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Re: Stars & their Packards
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In the 'Carrol Baker' post (Post #22) is that a known car? What a beautiful Packard!!!!

Posted on: 2010/7/28 18:35
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1936 Packard 120 4 Door Touring

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Re: Stars & their Packards
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Who else than Tom Lyle Williams, the founder of Maybelline understood the concept of beauty?!



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"Tom Lyle Williams, with his 1940, convertible Packard, at the Villa Valentino."

I imploringly hope that he has a dog ...




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Re: Stars & their Packards
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To afford nice cars and beautiful women is a hard task.





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Posted on: 2011/12/17 20:00
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Those 34 Dietrich coupes are stunning. Interesting to note the absence of pinstriping, most obvious on the front fender in the last photo.

Posted on: 2011/12/17 20:08
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Pic #1 airs in reruns, but this time in better quality. You can click on the pics below to enlarge them a little bit. There's more to come.



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Posted on: 2011/12/18 5:44
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Silent star Anna Held being chauffeured around in her fabulous 1919 Packard

Nancy Carroll with her early model Packard

http://myloveofoldhollywood.blogspot. ... fabulous-cars-part-3.html



Gen Pershing, 1924 Packard
Groucho Marx and his 1930 Packard

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Hollywood western movie star and stuntman Buck Jones & '33 Packard Special

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The custom speedster thing looks more like a 30-31 Cadillac

Posted on: 2011/12/18 14:46
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Tim, to quote Howard (HH56 - 2009/4/6):

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...I think it's still ugly but being a Cadillac, at least it has reason.



Posted on: 2011/12/18 14:56
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Oh heck, since Clark Gable has already been mentioned prominently, I will venture OT with a pic of his Duesenberg, and Gary Cooper's similar Duesy (but less flashily tricked out, befitting a serious cowboy star vs. the all-time playboy). Both shot at a single display at the Auburn, Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn IL, where they appeared together for the first time back in '97 or '98. Both cars were custom built and the only two examples of the stretched coupe design manufactured.

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