1920 Twin Six

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1920 Twin Six

Post by Dave Czirr » Fri Aug 01, 2014 6:22 am

Here's a photo I've never seen before, this from Gunther Hoyt. Anyone care to guess - is this custom coachwork or just a handicraft modification? If the former, any guesses of who did the coachwork? Maybe European? Big car, small gal - I wonder how she does at parallel parking?
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Re: 1920 Twin Six

Post by Don R's Cars » Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:38 am

Cool car. That section of the quarter panel in front of the rear fender looks a little weird, like they just dropped a shorter body on and didn't patch the old fender well. Homebuilt?
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Re: 1920 Twin Six

Post by John Harley » Fri Aug 01, 2014 6:48 pm

Dave

Leon Rubay, in Cleveland?

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Re: 1920 Twin Six

Post by zeeshan » Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:07 am

Hello. I have been tasked by a client to make a replica luggage box for his 1935 Packard 12. The images I have found are not very good for research sake and was hoping to find some guidance from one of the members of this club. Any help would be greatly appreciated and I thank you for your time and considerations in this matter.

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Re: 1920 Twin Six

Post by JD in KC » Sat Jan 03, 2015 8:03 am

This clown (also posting as zeeshan123) is cutting and pasting unrelated posts from other threads probably due to a lack of fluency in English. I suspect it's an attempt to plant advertising web links in the forum using the signature line. He/she isn't succeeding.

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