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Re: Packard pickup by Ross!
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Stunning, just stunning!

Posted on: 6/13 21:03:30
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Re: 28 526 5 passanger sedan
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Needs a bit o'work.

Posted on: 5/27 12:29:02
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Re: Stars & their Packards
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Looks like a '39 Super 8 to me. Well, I believe anyway.

Posted on: 4/13 8:59:25
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Re: "Custom" 1950 Packard
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I wonder how scrunched it is with the rear headroom?

Posted on: 1/2 14:49:41
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Re: "Custom" 1950 Packard
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At first glance it looked like a coupe, but it's a nicely done sedan. Too bad about not having a Packard engine though...................!

Posted on: 1/2 14:44:40
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Re: 52 Packard "inspired" by Pininfarina
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The Henry J / Allstates always looked stumpy to me. Much more balanced is the beautiful Bentley Continental and gorgeous PininFarina Packard.

Posted on: 12/31 11:11:16
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Re: '38 Twelve1608 Glass
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I believe that tint is due to the age of the glass and the UV rays of the Sun. Ever see 100 year old original headlights? They have a purple sheen to them, which is from the Sun (as I was told many years ago).

Posted on: 12/25 20:38:56
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Re: How Packard could of prevented Chrysler car company's existence
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So that's why Joy left..................He wanted the merger!

Posted on: 12/15 20:24:28
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Re: The "After Eight" Roadster
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That new gas tank is looking good!

Posted on: 12/6 20:19:22
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Re: Fun with used cars
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Just ask the tree that ate one....................

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