Woman posing with 1951 Packard convertible, top folded
Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard seven-eights left side view, top folded, woman leaning on right passenger side of car . Inscribed on photo back: "1951 Packard, along with the new 1951 Packard "Mayfair" the sports hard-top unveiled by the company today, the fine car builder's soft-top convertible mad its debut, like the "Mayfair," the Packard convertible features brilliant interior color schemes and such exterior styling notes as a vertically barred grille, four jet louvers, along the flared rear fenders, and massive front and rear bumper guards, wheelbase is 122-iches, the convertible as is the "Mayfair," powered by the 150-horsepower Packard Thunderbolt engine which increases to 155-horsepower with ultramatic at 7.8-to-1 compression ration, highest in the industry for full size engines."
- Packard Motor Car Company
- Resource ID:
- Packard automobile
- Automobiles, Convertible
- Photographic prints
- 1 photographic print ; 8 x 10 in.
- National Automotive History Collection
- Packard Collection
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