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How Packard Builds a Body
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Re: How Packard Builds a Body
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Thanks Mike - awesome videos. The wood scares me though, when it comes to restoration. The way they were all jigged up for it at the factory makes it look easy, but reproducing some of that stuff would be really time-consuming and expensive. Made me glad they were done with wood when they got to building my '39!! LOL Chris.

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