1931 Packard Boattail Speedster

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Love it. Very well done .

I've become a huge fan of the early cars (1935 and prior) and same here, have been buying them up as funds allow

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They are always on eBay as you may know Bill. They go cheap enough if you watch a handful at a time.

Keep it on the down low though, we don't want them to become the next Twinkie glut!!!!

Thanks to all...

Bob

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Nice, Bob. The silver/black does very good on that, I must agree. About the only thing I might have done differently is the interior color- brown tones with silver and gray always looked a bit odd to me. Regardless, well done.

Charlie Larkin

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Posted · Report post

Very classy, I think the colors are perfect.

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Fantastic build Bob!!! Whatever it takes to break a slump is good, and this looks like a museum piece.

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They are always on eBay as you may know Bill. They go cheap enough if you watch a handful at a time.

Keep it on the down low though, we don't want them to become the next Twinkie glut!!!!

Bob

B) Agreed

I watch for them regularly and have bought a few in the past several months . Most recent was a 1933 Imperial kit

I REALLY like the early cars.

Edited by gtx6970

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Posted · Report post

nice work definetly inspired me to build mine

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Love it! It's always nice to see the prewar classics being built.

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I like this one!!!

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