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03 Mar 2011 03:32 #19433 by Chris Summers
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That would be the Kollins-LaGrande, a custom built using Duesenberg engine J-333 on a Packard chassis with custom bodywork by Michael Kollins of Michigan in the late 1950s. It still exists more or less as it appears in the picture, owned in Vallejo, California last I heard.

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03 Mar 2011 03:33 #19434 by streamliner
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I'll definitely be there, hopefully this year! I've been bitten by the ACD bug. No known cure.

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03 Mar 2011 03:47 #19435 by streamliner
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Then these must be the extra set of Packard wheels. But now that I'm looking at the RM auction, these don't look like the same wheels...


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03 Mar 2011 04:25 #19436 by Ohio AMX
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Wow, this is great stuff!

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03 Mar 2011 05:14 #19437 by mikespeed35
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Note the L-29 with the racked back windshield.
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03 Mar 2011 05:26 #19438 by Steve Derus
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Mike, I can't find an L29 with a raked back windshield in any of the photos. Which photo is it? I see what might be an open car with a raked windshield in the background of the photo with the 59 Pontiac wagon in the foreground. its parked next to what looks to be a cream colored Duesey Arlington sedan.

Also of interest is what appears to be a Bugatti parked next to the Mormon Meteor.

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