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'32 With Extras
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32model901
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Car has been sold, workmanship was impressive:

https://www.triplefautomotive.com/vehicles/252/1932-packard-900-series

Posted on: 3/16 7:38
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Re: '32 With Extras
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I'm not a fan of restomods, but it was done nicely. Do you know what the price was?

Posted on: 3/16 7:54
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Re: '32 With Extras
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Same here, IMO interior work was amazing.

No info on the actual sold price, only that it was offered for $165,000.

Facility is in Texas, they offer a wide range of services:

https://www.triplefautomotive.com/service-restoration

And have an interesting inventory for sale:

https://www.triplefautomotive.com/inventory

Posted on: 3/16 8:18
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High priced fun.... The '60s Chrysler and Plymouth convertibles look like value for the money.

Posted on: 3/16 11:36
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The roof, the dash, the radiator lines bleeding thru the grille....
I'm not even talking about the ls3. In another 20 years it will looks as dated as a 1930's car painted in 1975 (brown, beige with orange wheels)
Not my taste.

Posted on: 3/17 14:34
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Bad company corrupts good character!

Farming: the art of losing money while working 100 hours a week to feed people who think you are trying to kill them
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