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Re: 1939 Packard?
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Dad Loved It
OUCH! :)

Many thanks to everyone for your help and input. I would actually really enjoy trying to restore it in my father's memory - not to mention the fact that I think that they are absolutely beautiful cars. However, at this point in my life I just don't have the time or resources to invest in a project of this magnitude.

My father was a special human being. He loved people, anything old, Jesus, and was an extreme automobile enthusiast. I've known very few people with a passion for anything that runs as deep as his did for classic cars. I have many treasured childhood memories of family vacations to Hershey, and many more cherished memories of great times together when just he and I would go in his latter years. Hershey was the absolute highlight of his year, and I often thought that for him, most of the time in between meets was just time spent waiting.

May God bless you all, and thank you again for your help. I wish you all health, happiness, and much success in all of your endeavors.

Posted on: 2021/10/20 22:19
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Re: 1939 Packard?
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Dad Loved It
I wondered about that too, and I think you are probably right. Is it worth anything at all?

Posted on: 2021/10/20 9:52
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1939 Packard?
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Dad Loved It
I'm going to sell a roller, well, it might be if it had new tires :) but I have no idea how to value it. It was my deceased father's car. Very rusty, but I think it's pretty much complete. After looking over this site, I think that it's a 1939 but I'm not sure.

Any input would be welcome and appreciated. I plan to post it once I'm sure of the model, and have some idea what a fair asking price would be.

Thanks for your help!

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Posted on: 2021/10/19 22:57
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