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Packard films - Service training films
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2006/5/15 21:49
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Hi All,

A few years back I converted a number of Packard training films from 12mm film strips and records to digital format. I have decided to upload these for anyone who may be interested. I have a number of films I will be uploading. I hope you all enjoy.

The link is:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpk3iAGhePikA2RJcCKtI2A

Cheers,
Mathew Rattray

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Re: Packard films - Service training films
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Mathew (packard34), thanks for uploading them.

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Re: Packard films - Service training films
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I enjoy seeing those old training picture books. What they used before VCR's and Laser Disc, Yes I saw a Laser Disc player at a Chevy Dealer back in the early 90's. A big 12 inch disc.
And not to hijack your link I made a video of an Old Hopalong Cassidy movie to show people what us kids used back in the day to show how the record player and book were use together. Here's the link for that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ7thsCJIwk&t=41s

Wes

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Re: Packard films - Service training films
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Hello Matthew,
Great work. I am sending you a PM.

Thanks, Roger Luksik

Posted on: 12/8 8:19:57
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