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For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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This AACA Forum participant has posted his 1949 Deluxe Eight 22nd Series touring sedan for sale:
https://forums.aaca.org/topic/352349-f ... =comments#comment-2121049

Posted on: 10/18 11:55:27
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Re: For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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Wow...That's a lot of Packard for $14,000. Someone is going to receive quite a good deal...Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 10/18 12:43:59
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Caretaker of the 1949-288 Deluxe Touring Sedan
'Miss Prudence' and the 1931 Model A Ford Tudor 'Miss Princess'
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Re: For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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Yes Ernie, that IS a lot of car for $14K!!! Yawsers - the high price of divorce!!! Chris.

Posted on: 10/18 15:07:52
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Re: For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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It sure is...I miss my annual trip to Avonlea...over by Moose Jaw...this year due to Covid...A Model A friend of mine has quite a car and tractor collection in the area and a couple of us usually go up from Arizona and work on cars for a week or so...not this year. Don Kincaid did send me a video of a 1929 Oakland that he is just finishing up putting back together after a complete restoration...he doesn't have much else to do...bad for him...good for the Oakland! Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 10/19 10:46:50
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Re: For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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Collector cars are the #1 cause of divorce. Ever go to an auction? A high-bucks bidder will usually have some younger eye candy on his arm; the first wife told him "It's those old cars or me!" And there you have it.

jack vines

Posted on: 10/30 18:46:25
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Re: For Sale: 1949 Deluxe Eight - AACA Forum
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Is that "first hand knowledge", Jack?

I doubt it's the car, but could be the "excuse".

Posted on: 11/17 6:27:53
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