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1937 Packard Six [115C]

1937 Packard Six [115C] in Japan's War in Colour, Documentary, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1937 Packard Six [115C]

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dsl SX

2011-02-04 23:57

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Another 1937 Nissan Type 70?

Lateef NO

2011-02-04 23:59

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This is from Pearl Harbor, so I doubt it.

dsl SX

2011-02-05 00:06

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OK if US, how about the 1936 Graham-Paige Crusader (2.8 litre) which was the basis of the 70?? I've only got 1 picture, side-on in a book which is the Nissan and it's identical - doors, window shapes and proportions, bonnet outline. I'll try and find something online.

Edit - try Link to "en.wikipedia.org" , but maybe the 1935 grille is better - Link to "www.motorsnaps.com" .

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130rapid PL

2011-02-05 00:12

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We need pilou :hello: :sun:

Commander 57 US

2011-02-05 00:19

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Definitely looks Packard to me. '36 to '37 range, I would say.

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nzcarnerd NZ

2011-02-05 02:25

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It is a six cylinder Packard - note the short engine hood. The first of them was 1937.

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62imperial US

2011-02-05 04:31

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This car was mentioned in Walter Lord's book Day of Infamy:

"Four Navy Yard workers were blown to pieces in their green '37 Packard at the corner of Judd and Iholena."

(Ironically not by a Japanese bomb, but one of several U.S. Navy antiaircraft shells that landed in Honolulu during the attack.)

dsl SX

2016-01-16 13:41

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62imperial US

2016-10-03 06:03

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This is another photo; the bodies of the four men are still inside. I warn you it's rather graphic in close-up:
Link to "ww2.wwarii.com"

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