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  • #16
    I saw my first Packard Hawk at the 1983 North Central Zone Meet in Golden, CO. I wonder who owns it today?
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    • #17
      I have a copy of the PH roster list that Mike Williams made up. If anyone wants a copy of it please send me a email. My email address is jdavidengler@gmail.com
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      Packardbakerly,
      J.D.

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      • #18
        There is a group on Facebook, they require membership to get access to what information; https://www.facebook.com/groups/138565176180066

        I know of a fellow who is restoring one in St. Louis, MO. I just sold him a McCulloch VS 57 SC and he expressed interest in a registry. He has some information already I believe. Many months back there was a very rough one for sale in, I think, in the Balston Spa, NY area.
        Toby Knoll Garage

        www.tobyknollgarage.com
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        '51 Muntz Jet
        '53 Woodill Wildfire/Dodge
        '54 Hudson Hornet Grand National Tribute car
        '55 Studebaker Speedster/Cadillac
        '56 Corvette SR replica

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        • #19
          I will be selling my two Packard Hawks this coming spring including a large hoard of N.O.S. parts.
          Sorry to hijack this thread.
          Robert Kapteyn

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          • #20
            Originally posted by vetteson View Post
            There is a group on Facebook, they require membership to get access to what information; https://www.facebook.com/groups/138565176180066

            I know of a fellow who is restoring one in St. Louis, MO. I just sold him a McCulloch VS 57 SC and he expressed interest in a registry. He has some information already I believe. Many months back there was a very rough one for sale in, I think, in the Balston Spa, NY area.
            Who is restoring one in St. Louis? I'm near there and haven't heard about it through the grapevine.
            Bez Auto Alchemy
            573-318-8948
            http://bezautoalchemy.com


            "Don't believe every internet quote" Abe Lincoln

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            • #21
              As I recall here on the forum sometime last year there was a rare rare rare ( redundant isn't it) rough Packard Hawk for sale with a 3 speed overdrive and A/C. What happened to that car that would be worth saving?

              Bob Miles
              That would be a ghost rider in the sky Packard Hawk

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              • #22
                Originally posted by bezhawk View Post

                Who is restoring one in St. Louis? I'm near there and haven't heard about it through the grapevine.
                I only know him through Ebay because he purchased a VS 57 supercharger from me. His name is Anthony Simmons. You can try to reach him through his Ebay name onest8. We talked over the phone and it's a car he has always wanted.
                Toby Knoll Garage

                www.tobyknollgarage.com
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                '51 Muntz Jet
                '53 Woodill Wildfire/Dodge
                '54 Hudson Hornet Grand National Tribute car
                '55 Studebaker Speedster/Cadillac
                '56 Corvette SR replica

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                • #23
                  I don't know if it's still there, but while looking for directions to Darryl Starbird's museum, I stumbled into an old DX gas station in 2011. It was in Afton, OK and they had converted it into a Rt 66 trinket/souvenir store. The owner correctly assumed I was a car guy (I was driving a Vette), so lead me into a room to look at couple old Packards he had. One was a '57-'58 4-door and the other was a '58 Hawk. The documentation indicated it was owned by David M. Kane from Darien, CT (who might have been the store owner too) and had won a top award at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. Then in another room was a Huppmobile SkyLark, a '30's Packard based motorhome, and a '34 Packard V-12 2-dr coupe with rumble seat (Greenwich, CT Concours), along with a few more cars where I didn't take pictures.
                  The "Afton Station" was still active in 2018, according to Google Earth streetview.
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