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Main : Show and Concept Cars :  1953 Packard Balboa-X designed by Richard Teague, seven-eights right side view

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1953 Packard Balboa-X designed by Richard Teague, seven-eights right side view
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1953 Packard seven-eights right side view . Inscribed on photo back; P.M.C. Co. designer Richard Teague's' 'Balboa-X' show car, built on; 1953 Packard Caribbean, twenty-sixth series, model 2631, 8-cylinder, 180-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, 6-person convertible (body type #2678), serial number 2631-2006, modification carried out in Packard shops trimmed out by Creative Industries, note:  standard 1953 headlamp trim rings, exterior; Packard ivory below belt special maroon for 'canopy top,' interior; basic Caribbean trim in maroon & white leather, with addition of embroidered Packard crest medallions on seat backs, winner of Fawcett publication, Cars Magazine's DSC (Design safety comfort) award for 1953.

Item # EB01e486

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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