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Looking for the following for a 1932 Packard 900 light eight, aka shovel nose.


5- 17 inch wire wheels

Front bumper and bumper bar

Rear optional center bumper for rear spare car

cylinder head

Goddess of speed hood ornament aka “donut chaser” hood ornament

engine pans

bumper frame end covers


what other parts do you have? 


Any other 900 enthusiast out there?


Any one ever see any pictures of any custom body 900?


Thanks in advance.



773-860-6110 or tph479@yahoo.com

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Good Morning Tim,


Greetings from another 900 enthusiast, also a bit of a newbie to Packards.  I don't (think) I have any of the parts you are looking for, but good to meet you anyway.  I don't get on the Packard forum all that much, so the best way to reach me is direct email (kanas@qadas.com).


I have a 900 Convertible Roadster and a 900 Sedan.  These cars were in a the estate of my late father-in-law.  The Roadster is an older, award winning, restoration.  I've just gotten it running after lots of adventures with the Detroit Lubricator carburetor.  The sedan was under restoration at the time of my father-in-law's passing, and is mostly complete.  I need to finish repairs to the radiator shell, paint the hood and front fenders, and do some final assembly.  I'm hoping that all the parts are present or I will be on a parts hunt, also.





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This was on Craigslist and for some reason I copied it - looks like I did not save the listing for a parts car locally though - For sale is a very rare 1932 Packard Motor Car, legendary inline fireball 8 cylinder engine, car was built with suicide doors, vehicle is complete and has a rust free body, has been garaged since 1969. For more info or to view the car please call 707-880-0922 Thank you Have a wonderful day.

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On 11/21/2020 at 4:16 PM, Paul Halliday said:

I have a 1932 Packard 4 door sedan light eight all original in fare to good condition very little rust no missing parts two tone blue, white pin stripes black fabric lid. Does this sound like something you would be interested in?


You could post pictures here, if you want to find a new home for the 32 Packard. 


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