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Thread: Packard Hawk SOLD on BaT

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    Looks nice!.....
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    This automobile looks like a solid survivor. The future owner could make a large profit by reupholstering the interior in factory materials, but that would just seem like a waste. If I were to miraculously possess this one, I'd be sorely tempted to name her "Pauline the Packard!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stude Shoo-wop! View Post
    This automobile looks like a solid survivor. The future owner could make a large profit by reupholstering the interior in factory materials, but that would just seem like a waste. If I were to miraculously possess this one, I'd be sorely tempted to name her "Pauline the Packard!"
    I would keep the interior. Have you priced a correct repro leather seating area for a Packard Hawk?
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    Complete kit from SE Studebaker $5210.00 cash. This Hawk would be well worth anything you put in to it. It's only money, you can't take it with you!
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    Jake,
    [QUOTE]If I were to miraculously possess this one, I'd be sorely tempted to name her "Pauline the Packard![QUOTE]

    Don't be shy. I named my '57 Clipper Wagon "Colette the Clipper" in honor of my painter's wife.
    Bill

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