We’ll get to some dual cowl cars from other marques soon, but continuing in a Packard dual cowl phaeton vein, here’s a cream colored example, also on display at the Packard Proving Grounds’ fall open house. Well, actually the pics were taken as the show was ending and it was leaving the Grouds – but then I’m one of those car guys that prefers to see cars being driven. I think it’s a 1931, at least that’s what I think the vintage license plate says. If Dick Kughn’s fire engine red Packard phaeton is a bit over the top for you, you could always buy one in this color – so you can arrive in style but in an understated manner.
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