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The Manhattan Project Packard

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ocnblu    719
From here it looks like the roof is open, isn't that a smidge of daylight I see, looking through the top of the front door window, and it looks like the "sunroof" stops just ahead of the rearmost door, if you look at the roof. Or I could be on the wacky weed, not sure.

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From here it looks like the roof is open, isn't that a smidge of daylight I see, looking through the top of the front door window, and it looks like the "sunroof" stops just ahead of the rearmost door, if you look at the roof. Or I could be on the wacky weed, not sure.

Yeah, that's what it looks like...maybe had a folding canvas roof section or something... I'm sure there isn't much left useable if it sat that way for decades..

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balthazar    1,752

NM is pretty arid- sheetmetal should be fine- I certainly don't see a lacey lower edge to it.

What will be a memory is any cloth & rubber- tho that is easily replaced.

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Wow... I know what I'll do witha any and all '41 Packard parts that I might acquire in the future.

Awesome post. :unitedstates:

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Holy cow ... that is cool!

I've ridden in a '41 Packard ... but not a limo:

http://www.chevyasylum.com/cort/200711/RT1...ackard_JPG.html

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