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1941 Packard Super Eight One-Eighty

1941 Packard Super Eight One-Eighty in Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Movie, 1988 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1941 Packard Super Eight One-Eighty

Position 00:41:10 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2006-07-13 23:58

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Firebird86 US

2006-07-14 00:08

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1941 Packard One-eighty Limousine link

-- Last edit: 2006-07-14 00:09:32

antp BE

2006-07-14 11:28

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We have one listed as "180", and this one as "One-Eighty". So what is the best naming for these Packards?
Same question for the "110", and for the few "One Twenty" without "-"...

DAF555 SE

2006-07-15 13:21

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antp wrote We have one listed as "180", and this one as "One-Eighty". So what is the best naming for these Packards?
Same question for the "110", and for the few "One Twenty" without "-"...


1941 Packard Super-8 One-Eighty, a long name...

One-Eighty is even badged on the cars this year, no "-" should be used.

If it should be Super-8 or Super Eight differs over the years, for simplicty when searching we might use the letters on all. But maybe it┤s better to use the designations applied by Packard even if they mix numbers and letters. For 1939 there┤s the Packard Six, the Packard 120 and the Packard Super-8 for instance.

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-- Last edit: 2006-07-15 13:43:40

antp BE

2006-07-15 15:18

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They used different styles in advertising, but that's just advertising. I think it would be better to use the name used for registration of the car, or the name usually used in serious books etc. Using the same naming style for various models also makes easy the search of them on the site, as you said.
As example I could give the Renault with numbers: they often wrote the numbers in letters (and even nicknames, like "Supercinq" for the new Renault 5), though the official names were using numbers...

Firebird86 US

2006-07-15 16:11

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I put One-eighty in the edit(I removed the dash) because thats the way its on the car. I understand simplification thought, so which ever way y all decide is fine with me. It really doesnt matter to me. [:frenzy]

mike962

2018-10-24 21:48

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-- Last edit: 2018-10-25 17:16:49 (walter)

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