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 OT: name this car?

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Originally Posted by Dan Moffet
I would name it "Morticia".

I think that has to be the most sinister vehicle I have ever seen. For the Dr. Who? fans, there's even a stone angel guarding it.
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I would name it "Morticia".

I think that has to be the most sinister vehicle I have ever seen. For the Dr. Who? fans, there's even a stone angel guarding it.

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you know it might be old buick or LaSalle..  my eye sight not that good anymore.. laterbc

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Looks to be a 1940 Packard 

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Hello all,
while visiting New Jersey this Christmas, I found this car at a body shop. Although not exactly my cup of tea, I am intrigued as to the make and model they used to modify it into a hearse. I couldn't get a picture of the front as that could have been helpful. Anybody knows?
cheers,
Abel