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  • #16
    LaPalma/09

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    • #17
      Hello There JIM ,
      What a great looking car especially in that colour combination . With the
      passage of time , I think these cars are really now deserving of more respect . I also wonder
      that you have had the car long term and kept it looking so good .
      BRUCE NEASMITH
      Sydney Australia

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      • #18
        "I also wonder
        that you have had the car long term and kept it looking so good" .
        BRUCE NEASMITH
        Sydney Australia

        Hello Bruce
        that's easy. I retired the Packard from a daily driver after the '89 Las Vegas show. now it travels on my car trailer to shows that are not in Bakersfield,Ca. But it still lives OUTSIDE under a car cover 365 days a year!

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        • #19
          JIM ,
          For those of us that do need to keep a car stored outside , do you have any
          recommendations about which type or brand of cover is good . I've always been
          a bit worried about moisture getting between the cover and the body of the car.
          Presumably you've worked out a solution which keeps the paint & interior good .
          Bruce Neasmith
          Sydney , Australia.

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          • #20
            I am looking for a nice 58 Packard coupe if anyone has any leads
            thanks
            Charlie@letix.org
            palo alto,cal

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            • #21
              Originally posted by tailfins View Post
              I am looking for a nice 58 Packard coupe if anyone has any leads
              thanks
              Charlie@letix.org
              palo alto,cal
              By "58 Packard coupe" most would take that to mean a 1958 Packard Hawk (K body coupe). If you really mean a car like in this topic/thread, that would be a 1958 Packard Hardtop (J body "sedan").

              EDIT: They are both hardtops, but completely different bodies.
              Gary L.
              Wappinger, NY

              SDC member since 1968
              Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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              • #22
                There is/was one of these in Tulsa somewhere, i was driving around one day in an area i had never been in, and stumbled upon it. looked just like this one. Ever had it to Tulsa Ok.?
                101st Airborne Div. 326 Engineers Ft Campbell Ky.

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