Paul Dicker's 1941 Packard
1941 Packard 110 Business Coupe owned by Paul Dickers from Sarasota, Florida. Paul had the car while he was studying to become an engineer, and used to car between classes. He installed 15" rims with 7.60-15 in the rear and 6.70-15 up front. The upholstery was done in green and white, contrasting to the 1956 Chrysler Nugget Gold exterior. Paul had a Hi-Fi radio with hidden dual speakers. The Packard was featured as the "Readers' Car of the Month" in Rod & Custom March 1960.
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