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Re: Packard Trips
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Hi, Miller, Happy Birthday! Your wife is very innovative! Nice job of the 360 tour.
Is that diamond on the windshield a AAA Member decal? It looks like one I've had for decades. Just never put it on, and now (since '65) I'm in Oregon. If I (or the next owner) moves to CA, it could be applied.

CartRich, beautiful 180 touring sedan. I like getting a look at the car before the tour and of course great choice in music to tour by.

Thanks for posting.

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Posted on: 4/16 11:03:22
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Re: Packard Trips
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Joe those are 1957 and 1958 Fayetteville Arkansas licence stickers. I bought this car from the original family and kept the stickers on the windshield.

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Posted on: 4/16 13:26:32
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Re: Packard Trips
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That IS cool! But just thinking that, since I've had my car 61 years this year, if I lived in Arkansas, I'd be old guy driving down the road trying to peek through the cracks between stickers.

Posted on: 4/17 7:31:33
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Re: Packard Trips
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Hi Joe, I can now see both videos on Youtube but still having problems with my Samsung VR headset. When I go into my selection for YOUTUBE 360 viewing it says it can't find anything, but I know they are there, all other 360 video work, just like the one I shared with you.
Oh well at least I get to look at it on regular Youtube.
I don't know if you have ever seen this video, it'd not 360 but it is nice to watch and kind of funny/scary depending on how you look at it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVFiRkkvask&t=73s

Wes

Posted on: 4/17 15:14:43
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Re: Packard Trips
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Hi Joe, I hope I'm not bother you too much on this but I may have found the problem. I just installed one of my 360 videos and had the same problem. So I did a little research and found when install the video on YOUTUBE don't make it kid friendly. I glad I found this because I found a few more of my videos were marked for kids and wouldn't play also, so problem is not to use kid friendly. Here's my video that I had just download, it looks low resolution I guess that will be my next project. Thanks for your time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMIV4vgJQ7U

Wes

Posted on: 4/18 7:55:23
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Re: Packard Trips
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From Boston, MA
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I've taken a few drives around carefully avoiding people, posted mainly on the 22-23rd FB page also. One to Plum Island, took another two out to Parker's because I dropped off/picked up for a seat belt installation.

Also I'm in to work when needed to be and Penny's my daily, so she's around town those days as well, rain, snow, sun. Even in difficult times, she brings a smile to most, present company included.

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Posted on: 4/18 11:44:12
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Re: Packard Trips
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Great to see it being used. Well done!

Brian

Posted on: 4/18 16:49:40
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Re: Packard Trips
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A drive to the local dairy queen on a glorious 63f spring day. Can you believe we had 4 inches of snow, just 4 days ago?!


Posted on: 4/19 14:01:54
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Re: Packard Trips
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Magic stuff, Kev.

I was waiting to see what you ate at the Dairy Queen! Let me guess....

My 1956 Clipper tucked up in the garage now because of the Coronavirus restrictions on travel here. But I do visit it occasionally. See below.

We're going into winter here now. No chance of snow, though.

Brian

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Posted on: 4/19 14:32:00
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Re: Packard Trips
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I very much enjoy your exploits and pictures and envy the opportunities you are having, here winter layup just morphed into our COVID ban on non-essential driving so my Packard just sits in the garage since last November, awaiting its opportunity, hopefully soon.

But reflecting back on some recent tours, I'll add a couple of my favorite photos. The first, from my 1934 Eight, was taken in upstate New York around the Cooperstown area during the Henry Joy VIII tour. As I recall that's a 626 ahead of me. And the second from the left (passenger) seat in friend Steve's 1910 Model 30 where I was a lucky passenger during in tour in the Michigan area. I hope you enjoy these.

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Posted on: 4/19 15:52:27
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