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Old 03-06-2013, 11:37 AM
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Well if you are going to beg, I will need to google.

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You guys are out of my league. I do know that a '54 Mercury Marauder is very, very rare with or without the fuzzy dice.

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Make, year, and model.

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Packard, 1953, Caribbean
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i will try again Studebaker hawk ,But hood doesnot look rite ,side windows windsheild look stude.
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:26 PM
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Packard, 1953, Caribbean
Give that man a cigar!
That's it, I saw it at the LeMay.

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Thanks, BB.


This should be an easy one:

What car is this? (year and make)

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Well that went over like a fart in church.....

Maybe this will make it easier:



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LOL, I still don't know what it is! It looks like a Packard but it isn't.

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Willis had a car called a knight that would match the emblem but i think it was smaller. willis ,kaiser ,frazer and nash kinda looked alike back then ,I guess i dont have a guess
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Another hint:

The company that produced this car is still in business today.

There's no penalty for guessing
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Holy crap, I don't have a clue. It's got to be a Chrysler product, but I don't know which one.



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Come on guys. Even I knew this one but didn't want to have to think up a question. Of course I am a Ford kind of guy.

55 Lincoln

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Looks like 55 Lincoln Premier. Love the way the hood covers up the key slot. I knew I'd seen it before but I sure couldn't put a name on it. You got me Joe!

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You got it, John.

It's a '55 Lincoln Capri. I believe the 56's have the same trunk handle as well. The knight's visor is the keyhole cover...pretty cool.

Next question is yours, John.
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You got it, John.

It's a '55 Lincoln Capri. I believe the 56's have the same trunk handle as well. The knight's visor is the keyhole cover...pretty cool.

Next question is yours, John.
Not mine . John was the brain that solved this mystery. I was just a BB-come-lately. Yours John.

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