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renato bardi
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Captura web 3 9 2022 191153 esvalmodels.com
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Captura web 3 9 2022 191348 esvalmodels.com

   
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Moe Parr
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Is that Packard available yet?

Barry Levittan
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renato bardi
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@moe-parr is just a prototype


   
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Moe Parr
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@renato-bardi Thanks. It'll be on my list to purchase when it's issued!

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@renato-bardi Thanks. It'll be on my list to purchase when it's issued!

Mine too. That old "fish mouth" never looked better!


   
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Captura web 3 9 2022 191153 esvalmodels.com
Captura web 3 9 2022 191245 esvalmodels.com
Captura web 3 9 2022 191318 esvalmodels.com
Captura web 3 9 2022 191348 esvalmodels.com

Funny, the Packard gets blackwalls and the truck whitewalls.

John F. Quilter
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Jack Dodds
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IMHO this car is about as unattractive as styling got in '58 (even worse than Olds and Buick) BUT I will definitely be buying one because of its place in automotive history.


   
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David H
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I like Packards, and here is the very last corner of my Packard display.  One like yours might fit the subject, but after looking at your good pictures, I'm kind of glad I'm out of room.   Thanks for your good post, Renato.  Keep them coming!

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I love the Oscar Mayer(sic) Wienermobile.


   
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@d-m-holcombe  But it would go along well with your 1956 Packard sedan and Hawk.   I thought Esval had,  in the past,  planned a 1957 Packard station wagon as well.

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@john-quilter Esval told me that they are planned but the frst prototype need some improvemets.


   
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@john-quilter Esval told me that they are planned but the frst prototype need some improvemets.

Great.  Now if I could just find some inexpensive 1959-60 Studebaker Larks to work with in my modifications    Here's just one.

 

1960 Studebaker X2 #2

John F. Quilter
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@john-quilter Esval told me that they are planned but the frst prototype need some improvemets.

Great.  Now if I could just find some inexpensive 1959-60 Studebaker Larks to work with in my modifications    Here's just one.

 

1960 Studebaker X2 #2

I am amazed that no one (to my knowledge at least) has done this era Lark wagon and 2drht. in 1:43.


   
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@john-quilter Esval told me that they are planned but the frst prototype need some improvemets.

Great.  Now if I could just find some inexpensive 1959-60 Studebaker Larks to work with in my modifications    Here's just one.

 

1960 Studebaker X2 #2

I am amazed that no one (to my knowledge at least) has done this era Lark wagon and 2drht. in 1:43.

I love this era of Larks, so,  find me a beat up, cheap Brooklin and I'll do it.    Angling for a convertible and four door sedan as well.

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


   
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I just checked the 'bay and found several BRK Lark convertibles (by John Roberts), one BRK Lark 2 door sedan, and an interesting '65 Lark Wagonaire by EMC.  Prices are high.


   
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