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An Aircraft On Wheels
The Packard Motor Company relied on making luxurious cars that were highly refined, fitted with luxurious coachwork, and powered by proven engineering. This belief had placed them among the elite in the auto industry during the early 1900s. As the world entered the Great Depression, the Packard Company was one of the few that managed to survive. In fact, they outsold all of their competitors combined. They had entered the Depression in excellent financial health and they emerged with strong financial footing. But the post depression era had them worried, as the number of potential buyers had dwindled as fortunes were lost.
The Packard Super Eight rested on a wheelbase that measured 142-inches and had a hood that was nearly six-inches smaller than its predecessor the Twelve. The body was constructed of wood and steel & featured an 8 cylinder engine along with an aircraft inspired dash & trim.
The last Packard cars ever produced, June 25, 1956 marked the end of Packard. Today, Packard vehicles are still sought out as priceless collective by fans.
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