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1/2 size Packard
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Phil Randolph
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Does anybody have any info on this beast?https://www.ebay.com/itm/133892790788

Posted on: 2021/10/5 6:41
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Re: 1/2 size Packard
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Wow... no idea, but I love the description - how the blazes could you use something that small for weddings?!!

I can see it maybe having been built as a clown car back when, but also a bit surprised the bidding is already that high on something this impractical and kinda' weird looking!

Posted on: 2021/10/5 8:29
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Re: 1/2 size Packard
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Gerard O'Keefe
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Looks like someone made a Model A ford into a Packard-note the 4 cyl engine.

Posted on: 2021/10/5 8:35
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Re: 1/2 size Packard
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Not a Model A engine, but something similar.

Posted on: 2021/10/5 8:54
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Re: 1/2 size Packard
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Perhaps an old tractor engine? Surprised they kept the vaccuum fuel tank and updraft carb. The big aluminum gas pedal screams 1960's to me as they were put in a lot of race cars then.

A whole lot of work went into this, would be interesting to know why!

Posted on: 2021/10/5 13:11
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