May 2010 Hemmings Motor News

Packard coverage in books, magazines, and other media. Also queries on owner's, parts and service manuals, service letters and counselors, and other PMCC publications. Limited excerpts from PAC publications.
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Dave Czirr
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May 2010 Hemmings Motor News

Post by Dave Czirr » Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:21 am

Anyone seen the article on the 1942 120 convertible being called a CLIPPER, and stating that that body was the only 1942 style exempted from Clipper styling? Hard to believe that copy made it all the way to press without being caught.

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Re: May 2010 Hemmings Motor News

Post by jacko » Fri Apr 02, 2010 5:25 pm

Dave, I will go back and look at the article since I missed this fopaw! Thanks for pointing this Hemmings error out.

Bob

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Re: May 2010 Hemmings Motor News

Post by John Harley » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:50 pm

DAve

Boy, it hit me in the face.....There are also a lot of comments in the auction section about Packards selling for low prices because people are forgetting about them. I guess people are forgetting to do fact checking on them too.

All the more reason to get them out and around now the weather is good

Regards


john Harlet

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