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I can look at Halloween cars any day of the year, just by walking out to my garage and seeing my collection of hearses.  This is the only time of year I get invited anywhere, and I know its not me that they're inviting, its the car.  But my hearses spend Halloween safely locked up inside.  I don't need them sitting outside being targets for misguided ideas of "fun", especially after my Packard coach got egged one year.

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One of the transparent 1940 Pontiac show cars

was owned by one of our A.A.C.A. region members

in the 1970's.  He drove the fragile Plexiglas-bodied car

it in the Carlisle, Penna. Hallowe'en parade with lit pumpkins

in the see-through trunk.


That must have been quite a memorable sight!


That was in the 1960's or early 1970's.

At the time, the Pontiac was unrestored, and he had

purchased the unusual car for $750.  The picture here

shows it totally restored, with a later owner, also from

our A.A.C.A. region.


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