Packard automobile advertisement
View of advertisement for Packard cars, showing a Packard car for each year from 1899 through 1956. Caption reads: "Over 53% of all Packards built since 1899 are still in use." Typed on back: "For immediate release. Back in 1938 when more than half of all the fine cars built in America were Packards, the Super Eight, on the right, was the ultimate in luxurious family motoring. Although a large car for its time, families still had to 'travel light' by comparison with the luggage-carrying capacity of the present Packard Caribbean, left, the company's new luxury sports convertible. American styling, which has made this country's cars the largest, most comfortable in the world, has provided larger trunks, wider seats, and still made cars lower and more streamlined. From Public Relations Department, Studebaker-Packard, 1580 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit 32, Michigan."
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- Packard automobile
- Photographic prints
- 1 photographic print ; 8 x 10 in.
- National Automotive History Collection
- Packard Collection
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