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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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1940 correct?, what model, has an interesting accessory

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Yes, itís a 1940 but appears to be junior with a sun visor and an aftermarket grille guard.

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Is this a Packard hearse?

Hubcap and bumper are certainly Packard.

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Strong semblance to the "art-carved" style of which Miller was a leading builder. IIRC Packard's exclusive agreement with Henney became effective in 1938 which would date this as 1937 or earlier.

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Itís definitely Packard but not Henney-Packard as they made no carved-side coaches. Also, since Henney and Packard started their ďexclusiveĒ arrangement in in 1937, it is probably before that. I donít know this era well but my rough guess is 1936.

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Iím fairly sure the agreement started in 1937 but whether for the 1937 coaches or later ones vague.

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An art-carved Miller on a 1938 Packard chassis. Photo by this writer at the 1993 PAC National Meet in Asheville, NC.

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