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Re: 1934 Coupe For Sale
#21
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Bob
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Back in 1966 (I was just getting my feet wet with Packards)... I had a chance to buy an identical 2/4 in Fredericksburg, VA for $1,500. I passed it up because the Packard guru in D.C. told me that that particular car was not a 'good driver'.
Oh, well....great memories!

Posted on: 5/18 23:35
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Re: 1934 Coupe For Sale
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JWL
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Quote:

humanpotatohybrid wrote:
Usually can't go wrong with WW on a lighter car or BW if it's a darker car.

Though WW do pop nicely on darker cars, it takes some of the attention from the car itself I think. Though I suppose this is true for any car with WW.


I agree. What do you want people to see - the tires or the car?

Posted on: 5/20 11:40
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What occupies our mind... (W. Scherer)
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