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1940 Packard

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by bigstalks, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. bigstalks

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    Check out this video shoot for a 1940 Packard. Shot with my p4. Let me know what you guys think



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  2. royster

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    Nicely done, its a change seeing a classic on the move, rather than just sitting there, with the standard side, front shots. Did you fly manually or ?
    Again, very well done & beautiful Packard, one rare machine!
     
  3. MPPilot

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    I might be too much of a purist, but I think it would look better without all the added chrome around the windows. Does bring back memories, my grandmother used to pick me up in her 1940's something Packard. Kind of odd these days seeing the word Packard without the words Hewlett or Bell next to it. I'm too old, its too late, I'm going to shut up now.
     
  4. bigstalks

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    Thanks guys. This is definitely a showstopper.. I think the chrome looks really good but it's my opinion. I flew it manually and walked around it with the p4..

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