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1952 Packard Patrician 400, left side view, parked on drive

1952 Packard Patrician 400, left side view, parked on drivePopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard left side view, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, photographed on Belle Isle Detroit, Mich., city skyline in background. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard Patrician 400, 4-door sedan.

Item # EB01e455

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1952 Packard special speedster, left side view, parked on drive

1952 Packard special speedster, left side view, parked on drivePopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard left side view. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard special speedster, twenty-fifth series, model 2501 (modified 200 deluxe club sedan, model 2565), 8-cylinder, 327 cubic inches, 122-inch wheelbase, 2-person 'Phantom II' built in Packard shops for Edward Macauley, exterior--black including part of radiator grille; interior--custom dash, black & white upholstery, note 1953 grille guard ensemble, 1951 'P-A-C-K-A-R-D' lettering on otherwise standard 1952 grille, 1952 crest above grille, decorative hood air scoop, 1953 headlamp rims, marchal lamps, special bright metal trim above lamps & continuing back along tops of fenders, special wheel discs bearing 1951 patrician cloisonne centers, special chrome plated brass applique trim along bottom of body, 1953 rear bumpers, special dual exhaust port holes below tail lights, patrician tail lights, roof lines inspired by senior series, rear windshield wiper, swivel type spot light atop roof, twin radio antennas on rear fenders.

Item # EB01e456

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1952 Packard Mayfair sport coupe, three-quarter left side view

1952 Packard Mayfair sport coupe, three-quarter left side viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard three-quarter left side view. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard 250, twenty-fifth series, model 2531, 8-cylinder, 150-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, Mayfair sport coupe (body type #2577), note:  redesigned pelican emblem, no 'P-A-C-K-A-R-D' above grille, Packard crest mounted on grille, three redesigned jet louvers on rear fender.

Item # EB01e446

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1952 Packard convertible, three-quarter left side view, top folded

1952 Packard convertible, three-quarter left side view, top foldedPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard 250 convertible, three-quarter left side view, top folded, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, 2-door, light in color.

Item # EB01e445

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1952 Packard Patrician 400, front view, parked at Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich.

1952 Packard Patrician 400, front view, parked at Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich.Popular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard front view, pelican emblem, parked on street. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard Patrician, photographed on Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01e443

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1952 Packard sedan, three-quarter left rear view

1952 Packard sedan, three-quarter left rear viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard 4-door sedan, three-quarter left rear view, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, 1951 Michigan license plate #4G-32-06.

Item # EB01e442

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1952 Packard 300 sedan parked under arch

1952 Packard 300 sedan parked under archPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard seven-eights right side view, parked in drive, couple standing near rear. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service:  'Boss of the Road' is the new 1952 Packard 300, which combines more than 70 mechanical changes and improvements with traditional Packard character and prestige, the 300, fashion keyed by Dorothy Draper, internationally known decorator and stylist, has colorful interior featuring new broadcloth with contrasting stripes, also available on the 300 is Packard Easamatic power brakes (at slight extra cost), which reduces pedal pressure by 40 percent and cuts driver 'reaction lag' an average of 29 percent, powered by a Packard Thunderbolt engine, the 300 rates 150-horsepower, while with improved Ultramatic drive, Packard's famed automatic transmission, the engine steps up to 155-horsepower at 7.8-to-1 compression ratio.

Item # EB01e441

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1952 Packard 200 club sedan with couple looking at map

1952 Packard 200 club sedan with couple looking at mapPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard nine-tenths right side view, parked in drive, couple looking at map are standing at driver's door. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service:  The new 1952 Packard 200 club sedan heads the list of practical family 2-door models, the 1952 200 affords the maximum of driving comfort and safety with its long, roomy functional design, two innovations make this model unique on the road; it is fashion keyed by Dorothy Draper, internationally famous decorator and color stylist; and available is Packard's exclusive easamatic power brakes (optional at slight extra cost), more than 70 mechanical changes and improvements have been incorporated into the 1952 Packard line.

Item # EB01e437

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1952 Packard patrician 400 parked in driveway, female in background

1952 Packard patrician 400 parked in driveway, female in backgroundPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard nine-tenths left side view, parked in driveway, female standing in left background. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service:  Style leader of the 1952 Packard line is the new patrician 400, fashion keyed by world famed color stylist and decorator, Dorothy Draper, new hues are offered in the 1952 Packard with emphasis on colorful two-tone combinations, and interiors are equally brilliant, ultramatic drive, standard equipment on the 400, has undergone extensive refinement to give improved performance, Packard's exclusive new easamatic power brakes are optional at slight extra cost and feature a vacuum principle which reduces pedal pressure 40 percent and driver reaction lag an average of 29 percent.

Item # EB01e436

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1952 Packard Mayfair, parked on grass, couple walking from house in background

1952 Packard Mayfair, parked on grass, couple walking from house in backgroundPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard seven-eights left side view, parked on grass, couple walking from house in background. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service:  Combining the smart, sleek lines of a convertible with the ruggedness of a sedan, the 1952 Packard Mayfair features brilliant new interior trim, fashion keyed by Dorothy Draper, world famed decorator and color stylist, the new Packard Mayfair for '52 offers three special contrasting color schemes in addition to the 10 hues for the full line, more than 70 mechanical changes and improvements have been engineered into the 1952 Packard, with the Mayfair now featuring steering mechanism and larger brakes of the 400, unlike any other in the industry, Packard easamatic power brakes are offered on the Mayfair at slight additional cost, operated by engine vacuum, easamatic brake application 'almost as effortless as pressing the accelerator.'

Item # EB01e426

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