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July 3, 2016 - Packard Factory, Akron, Ohio

Jonathan L ·
On a road trip I happened upon a classic car show in the parking lot outside the Packard Museum in Akron Ohio
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Re: July 3, 2016 - Packard Factory, Akron, Ohio

PHeymont ·
OK...I love the Packard...but what's with that Delorean? Has the time-travel equipment been stripped?
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Re: July 3, 2016 - Packard Factory, Akron, Ohio

Jonathan L ·
Yes, Paul, there was no sign of a flux capacitor. I have always like the look of the Delorean, especially the wings
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Re: July 3, 2016 - Packard Factory, Akron, Ohio

GarryRF ·
That's a wonderful collection of cars Jonathan. I don't think I've seen a Packard before. So thanks for adding this maker to my list. I'm off to Google Packard images and spend an hour "going back in time" .. Q. Did every kid have a model Delorean ?
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Re: July 3, 2016 - Packard Factory, Akron, Ohio

PHeymont ·
Garry, if you really want to know more about Packards..."Ask the man who owns one!" There, I got that in! It was Packard's great advertising slogan for many years. Enjoy your research: It was a great luxury brand that ran down after World War II, but it was also a pioneer in a number of ways, including being the first cars to have air-conditioning...in the 1930s!
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August 31, 2020: 1932 Packard, Reno

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger enjoyed this elegant 1932 Packard Coupe Roadster, on display at the National Automobile Museum.
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