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Main : ZIS, ZIL, and other Packard Cousins :  1946 Packard ZIS-110 limousines in post World War II Russia

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1946 Packard ZIS-110 limousines in post World War II Russia
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8x10 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of 1946 Packards in factory, two female workers pictured. Inscribed on photo back; production of ZIS-110 limousines in early post WWII Russia, powered by 8-cylinder, 140-horsepower engine, based upon 1941/42 Packard senior series dies sold to U.S.S.R. through U.S. government urging, designers reportedly began work on ZIS-110 in July 1944, & first cars began coming off assembly line early in 1946, early photographs in U.S. of ZIS-110 appeared in Automotive Industries, 1 July 1946, page 43.

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

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