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Size: 47" x 78"Red Packard Car 1931; All cardboard cutouts come folded and have an easel attached to the back to be self-standing. Items are printed and produced to order. Printing and processing takes up to 5 business days + shipping time. Rush production and shipping is available. Cardboard cutout of a 1931 Red Packard. Packard was luxury brand of automobiles that were first produced in 1899 in Detroit Michigan. During World War II, Packard was considered the preeminent luxury automobile. It was a status symbol to own one. Franklin Roosevent was known to give Packard limos as gifts. Dimensions are 78x47in

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Red Packard Car 1931 Features
  • Easle attached, easy to assemble, use immediately
  • Official life size cutouts stand as tall as the celebrity they portray
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  • All cardboard standees arrive folded for easy transportation and storage

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Life sizeRed Packard Car 1931 cardboard cutouts standup and out in a room.Red Packard Car 1931 cutouts come folded with easel attached for quick storage, transportation and setup when decorating your nextRed Packard Car 1931 themed party or event. Setup multipleRed Packard Car 1931 cutouts to create an amazing photo opportunity that will have even the adults lining up and asking how you did it.

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