Top Ten Things Not to Do at the Production of the Last Packard Automobile in 1956


Check out another great top ten list from John Howell’s Fiction Favorites blog. This one is the TOP TEN THINGS NOT TO DO AT THE PRODUCTION OF THE LAST PACKARD AUTOMOBILE IN 1956

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This week marks the anniversary of the production of the last Packard automobile in Detroit, Michigan in 1956. The Packard was, at one time, the hallmark of luxury production cars. The company used the slogan, “Ask a man who owns one,” for many years. Since this is the passing of an icon, it seems only right to go and watch the last machine to roll off the production line.  Take your top ten list so you don’t stumble inadvertently into a situation that could cause a tear in the time continuum. So pack your bag and let’s go.

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the Production of the Last Packard Automobile in 1956.

10 If you go, do not mention the name Cadillac while in the factory. If you do, at best you may not be heard over the noise. At worst, the production crew who have just been told…

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