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January 17, 2008


Terry Thornton

Tim, Good show! I spent the better part of an hour when this was first posted trying to "figure it out." My first impression was the car is stuck in icy and snow --- and then I glanced at the car and was fooled for a moment into thinking it a Packard. [My father bought his first Packard in 1950; the one in which I learned to drive.] So I went to the Packard page and spent more time than I had drooling over the various years, shapes, sizes, etc of those wonderful cars. I determined your mystery car was not a Packard --- more pressing issues arose --- and here I am finally getting back to this. I still think late season snow --- drifted up [like sand] to car's edge. Sun has melted snow off car and man is determined to remove the car to a more accessible spot! That's my story and I'm sticking to it!

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