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Re: Packard Trips
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Just a short trip to a local car show in River Edge, NJ some weeks back. Next to me is friend Rob's 1953 Hudson Hornet (6D) with Twin H Power.

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Posted on: 10/22 10:49
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53 Hornet is my favorite year and model. Your 29 Packard looks fantastic. I took my Caribbean to Cars & Coffee in Hilton Head this past Saturday.

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Posted on: 10/22 11:54
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That's an all original 1934 Packard not a 1929.

Posted on: 10/22 14:00
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Amazing car. Thank you for the correction.

Posted on: 10/22 14:39
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Thanks BDC, but it's not "all" original. The body tub is still original paint ut the fenders and a few other panels were repainted back in the 1970s. And some of the plating was redone about the same time. Bill Hirsch had a run of the Laidlaw pinstripe wool broadcloth made in Scotland in the 1980s and I bought enough to repair the front seat. Other than that it's a well-preserved survivor and I was so fortunate to buy it from the original owner. It was serviced by the the Packard-Brooklyn factory branch up until 2 years before I bought it.

Posted on: 10/22 17:01
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OD, you are way to modest. I have seen your 34 (while it was hibernating for the winter) and it is without a doubt the most original 34 out there, and it looks better than many of today's cars being 10 years old. You look at this car and you can tell that the owner (OD) is absolutely committed to preservation! You want to see the best preserved 1934 Packard? This is it!

Posted on: 10/22 20:49
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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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