earlier Antique Automobiles All Makes! ALL - 1978 And Earlier Chrysler Built Products ALL - Orphan Cars, Any Make, Any Year ALL - Pre WWII Cars, Any Make, Any Model (Would Love To See More Of These!) Please, No Street Rods COST: FREE! Meet Information: www.chryslercrazy.com Make your plans now to attend the 2011 Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet. We had an excellent meet last year, and we are looking forward to another fine meet in Chattanooga for 2011. Tons of pictures with accompanying text of past Chattanooga Meets can be found at: http://chryslercrazy.com/mt06/ Information about the 2011 Meet can be found below. Last year's meet was a blast and this year's should be just as much fun, if not more! And remember -- this meet is open to *ALL* 1978 and earlier Antique Automobiles! So polish that chrome, wax that paint, shine those tires, and come to the 2011 Chattanooga Antique Automobile Meet May 27th, 28th, and 29th. Come celebrate the past in all its glory with us. It is sure to be an event like no other and one you will remember for a lifetime. There will be plenty of fun, food, period music, and of course Antique Automobiles! Friday - Afternoon and Early Evening - May 27th- Gathering at the Soules' residence, placement of vehicles on the display field, and preliminary tour of Robert's garage and cars. Friday Evening Dinner, We will meet for an informal hamburger/hot dog cookout at 7:00 pm at the Soules'. During dinner, guests will be treated to an old style radio broadcast with a live piano concert via the Soules' and period automobile ads and other period commercials. Following dinner, I am sure there will be more tire kicking and driving. After dark, we will show a Classic Movie on a large outdoor movie screen complete with real movie popcorn!Saturday Morning and early afternoon - May 28th - Meet and drive, kick tires, share stories, tell lies, drool, etc., at the Soules' home. Saturday Evening - Dinner will be at The Terminal Brew House restaurant in downtown Chattanooga. Those attending dinner at the Brew House will depart from the Soules' no later than 5:00 pm. We will caravan to the Home Away Hotel in Hixson to allow additional Meet attendees to join in the caravan to the Terminal Brew House in Chattanooga. We will depart from the Home Away Hotel no later than 5:30 pm. Saturday Evening Concert - With the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. They will be performing at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Saturday evening at 8:00 pm. This is a rare opportunity to hear and experience, first hand, one of the greatest Swing/Big Bands orchestras of all time. Space is limited, prepayment and reservations are required. You must be 21 years of age to purchase tickets, and tickets are non-refundable. <CENTER><TABLE style="BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse" border=1 cellSpacing=0 borderColor=#111111 cellPadding=0 width=900><TBODY><TR><TD align=middle> </TD><TD align=middle>Purchase your Glenn Miller tickets here! 2011 Tickets On Sale NOW!</TD><TD align=middle></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></CENTER> Sunday - May 29th - We will depart from the Soules' precisely at 11:00 am for a driving tour of Chattanooga, "the Scenic City of the South." Lunch will be at a quality restaurant in downtown Chattanooga. Tour and lunch approximately 3 - 4 hours. Early and Antique Automobile friendly tour!
  24. hello? i am new to this site, but i am looking for some helpo on identifying some carburetors (carter, stromberg, chandler-groves, zenith, holley, johnson, Schebler). i have ALOT of very old ORIGINAL carburetors. I have an idea of what they go on but i am sure they fit other models. this place looked like one that could help or maybe have someone interested. i have plymouth, pontiac, desoto, nash, packard, oldsmobile, buick form 30's to 50's can anyone help?
  25. I have one pair of what I believe to be Packard Headlamps from 1905-1911. I am inherited them and am trying to establish value. On the headlamps is an inscription that says "Made for Cadillac by Gray and Davis". I also have the mounting brackets. I believe these were electric headlamps just because I see cut wires. Can anybody help me out? The person had them identified as Made for Cadillac. Was Packard made by Cadillac?