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1965 Packard V12 Ownership
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BigKev: I am very suprised that included in your poll how many Packard People might own a 1965 V12 Packard. Every time in the AACA forum if that subject was brought up, the webmaster seemed to get very upset about that. They seemed to think that was only bringing up things from the past, which they thought shouldn't be done. When that happened or less than kind comments were made about some national clubs, those things got deleted very fast.

I am the joker who claimed ownership of a 1965 Packard V12. You stated tat if any person claiming ownership of a 1965 Packard you wanted to see photos. I do have a few photos of the two 1965 V12 Packards that I claim to own. If you would be interested I could post a couple of photos. One of the photos is of the foor door sedan parked out in public, the toerh is of a two door coupe parked in local garage in Jersey Shore getting serviced by my local mechanic.

Paul McKeehan who claimed to be incharge of the 1965 Packard Revival project in South Bend, and who wrote the story about the secret things that went on under his direction, might have one in storage out there in your state., being he claims to reside there. Maybe if you contacted him he might provide some exclusive pictures for your website, and fellow Pakard lovers.


John F. Shireman

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Posted on: 2007/1/18 21:23
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Re: 1965 Packard V12 Ownership
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That's the same one I own!!! Hey, you stole a pic of my car in my garage!!

Posted on: 2007/1/19 8:21
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aint that an avonta...yeah i know thats not how ya spell it, but still?? 65? realy?

Posted on: 2008/9/10 17:00
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It can't be a 1965 Packard -- Photoshop hadn't been invented yet!

Posted on: 2008/9/10 20:37
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Parked next to it in the corner, in the dark, is my cousin's 1988 Hudson Hornet revival car. AMC was planning on building it but when Chrysler came calling, they shut down the whole project and allegedly wrecked the car. My cousin, also named Hudson, bought it from a Kenosha wrecking yard for $600! And it was mint, mint, mint!

Posted on: 2008/9/11 11:41
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Re: 1965 Packard V12 Ownership
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One thing that can be said about PAC and the persons that were so stupid, to let such an article be printed, they helped expose one fraud in this hobby.

I just wonder if Paul McKeehan has been able to get any thing published. Since he was exposed for the big fraud that he was and still is.


John F. Shireman

Posted on: 2008/9/11 20:58
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John, geez you're like a dog with a bone! Give it a damn rest, will you! And don't forget that the Studebaker Club printed it first in their "Turning Wheels". So I guess you're calling Studebaker people just as stupid?

Posted on: 2008/9/11 21:46
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Owen: Yes the persons that were in charge of Turning Wheels at that time and published the the 1965 Packard Revival Story. There were just as stupid for being duped as the PAC persons were.

I am many not like Stuart Blond, but I will give him credit for with drawing support for the article written by Paul McKeehan. This happening some two long years later.

The people at Turning Wheels never did withdraw support of the story. It seems sometime later they published another article by him. How the heck could anyone believe anything that PK had written after the 1965 V12 story.

I did give the matter a long rest. I wasn't the one that brought the thread back to life. I completely forgot about it.

John F. Shireman

Posted on: 2008/9/12 18:12
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John!
I wasn't the one that brought the thread back to life. I completely forgot about it.

Remember the 9th commandment - now go, and sin no more!

Posted on: 2008/9/12 20:14
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Randy: No lies intended. Hell I forgot that I even started this thread, until it resurfaced. After better than 470 posts it gets very hard to remember all the posts I have made or threads I have started.

One thing for sure I will never forget the bogus story of the 1965 Packard V12.


John F. Shireman

Posted on: 2008/9/12 21:22
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