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    In responding to a letter to the editor today, I had to do a bit of research on the Blue Ridge Parkway. When I Googled the name and opened the first site, up appeared what looks like an early '50's yellow Packard convertible exiting a tunnel.

    Here is the link: http://www.blueridgeparkway.org/

    The image is small and I can't see the grille well enoungh to get a year, perhaps someone more knowledgeable can identify it.




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    Looks like a '53 to me. I can't see the rear fender well enough to tell which model (chrome trim below the character line molding denotes top-level car).


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      Looks like a '53 to me. I can't see the rear fender well enough to tell which model (chrome trim below the character line molding denotes top-level car).


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