We have been talking Packards today. In putting the piece together on the Packard Six, I came across this photo that just begs for a Curbside Caption. Let’s see what you’ve got.
…who knows how to keep four young women so happy and motivated.
Even in grade school, Hugh Heffner had a unique way with women.
In the Palm Springs desert rally, Reginald Throckmorton was slowed considerably by his leisurely pit crew. He didn’t care.
All of his competitors wondered why Burt’s Super Sinclair got so much more business from emergency road service than the rest of them did.
Now where did the old bastard leave the gold? It must be here somewhere.
A real four-banger.
I’ll take four on the floor…
“Welcome to heaven. Here are the keys to your Packard. We’re almost done detailing it, then one of the girls can show you around.”
Now THAT’s a Curbside Classic Heaven!
Old bastard-gold. Priceless!
Gee, I thought this was the Bikini Car Wash.
Before surfing was invented, the Swedish bikini team tried their hands with various pursuits.
Ask the man who owns one. Seems to say it all here.
Harold’s wife always wondered why he took his car to the body shop so frequently.
(Begging the pardon of all the artists who recorded “So Round So Firm So Fully Packed”.)
If you don’t think she’s lot of fun just ask the man who owns one
So round so firm so fully packed that’s my gal.
Ask the man who’s about to get one
Ask the man who’s paying for one
Ask the man who thinks his car will help him get one
Ask the man who’s getting more than you
This isn’t what I thought they meant when the girls from the April 1st ‘We All Need To Make A Buck Somehow’ post told me I’d get “full service”.
Ask the man who gets some.
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