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Old September 21st 10, 05:48 PM
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Default 1948 Packard rock guard

I am in the processing of reassembling my 1948 Packard Standard 4 dr. Sedan. I failed to take pictures when disassembling. I need to see a picture or have someone explain to me how the rubber gasket on the rear rock guard (below the trunk lid) looks. Originally it was stapled to the guard. I have a new gasket, but am confused about how it fits.

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Old August 31st 15, 07:29 PM posted to rec.autos.antique
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Default 1948 Packard rock guard

have you figured it out, i have the same question

 




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