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Salado Texas Packard Meet
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Just back from Texas meet in Salado. Great meet! Show got rained out(couple hours of show time). Had a good time though. I led the tour on Friday through beautiful back roads of Salado into Taylor Texas stopped at Jeff's Resurrection car restoration. Great time. Pictures on the way.

Posted on: 2019/4/7 15:40
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Re: Salado Texas Packard Meet
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While in Taylor did you happen to pass by the first production 1955 Patrician? Just wondering if it is still there or has been sold or scrapped. Thanks.

Posted on: 2019/4/8 8:58
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Re: Salado Texas Packard Meet
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I dont know what you are talking about? fill me in on this.

Posted on: 2019/4/8 18:55
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Re: Salado Texas Packard Meet
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This Patrician (5582 1001) received some coverage here when it was discovered for sale in Austin a few years ago. It was purchased by a restorer in Taylor. I visited the car at the shop and took numerous photos and posted them here. The buyer had it for sale at a price of $3,000. It was in pretty bad shape, but looked complete. White exterior with white leather interior, as I recall. Sorry, but time has erased any more detailed memories of the car. Mike Frankco is familiar with the car and its story. Maybe a search here will uncover the discussion thread. I'll look through my photo files and see what can be uncovered.

Posted on: 2019/4/9 8:56
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Re: Salado Texas Packard Meet
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The same "restorer"/car dealer still has it.. although now the price has dropped to $2800 Here is the link, and from the photos, it's doubtful any restoration has taken place.


http://classicstreet.com/1950s/nggall ... 5-Packard-Patrician-$3200

Posted on: 2019/4/9 10:03
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Re: Salado Texas Packard Meet
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ok did not know that was there next time am through there I will take a look!

Posted on: 2019/4/9 16:34
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