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(eBay)   Dita Von Teese is selling her 1939 Packard. Listing complete with pics of Dita with the Packard. WANT   (cgi.ebay.com) divider line 167
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2013-05-10 11:14:24 PM  

Arachnophobe: Aidan: Hey, you've got the same sets of pictures I have!

I mean... *cough* I would never presume to have asked my husband to download some 400+ pictures of Ms. Von Teese in extensive undress.

Perish the thought. ;)

Speaking of the makeup she does...

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I just like this one.

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Have you got her book? If not, try to get your hands on it. I've been told by female friends that it's a very good read, and I can personally vouch for the quality of the images.


I do not. I'm intrigued now. Thank you for the suggestion!
 
2013-05-10 11:50:30 PM  
cdn01.cdn.justjared.com

That face is why bondage gear includes full head masks.
 
2013-05-10 11:57:55 PM  

dhandler: Harry Freakstorm: [i266.photobucket.com image 640x425]

Just curious. Under the glove box, is that a liquor cabinet? I used to have one in the back seat but when I'd go back there to fix myself a martini, the cruise control would cut out and next thing I know, I'm off the sidewalk and back in to traffic.

It is a hot water heater.  Behind the doors is a small radiator that hot water from the engine cooling system would flow through.  A small fan behind it would then blow air through the radiator to heat the cabin.


So it turns hot water into steam? How hot does the hot water heater get?
 
2013-05-11 12:00:17 AM  
Oh, god. I have the hardest boner right now.

And the chick is nice too.
 
2013-05-11 12:12:36 AM  
I'd have the car.

/Packard cars were well made, the rival of Cadillac or any other premium car brand.
 
2013-05-11 12:25:17 AM  

i upped my meds-up yours: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Somaticasual: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Dita Von Teese, born Brandy Hagenthorp

Eesh

Bizarre. Wiki claims her real name is "Heather Renée Sweet"

That ones probably right. I just made mine up.

Dammit, now you've got me jonesing on Brandy Hagenthorp, and all she is is a name.


Holy shiat I almost pissed my pants at this
 
2013-05-11 01:31:29 AM  
Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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2013-05-11 01:50:26 AM  

teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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You have a Mustang?!!!  How in the hell did you acquire that?

More importantly, is it as hot in the cockpit as I've heard about?
 
2013-05-11 01:51:01 AM  

teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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And sexier too.
 
2013-05-11 02:07:50 AM  
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/Very interesting : )
 
2013-05-11 02:30:07 AM  

teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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You think that Total Fark tag is going to fool us into believing you own a Mustang? The hell you say.
 
2013-05-11 02:33:48 AM  

teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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Wanna know how I know that's not your 'stang?
/bubble canopy R/R Merlin
 
2013-05-11 03:09:14 AM  

NC140: teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

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Wanna know how I know that's not your 'stang?
/bubble canopy R/R Merlin


Merlins in the early model Bs and Cs (C was a B built in Texas, B's built in Inglewood, CA) And that was  either a greenhouse or Malcom Hood canopy.  Late model Bs and Cs had the Packard engines.  Ds and beyond had teardrops and Packard engines.
Packard licensed Merlins due to demand for Merlins in Mosquitos, Lancasters and just about every British aircraft in WWII.  And the limited production facilities at Rolls Royce.
www.zenoswarbirdvideos.com
1947 revised  F-51D flight manual.  Packard V-1650 engine.
Grandfather and two uncles purchased one complete plane and enough parts to build another one from Guatemala for a song in the late 60s.  Took a few years to get it airworthy.  The cockpit is warm, but it has vents and it's a Mustang.
 
2013-05-11 11:01:44 AM  

Aidan: darth_badger: Dita is a real classy lady and was super nice to my daughter (about 15 at the time). Spent about a half hour with my daughter talking "girl talk" with champagne and caviar too!

Of all the starlets (ie: anyone remotely famous and female) she's on my vanishingly short list of role models. I could never devote the time or enthusiasm to makeup that she does, but my god she seems good at it and so kind in addition.

I'm glad your daughter had a great time with her.


Dita took a picture with me too. I call it "Beauty and the Beast".
 
2013-05-11 11:15:18 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: i upped my meds-up yours: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Somaticasual: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Dita Von Teese, born Brandy Hagenthorp

Eesh

Bizarre. Wiki claims her real name is "Heather Renée Sweet"

That ones probably right. I just made mine up.

Dammit, now you've got me jonesing on Brandy Hagenthorp, and all she is is a name.

Holy shiat I almost pissed my pants at this


If Brandy Hagenthorp owns a classic car, it is a '58 Impala.
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2013-05-11 12:55:16 PM  

teto85: NC140: teto85: Meh.  I've got a Packard-engined vehicle from the 40s.  It's a one seater.  More fun than the car.

[farm2.static.flickr.com image 500x333]

Wanna know how I know that's not your 'stang?
/bubble canopy R/R Merlin

Merlins in the early model Bs and Cs (C was a B built in Texas, B's built in Inglewood, CA) And that was  either a greenhouse or Malcom Hood canopy.  Late model Bs and Cs had the Packard engines.  Ds and beyond had teardrops and Packard engines.
Packard licensed Merlins due to demand for Merlins in Mosquitos, Lancasters and just about every British aircraft in WWII.  And the limited production facilities at Rolls Royce.
[www.zenoswarbirdvideos.com image 800x581]
1947 revised  F-51D flight manual.  Packard V-1650 engine.
Grandfather and two uncles purchased one complete plane and enough parts to build another one from Guatemala for a song in the late 60s.  Took a few years to get it airworthy.  The cockpit is warm, but it has vents and it's a Mustang.


So you are totally not shiatting with us? Just to let you know, your one post sent me on a two hour P-51 porn spree. Again if you are not joking, I am officially jealous. And not afraid to say it in public.
 
2013-05-11 03:58:40 PM  
That Packard is nice.
You can tell from the photos that the car went through a cosmetic restoration and not a frame-off restoration.
Yes, that is an under-dash heater.
Packards are nice cars but I'll stick to owning/driving my '29 Pierce Arrow.
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/My Pierce Arrow is all original, inside and out - the motor has never even been out of it.
//No power steering, mechanical brakes, non-synchronized transmission and a 143" wheelbase means it's actual work to drive it :)
 
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