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Packard connection to a Tucker?
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The slight Packard connection to the Tucker in this Hemmings article is the Joy Bros Motor Car Company!

Posted on: 2019/12/23 19:14
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"Out of chaos comes order" - Nietzsche.

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Re: Packard connection to a Tucker?
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For all those who don't see the connection.

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Posted on: 2019/12/23 23:41
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Gerd,

Didn't realise it was a hip flask until I saw the recent photos at right. A toast to Packards and Tuckers!

Posted on: 2019/12/24 0:04
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Cheers Mal!



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Posted on: 2019/12/24 0:26
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Re: Packard connection to a Tucker?
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According to this article, circulated by MotorCities National Heritage Area, there is another Tucker tie to Packard. http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.c ... 83-4000-b327-20d2f4c100b8

Under the heading: "This Week in Automotive History"
"Tucker started in the auto industry as a mail messenger for General Motors. Before age 30, he was vice president at a Packard dealership in Indianapolis, where he met a racecar designer named Henry Miller. Together, they discussed how to build a truly great automobile and teamed up to make racecars for Ford in the 1930s."

Merry Christmas!

Posted on: 2019/12/25 10:37
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