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Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYpoICbDupI

Robert has not posted here in quite a while, but he got the car done.

Posted on: 2014/2/13 17:30
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Packard 400 (Best Other)
Packard Caribbean
Caribbean restoration
1956 Patrician
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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It is a quality video, it's also on Vimeo.

There are a lot of nice ones on here;
http://www.packardclub.org/forum/

Especially the one with a train in the trunk!

Posted on: 2014/2/13 18:04
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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LTRD, I have looked at some of the vimeos you posted - THANK YOU. I will view them all as time permits. The train in the trunk is my 400 - not my Caribbean. Old toy trains are my main hobby. The kids get a kick out of seeing the train running around in the trunk - so do I.

Posted on: 2014/2/13 20:04
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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Did you see the Oklahoma Packard museum video under modification?

What model train is it?

Posted on: 2014/2/13 20:46
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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The train is American Flyer "O" gauge from 1939.

Posted on: 2014/2/14 4:10
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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What a beautifully produced video, and his commentary is perfect for those who don't understand or know much about Packard (read "big 3 thinking" peoples)

Posted on: 2014/3/18 13:12
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Re: Robert Kipping's 56 Caribbean
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Randy,

Thanks for posting this video a while back. A good friend of mine who is a professional video/filmmaker offered to put it together after seeing my Packard's. I'm really glad I made it and proud of how it turned out.

Sorry for my prolonged absence from the community but some significant life changes caused me to hit the pause button. Seemingly all good now and wanted to drop in and say hello to Randy and others who are the backbone of these wonderful cars.

Still have my Caribbean and drove it to Athens from Atlanta (130 miles round trip) to see my Mom for Mother's Day. Ran like top with good oil pressure and water temperature the entire trip. Lots of folks making me nervous driving with one hand and taking video of my car with the other!

All the best,
Robert.

Posted on: 5/14 11:01:38
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