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Re: Which Packard engine was comparable to Buick's Dyna-Flash inline eight?
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All historical understanding, be it automotive or whatever subject, is in a larger context.

I agree with you and maybe we sometimes loose sight of that focused on OUR cars! LOL And I'm glad talking 'outside Packard' on this site isn't considered heresy. It helps to keep it all in balance in the 'greater realm'. Chris.

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