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Re: 1936 Packard Information Card
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Dave Kenney
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John, You are correct re the body style. I edited my posting to body style 1097 for the 1937 120 convertible sedan.

Posted on: 2007/2/3 9:29
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Re: 1936 Packard Information Card
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?The statement in my first post stating that the car on display was actualy a 1937,was designed to get the AACA attension, to get them to correct the mistakes they made on thier dislay sign.?

?my intensional mistake about the the Convertible Sedan only being offered only one year?


Well actually, there weren't any mistakes on the AACA Museum Display Card ?..it was made that way intentionally to get the attention of the museum visitors?I would say it worked!
I also have a bridge for sale??..any buyers?

Posted on: 2007/2/4 12:46
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Re: 1936 Packard Information Card
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I would say that the card stating "James Ward Parker" would be a mistake, but that's just me. I'm no expert on Packards or anything.

Posted on: 2007/2/5 0:47
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Packard8: Let me point out a mistake that you have made. If you go back and read the first post I made in this thread. I never made a statement that the Packard was on display at the AACA Musuem in Hershey. I think that I made it clear the pictures of the Packard and the mistake laiden sign were taken in Harrisburg, Penna. at the new car show in the Farm Show Arena. So it would have been very hard for the mistake laiden sign, to get the attention of people visiting the AACA museum in Hershey.

John F. Shireman

Posted on: 2007/2/5 21:30
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Re: 1936 Packard Information Card
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Congratulations, you win a ride in the secret V6 Packard for detecting the misrepresentation that I intentionally planted in that post! Just wanted to see who was on their toes??.(Yeah, right?.lol).

Posted on: 2007/2/5 22:51
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