Re: Are 57 and 58 Packards really Packards
Posted by Owen_Dyneto On 2009/1/15 14:30:25
I hesitate a bit to get into this discussion as I'm really ambivalent about it. Perhaps I'm paraphrasing but it was Bill Clinton who said those famous words it depends on what your definition of "is" is. In the case in point, it depends on what your definition of Packard is. Built by a company whose name included Packard? - Yes. Built in a plant constructed by Packard? - NO. Based on any engineering by Packard? - NO. To me the latter is probably the most meaningful, but as they say, youse pay your money and takes your choice.
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