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"Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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Good for him! Some young person will ask the question: "What is a Packard?" The seed of curiosity is planted by public exposure!

Steve

Posted on: 5/27 19:06:23
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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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Steve you got it wrong, Who mades Packard? I get that all the time and the answer is always the same, "Packard".
Wes

Posted on: 5/28 9:38:21
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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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Thatís awesome- thanks for posting!

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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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Posted on: 6/2 18:28:16
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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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What a great link- I love the color the truck- you can really imagine it in action in WWI. The tires look to be solid rubber- is that right?

Posted on: 6/3 6:32:38
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Re: "Packard Truck Dave" takes his 1918 Packard truck to DC for Memorial Day
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"The tires look to be solid rubber- is that right?

Yes - that is correct.

Dave reports that the "Armstrong" power steering is the cause of a new hemorrhoid every quarter turn of the steering wheel.


Posted on: 6/3 8:40:11
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