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Oracle of Delphi

Can you guess who made this car?

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It's orange, it's cool and it's a domestic. Keep looking at the pics, if you don't know what it is I will show you the name of the car at the end.

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Do you know what brand it is yet?

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If you don't know what it is yet, this next pic will tell you.

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I hope you enjoyed the pics!

Edited by Pontiac Custom-S

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balthazar    2,017

I forgot about this car- haven't seen pics of it in a long while.

Did you take those pics, PCS? If so, did you take any of the Panther-Daytona??

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ocnblu    777
Two Packards, eh. I much prefer the one on the left.

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ZL-1    160

Two Packards, eh. I much prefer the one on the left.

Yes! Very, very elegant car! Edited by ZL-1

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balthazar    2,017

>>"Two Packards, eh. I much prefer the one on the left."<<

I love Packards of the '50-56 era- they built a slew of fantabulous cars. These 2 are both factory specials. That's the '52 Pan American on the left (1 of 6 built), indeed a stunning, gorgeous car, while the '54 Panther-Daytona (1 of 4) on the right is a supercharged fiberglas 2-seater that unofficially hit 131 MPH on the sand. I would love to see either or both in person, and would devote large blocks of drool-laced time to each. All 4 Daytonas exist, but I didn't know there were 6 Pan Americans originally- haven't heard much of them. Great to see at least one stately defying time.

Put that Pan American up against the '07 Rolls drophead and see why I laugh ('Ho-Ho!!') at the pathetic Rolls ('Engine by BMW, body by International Harvestor')

Thanks, PCS!

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