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1932 Standard 8 Brakes parts


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Can't answer your question. But if you have a look in the parts books available for download on PackardInfo, see links below, a comparison of parts numbers may give you an answer.

30-32 Parts List http://www.packardinfo.com/xoops/html/downloads/1930-32_ServicePartsList.pdf

33-36 Parts List http://www.packardinfo.com/xoops/html/downloads/1933-1936PartsList.pdf

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It's a 902 543 sedan. Someone bought a older restored car and used it for a parts car on another restoration. It is a very nice car but parts are missing:

Brake drums

most of the brake shoes

tail light lens



all instruments


Back seat bottom cushion

The paint and chrome are very nice. The upholstery and carpets except for the missing cushion are also very nice. It was a terrible thing to do to a good car. I want to get it back on the road as soon as possible. I need to get the brakes and drums quickly because the car is on blocks right now and it would be easier to move if it rolled.

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1930 7-26 and 7-33 ...1931 8-26 and 8-33 all use 19 inch 7 lug wheels, but only if the wheels are disc type. Also, the 1932 901 uses almost everything the same as a 902. Everything on your list above is interchangeable with 901 parts....also sent you a private message...B

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Contact Dave Moe, Packard Seattle. I recently sold him a complete 902 parts car. He should have what you need if not sold already,

Dave Moe, 425 334 7754


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