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And they all lived happily ever after.
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Guscha
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Contest to design new limo for Putin.

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Thanks. Prefer the one you show, pretty good design except perhaps for the front. Will this car be the seed for a Packard resurrection in some sort of convoluted reversal of how they got the Packard during the war? (DID they get the actual tooling??)

Posted on: 2013/3/3 14:54
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Front end too stubby, no trunk room. I'd rather have a Zill 111 any day.

Take a look at Caddy Seville and Imperial ca 1981. Stubby ass-end yes but very well proportioned cars.

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Paul (Mahoning63), it is just an idea contest to keep a dream alive.

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...I'd rather have a Zill 111 any day...


Keith, guess who else...

Posted on: 2013/3/4 23:19
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