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New book on Amazon.com for 55-56 Enthusiasts!
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Home away from home
Home away from home

John McCall and Mitch Parker
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A book much needed to assist in documenting in book-form the fabulous V-8 Packards of 1955-56. Lavishly illustrated, primarily in color, this edition is based on the 19 Packards from the V-8 era, and three from other periods of Packard's production. Laced with personal stories, some of them humorous, this is a must for any Packard collector. Make sure you enter the entire title on Amazon "Books" when ordering: "Packard and Clipper, 1955-56: Confessions of a Collector." Happy reading!

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Posted on: 2/15 9:13
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Re: New book on Amazon.com for 55-56 Enthusiasts!
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Guscha
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Does the book contain a chapter about the Soviet cousin ZIL?

Posted on: 2/15 14:09
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Re: New book on Amazon.com for 55-56 Enthusiasts!
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Home away from home

Kevin
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I just finished the book and enjoyed it a lot.

No ZIL content -- that will have to wait for someone else's book. But if you like personal stories well-told, many of which you can identify with yourself, then you'll enjoy this chronology of cars and Southern towns and family characters. And yes -- there is "the one that got away." Haven't we ALL been there?!?

Posted on: 2/22 9:24
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