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2007/10/28 7:49
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I've always considered the Individual Custom Eight by Dietrich the high point of Packard, the V-12 not-with-standing. So for those with deep pockets, a scrap 32 chassis in the backyard, and a burning desire for the ultimate this piece of junk is being offered up for dismemberment and rehabilitation.

I'm sure that between the drooping market and the corona virus this clunker will end up as an estate sale for sure. Driving a stock Packard requires caution enough, in Michigan at least where the roads are falling apart and the motorists the rudest I have encountered anywhere, including New York City, Boston, and urban Africa, so that I dread even using my modern car. That said, I would pass on the project even with the commensurate removal of a few zeroes from the price being demanded. Even an ejection seat wouldn't save you from death in a crack up with this thing.

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