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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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Yes, it’s a 1939 Six.

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The Elite Café, Waco, Texas, circa 1954. Apparently independent make cars owners liked to patronize the place.

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Just wondering if "Yvonne De Carlo what year model is the Clipper?" wasn't the same car from the previous picture. Square Clock and Square Instrument Panel, looks like a 41 Clipper to me.
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1936 120B Convertible Sedan.

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I agree, it's a 1939 and a Six based on the style of the bumper and bumper guard.

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It looks like a 1938 Six or possibly Eight but more likely the former. 1938 was the only year with a stainless strip running up onto the roof above the center of the windshield and one is barely visible in this photo.

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