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  • #16
    Aren't the dashboards for Hawks also fiberglass under the turned aluminum?

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    • #17
      Aren't the dashboards for Hawks also fiberglass under the turned aluminum?

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      • #18
        Sorry about that..retyped the link



        New Jersey & Studes Perfect Together

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        • #19
          Sorry about that..retyped the link



          New Jersey & Studes Perfect Together

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          • #20
            In the Cars that Matter Price Guide produced by our friend Dave Kinney, a Concourse Quality 58 P-H has avalue of$53.5K and his#2 which is most people's #1 is $41.2K. Anxious to see what this on egoes for.

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            • #21
              In the Cars that Matter Price Guide produced by our friend Dave Kinney, a Concourse Quality 58 P-H has avalue of$53.5K and his#2 which is most people's #1 is $41.2K. Anxious to see what this on egoes for.

              See you in the future as I write about our past
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              • #22
                If you search Barrett-Jacksons website, this car was in their Scottsdale Auction in 2005 and went for 39500...



                New Jersey & Studes Perfect Together

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                • #23
                  If you search Barrett-Jacksons website, this car was in their Scottsdale Auction in 2005 and went for 39500...



                  New Jersey & Studes Perfect Together

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                  • #24
                    Interesting to see if it has appreciated any more in the last 3 years.

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                    • #25
                      Interesting to see if it has appreciated any more in the last 3 years.

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                      • #26
                        There are a lot of errors in this article. I love where he claims there are about 100 of these cars left. Strange since I can name where 248 are and that is not all by a long shot. The car was originally referred to as "Hurley's Hawk" by the guys on the assembly line. They were not real happy to have to pull other things aside to assemble a Packard Hawk when one came down the line. So they tended to call them Hurley Hawks, not as an affectionate term.


                        Mike
                        www.packardhawk.com

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                        • #27
                          There are a lot of errors in this article. I love where he claims there are about 100 of these cars left. Strange since I can name where 248 are and that is not all by a long shot. The car was originally referred to as "Hurley's Hawk" by the guys on the assembly line. They were not real happy to have to pull other things aside to assemble a Packard Hawk when one came down the line. So they tended to call them Hurley Hawks, not as an affectionate term.


                          Mike
                          www.packardhawk.com

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                          • #28
                            I agree with you, MikeW. The writer of this article has done next to zero research and knows not what he is talking about. There are more errors in the piece than there are facts.
                            I'm not sure that exposure of this kind is actually a good thing.

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                            • #29
                              I agree with you, MikeW. The writer of this article has done next to zero research and knows not what he is talking about. There are more errors in the piece than there are facts.
                              I'm not sure that exposure of this kind is actually a good thing.

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                              • #30
                                By the way, there were no Packard Hawks painted Black and Red from the factory. Parade red was available only with Parchment White as a two tone or solid Parade Red as a solid color. The code for this car was P5856 which is Shadowtone Red Metallic base color and Parchment White top color.

                                Mike
                                www.packardhawk.com

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