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Main : Packard during WWII :  military vehicles in the Netherlands

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SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha    Last Update2018/7/4 18:00    Tell a friendTell a friend
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If the source is to be believed, then the photograph was presumably taken in the early 1940ís. It shows a military vehicles in the Netherlands with a Dutch army plate (black on orange). Many vehicles were commandeered from civilians and re-registered in the army series. This Packard could have been one.

image and information source: https://blog.europlate.org.uk/quiz-on-early-netherlands-issues/

Looks like it could be a Twelve from the bumper. Ozstatman 5th July 2018

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