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7=45 by Proux
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This is a one-off custom by Proux.  Note the Woodlights and driving lights in the bumper ends.

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 Re: 7=45 by Proux

Posted: 2008/11/19 18:41  Updated: 2008/11/19 18:41


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An error has been made here concerning the identity of the body builder of this Packard. The body is by Waterhouse of Webster, MA, not Proux. This 7-45 did not have Woodlites when new. It's first restoration in the 1960's was by the late Art Mellor of Rhode Island. The bumper with a light in each end was an accessory item, known I believe as the "Light-Bar Bumper," manufactured in Warren, Ohio. It was shown in the Packard Accessory Catalogue from about 1928 through 1931. Jim Pearsall.

 Re: 7=45 by Proux

Posted: 2009/12/4 5:45  Updated: 2009/12/4 5:45

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