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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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IIRC the green 1929 roadster is owned by the gas monkeys guy. It probably has a dodge hellcat engine in it by now...

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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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That 1938 super eight convertible coupe is a 1935 or 1936.

Posted on: 7/11 4:53:15
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2020 Sucks!
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We are only 6 months in and it's a year to forget already. The picture basically sums it all up. We lost a couple well known Packard friends. No car shows. I'm ready for a do-over!

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Posted on: 7/5 17:34:04
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Re: 1937 Packard Limo??
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Definitely a 37 senior car. By the looks of the hood vents it's a V12.

Posted on: 7/5 9:34:36
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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I'm sorry to hear of his loss. I never met him but he was very prominent here on PI especially his knowledge of 55 & 56 models.

Posted on: 7/5 5:11:12
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Re: 1925 seven day non-stop trip???
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Joe, I've been travelling extensively lately, and hotels and restaurants are not a problem. Also about covid (not trying to get political) I've had some family members getting tested positive without the symptoms (asymptomatic) and the doctors told them they're not contagious. It doesn't matter where anybody is politically: both sides are trying to use it to their advantage. Also the mortality rate is on par with the regular flu (I'm not saying that covid is like the regular flu but the mortality rate is).
I think I'd take the northern route (cooler) and go for it. I-80 or I-90 is busy enough to not to worry about being stranded. You'll probably never have another chance to take a Packard cross country.
If you go late summer than I-40/route 66 would be a nice route (right now I-40 from Arizona to Texas would be 100F.

Posted on: 6/30 16:28:04
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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Looks like a 36 120 convertible coupe but I'm not sure
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Posted on: 6/25 20:16:45
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Re: 1925 seven day non-stop trip???
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I've never seen this, that's pretty cool. The map makes me laugh. They took some geographical liberty: Phoenix is located far north of Albuquerque 😄

Posted on: 6/22 4:31:11
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Re: Firewall paint color
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My 38 super 8 came that way when I bought it, but I know it had a repaint at 1 time.

Posted on: 6/19 12:39:22
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Re: Firewall paint color
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I talked to Marano a while back and he told me they came both ways.

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