Mutt and jeff

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goslow
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Mutt and jeff

Post by goslow » Tue Dec 20, 2016 4:56 am

Checking anti freeze.
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Adam
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Re: Mutt and jeff

Post by Adam » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:54 am

Nice Spitfire and nice 23(?)rd series.

They must make quite a contrast to drive.

Adam..
"Do not underestimate the English cousin.....they are not as stupid as they look!" - Signor Altabani in The Italian Job.

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Re: Mutt and jeff

Post by goslow » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:09 am

Thanks Adam. If I'm interpreting the numbers right it a 49 delux 8. 2262-9-58813. You are right its a totally different driving experience between the two. The Packard runs smooth and floats, the Spitfire is like driving a go-cart on these mountain roads. Both are fun in their own way. I love taking the Packard to car shows and having young people ask..."what's a Packard" ?

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