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1947 Custom Super Clipper For Sale

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This car is in the for sale section as I'm always trying to figure out values still being new to this hobby. Does the asking price seem like a fair value? These particular Customs seem more rare than the 48-50 models. I like their shape & lines.

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Are you referring to the LWB Clipper for sale in the AACA Buy/Sell for $7500 obo or the one offered on Packard Buy/Sell offered by Airflow?

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Are you referring to the LWB Clipper for sale in the AACA Buy/Sell for $7500 obo or the one offered on Packard Buy/Sell offered by Airflow?

Sorry, the one in the Packard buy/sell section by Airflow.

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This car is in the for sale section as I'm always trying to figure out values still being new to this hobby. Does the asking price seem like a fair value? These particular Customs seem more rare than the 48-50 models. I like their shape & lines.

shameless bump

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Is that a 19 gallon tank and would it also fit a 47? If so I have one I might sell.

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I have a 1972 Chevrolet pick-up with a 350 engine and transmission.

When I start out from a dead stop I hear this clink noise , does anyone know what may be causing this clink?. regards buckwheat

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"I have a 1972 Chevrolet pick-up with a 350 engine and transmission.

When I start out from a dead stop I hear this clink noise , does anyone know what may be causing this clink?. regards buckwheat"

First guess would be U-joints, then loose rear spring shackles, excessive play between ring and pinion gear or perhaps loose or worn center driveshaft carrier (if so equipped).

You might get a better response on the Chevy Forum here or on other truck forums on the 'net.

Good luck

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We are looking the correct sheet metal for a 1942 Packard Clipper Business Coupe, rocker panels, floor braces, and the floor metal. Thanks George

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According to Google Translate = I have a Packard Clipper 1947 and am looking for the glass of the rear taillights. Greetings

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rear taillight glass should be easy, check with Joel or Marvon at Patrician industries, tell joe block sent you.

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Checkout "http://www.rockauto.com" for sheet metal, they might have what your looking for.

Wes

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