The Jalopy Journal
packardinfo.com has TONS of cool pics, and they're very nice guys!
Oh, WOW, that will look SO cool when it's done! IF it's still out there...
That is one of the baddest Ts I've ever laid eyes on!
Also make sure you visit packardinfo.com. LOTS of Packard knowledge and info and help there!
A 'Packardbaker' would NOT be my first choice for a 1958 S-P product...but if I found one that I liked, for a reasonable amount, i wouldn't turn...
My dad had a Tempest wagon with the four-banger/3 speed manual tranny in it.
Thanks for the reply! I knew someone out there must know something about it!
They always worked well for me! Just like three on the floor, only sideways...
Agreed! I've loved them since I was a little kid...
I know it is...I just started wondering whatever happened to that particular car. The detailing he did/had done to it was amazing!
Agreed! That's what it was made for...
I know that Dick is no longer with us, but I wonder what happened to that car?
It was a '65 Pontiac Bonneville coupe (maybe convertible) that was...
Bubbles, for ALL kinds of assistance on the stock drive train, be sure to check out packardinfo.com. VERY good site with LOTS of helpful info on...
Do you still have it?
Stingbean, try going to packardinfo.com if you want even more information. I'd almost bet someone on there has it!
Thank you. GREAT pics!
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Dad had a '61 Tempest wagon in the '70's...he liked it enough to pull the 4-banger and rebuild it, and have the car painted. It had a 3-speed...
When I see these cool old pics, I always wonder how many cars in them are still around, whether restored or rodded...
Personally, I like BOTH styles...but from your pictures, I say continue the build 60's style!
My dad had a '62 Checker with a Continental 6/auto combination. It was S-O S-L-O-W!.......:D
It sure looks factory from the pic...
Now THAT'S a car that makes Continental 4-door convertibles seem as common as flies!
What a great story, Cully...thanks for sharing!
What a great build!
WOW! Too bad they could never produce these!
Wow, been awhile since I looked at this thread. Keep up the good work, posters!
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