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    This is the dashboard from a 1930's Packard automobile. I really like the Art Deco nature of the car and the design of the dashboard. The original image was in color but I think black & white suits it better.

    I've been trying to track down the exact model which had this dashboard, but so far the closest I've come is the 1934 Packard 1107 Limo which had a very similar dash. The layout was the same but the style of the dials was just a bit different.

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    1. F E N I K © Prensa [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

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    2. zilverbat. 83 months ago | reply

      Fantastic capture !! very well done !

    3. Frederic-JG 83 months ago | reply

      Cord are fabulous car, as your capture

    4. Julian E... 83 months ago | reply

      This shot has feeling..............

    5. jhoweaa 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the comments. The more I look at the image, the more I like it. I actually think it would make a cool mouse pad image.

    6. eYe_image 83 months ago | reply

      love the composition - well done!

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    7. Canon Screwdriver (gary syrba) 83 months ago | reply

      Simply beautiful! Black and white was the perfect choice here!

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    10. strobeme 76 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Classic Car Dashboards, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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