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Re: 1958 Packard Pickup Truck (Argentina) - the last Packard?
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John
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That would be neat to have...

Posted on: 5/2 7:50
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Re: 1958 Packard Pickup Truck (Argentina) - the last Packard?
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JeromeSolberg
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Just a final note - when I posted the link to the article, all I was really trying to say is "Hey, lookee here, some people in a (relatively) popular website about cars are talking about Packards, and about a Packard that I for one didn't know existed".

Posted on: 5/2 19:24
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Re: 1958 Packard Pickup Truck (Argentina) - the last Packard?
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cortes121
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Jerome, you informed me of their existence so that is at least one more person who knows now.

Just add it to the list of awesome quirky american cars exported to Argentina that I so badly would love to have.

Posted on: 5/2 21:55
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Re: 1958 Packard Pickup Truck (Argentina) - the last Packard?
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Guscha
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I was unaware of the fact that this was known beforehand...


Jerome, nobody know what is known beforehand for everyone.

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"...all I was really trying to say is "Hey, lookee here, some people in a (relatively) popular website about cars are talking about Packards..."


That's perfect. Don't stop! Like Anthony (cortes121) I followed the link and read the article with interest.

Posted on: 5/3 9:07
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