Happy Birthday Packard Wagon!

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  1. 57pack

    57pack Member

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    On Thursday March 28th 1957 my Packard Clipper Country Sedan (station wagon) rolled out of the factory door in South Bend Indiana.
    I’m working on a new interior and hopefully later this summer, a new paint job!
     
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    Nice to hear you're working on your wagon. Happy Birthday! Longroofs Rule!
     
  3. Grizz

    Grizz Are we there yet???

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    So what is considered the actual moment a car is born? Some hardliners would say it’s at the moment of conception still in blueprint form or, Would it be the first time fuel can be detected in the cylinder? Some might even say a car is not fully a car until the day it’s rolled into daylight given that final slap on the rear quarter panel and sent out into the world. Regardless of your spiritual and mechanical beliefs:HAPPY BIRTHDAY CAR!!!! Are there any pictures of the celebration?
     
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    My belief is when somebody first hits the accelerator! Longroofs Rule!
     
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    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    That's pretty dang neat. Happy birthday Packard wagon.
     

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