There is just so much wrong in this next listing, but let’s first dissect the text entered in the “title” portion of the advert. 1996 — yes, this is good, the year of manufacture; Packlin — not sure what packlin is…perhaps the crinckly bags that chitlins come in? Lincon — another thing that isn’t a word that I understand…a short wheelbase Lincoln perhaps? Packard — This is a defunct American luxury automobile brand that died because Roosevelt promised Stalin the dies to the Packard Senior sedan so the Russkies could make the ZiS-110 limousines. Find this 1996 Packlin Lincon Packard here on eBay bidding for $5,000 reserve-not-met with 5 days to go, located in Pittsfield, MA.
Obviously this started life as a 1996 Lincoln Town Car, but how it has been transformed is a mystery to me — is it a kit? Or a custom? I dunno. But I do know that it has more curves in the back than a pregnant rhinoceros.
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