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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Here is a Bayliff Packard that was for sale in Hershey two years ago. I have some personal pictures I took of the car at the time, but these are pictures from the Bayliff website

John F. Shireman

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Posted on: 2008/10/2 21:20
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Packard53 wrote: Here is a Bayliff Packard that was for sale in Hershey two years ago........these are pictures from the Bayliff website John F. Shireman


John,

I like this Bayliff it's quite stylish, especially in comparison with the car that started this thread.

And Kev,

It might be an idea to move this thread to the ZIS, ZIL, and other Packard Cousins! Forum. Probably a better home for it plus it'll provide Gerd with some company.

Posted on: 2008/10/2 22:08
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Agreed!

Posted on: 2008/10/2 22:10
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Here is a picture of the Bayliff Packard.

John F. Shireman

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Posted on: 2008/10/3 7:02
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Interesting... looks like they used an instrument cluster from a 23rd series with different speedometer and clock. Car has nice lines. I'm not crazy about the multi-year Packard logos all over the interior. Any idea what's under the hood? Just mildly curious.

Posted on: 2008/10/3 7:09
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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I think the car has a Ford drive train assembly.

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Posted on: 2008/10/3 20:37
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Has anyone got a picture of the Crosley station wagon dressed up as a Packard by the Packard styling department in the early 50s?

Posted on: 2009/1/20 21:48
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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I see someone has added some of these ugly Buicks to the photo archive, not my idea of a Packard in any sense.

How anyone can call these Obamanations Packards is beyond me.

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DISGUSTING!!

Posted on: 2009/12/8 18:22
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Turbopackman wrote:
I see someone has added some of these ugly Buicks to the photo archive, not my idea of a Packard in any sense.

How anyone can call these Obamanations Packards is beyond me.

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DISGUSTING!!

The one John posted looks pretty good while this last one looks like a 71 bonneville getting BF'd by a 90's Roadmaster!

Posted on: 2009/12/9 5:07
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Re: BARF and HIDEOUS! 1983 Packard
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Doesn't matter anymore, I see those ugly things have crawled back under the hole they came from..

Posted on: 2009/12/9 8:48
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