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  1. The37Kid
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    th.jpg If Plymouth is named after the rock, how come they didn't use the song Like a Rock?:confused::confused::confused:
     
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    Nice Studebaker. 54? I think it's a Commander V8 by the Y emblem on the front.
     
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    Break time is over....Back to `60 Plymouth bashing...…….. 1 a car.jpg
     
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    Fouling the streets of Belgium. 1 a car.jpg
     
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    Sullying the streets of Mayfair 1 a car.jpg
     
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    Bringing blight to an otherwise pleasant day. 1 a car.jpg
     
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    Ab Jenkins.
     
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    Fred Duesenberg making sure that pump jockey tops off the oil correctly.
     
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  16. Packard at Boulder Dam [Hoover Dam], Nevada, 1934
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  17. Packard sedan, Southern California, 1932
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  18. Mr. Lacy, Hillcrest Country Club, 1940
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  19. 1941 Packards, L.A.
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  20. Presenting Packard to Palmolive contest winner, Southern California, 1935
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  21. Breawood Auto Service Station - 367 N. La Brea, 1933
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  22. Packard official cars at National Air Races, Southern California, 1928
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  23. Packard, Mr. Kelley, Southern California, 1924
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  24. Original owner of 1927 Packard, 22 January 1953.
    Matthew Anthony Wilson -- 78 years (putting license number for year 1953 on Packard).
    Wilson dusting off top of car, which is a daily chore for him."
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  25. Cleanator pumps, 1425 West Pico Street, 1931
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  27. I own one I really appreciate, but I've never thought of it as a "beauty". More like it's so homely it's cool ! I do personally prefer the 57 Sweptside to the 58/59, although they have their own charms. Always thought it "cheap" Dodge didn't create a piece of trim to continue flow of stainless trim from door to the bed. Wish I had the Fargo version.
    I got mine from an auction by Silver of hundreds of old Mopars accumulated by a NW dealer over years. There were 3 Sweptsides in the auction.
     
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    I thought that was a Beefeater for a minute until I zoomed in!
    Now, I see it is just a Bobby:)
     
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    WTF????
     
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