[Healeys] Non-Healey question.
healey.nut at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 01:43:08 MDT 2016
Generally speaking for US cars of the era, you can't really get the
plethora of brightwork and parts for them, whatever pieces you need either
need to be reworked or restored individually. Because of this, I would
counsel not to get a car that isn't at least 90 - 95% complete with
exterior and interior decorative parts. You can't go to your mail order
supplier and get all the parts you need like an AH. That said there is
quite a bit of stuff out there, just not everything like an AH.
Engine, drivetrain, etc., are all easily serviced through specialty
suppliers. wiring can be done but will be expensive.
That's a general view of it.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 8:36 AM, Chris Scholz <drscholz at visioncenterpc.com>
> This is an odd question but I see so much automobile knowledge on this
> email list that I would like to ask if anyone is familiar with the 1953
> Packard Caribbean convertible? Only 750 were made. It was based off the
> 1952 concept car. I have almost finished the nut and bolt restoration of
> my '59 100-6 and have always liked the '53 Packard and have browsed around
> at a few. There are some for sale that need a lot of work for $10,000.
> Fully restored models go for six figures. There is so much intelligence on
> this email list that I feel someone has experience with Packards and how
> hard it is to get parts for these. Still love the lines of my big Healey
> more than any other.
> Sent from my iPhone
> Chris Scholz OD
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