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Year
1936
Make
Packard
Model
Henney Hearse
Color
Black
History
This was a pre- WW II Navy Flower Car hearse from Vallejo.
I used to have two of them and used them as delivery vehicles for my stereo business and recording studios in Berkeley in the 70's.
I had the engine machine blueprinted and dynamically balanced by Sammy Hale Engineering , fuel drag racing champion machinist shop in the 70's in South San Francisco.
The engine was then hand assembled by master mechanic Tommy Rust (Sears Point Raceway shop) .
It now sits in my office driveway in Mill Valley.
1936 Packard Henney Hearse (Black)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Straight 8 Packard engineering.
P51 Mustang , move over!
Interior
"Open". I horizontal passenger.
Exterior
Eclectic. Cheap silver paint over beautiful indestructible black multi-layered black lacquer.
Fabric roof is gone.
Interior is mostly gone.
But, geez, it's cool, even still.
Audio
Clear views of ground and sky.
Suspension
Some.
Wheel and Tire
Big and basic.

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