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1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter left side view, parked on street by brick building

1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter left side view, parked on street by brick buildingPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1956 Packard Predictor concept car, three-quarter left side view, white sidewall tires, aluminum sliding doors open, parked on street by brick building.

Item # EB01e632

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1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter front right view, concept drawing

1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter front right view, concept drawingPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1956 Packard three-quarter front right view, dual white sidewall tires, concept drawing.

Item # EB01e628

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1956 Packard Predictor, two men standing at front of car

1956 Packard Predictor, two men standing at front of carPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1956 Packard front view, two men standing at front of car. Inscribed on photo back; 1956 Packard 'Predictor' show car, standing  left; unidentified male holding Clipper catalog, right; J.J. Nance.

Item # EB01e619

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1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter front left view, concept drawing

1956 Packard Predictor, three-quarter front left view, concept drawingPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1956 Packard 2-door sedan, three-quarter front left view, dual white sidewall tires, concept drawing. Inscribed on photo back; 1956 Packard Predictor, showing sliding aluminum roof, door panels, grille, and side strip.

Item # EB01e610

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1952 Packard Pan American sports car, view of interior, two men standing at driver's door

1952 Packard Pan American sports car, view of interior, two men standing at driver's doorPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard view of interior through right side door, top folded, two men standing at driver's door. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard 'Pan American' sports car, twenty-fifth series, model 2531 (modified 250 convertible, 6-person, Body type #2579), 8-cylinder, 185-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, special show car, designed by Richard Arbib, built by Henney, this was first of six Pan American show cars, exhibited  International Motor Sports Show at Grand Central Palace New York, N.Y. opened 29 March 1952, interior  top grain oyster white leather on seats, dash, door panels, sun visors, & steering wheel, contrasting leather on steering wheel spokes, door trim panels, door handles, pleated seat sections, rear panels of seat backs.

Item # EB01e444

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1952 Packard Pan American sports car, seven-eights right side view, man behind wheel

1952 Packard Pan American sports car, seven-eights right side view, man behind wheelPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard seven-eights right side view. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard 'Pan American' sports car, twenty-fifth series, model 2531 (modified 250 convertible, 6-person, body type #2579), 8-cylinder, 185-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, special show car, first of six built by Henney (designed by Richard Arbib), the 250 was sectioned 4-inches & otherwise lowered by suspension, hood had functional air scoop, the grille was standard, with its outer bars shaved & mesh inserts added, Hudelson-Whitebone continental spare tire added by shortening the rear deck lid, by adding to the splash pan & by moving the rear bumper aft slightly, round tail lights matched parking lights, back seat eliminated; top boot covered by metal lid (although the original Pan American had no top fitted!), Henney made wire wheels out of old ones, new wheels being then unavailable, exterior; metallic gold, interior:  top grain oyster white leather on seats, dash, door panels, sun visors, & steering wheel, contrasting leather on steering wheel spokes, door trim panels, door handles, pleated seat sections, rear panels of seat backs, original Pan American shipped to New York 24 March 1952 for opening on 29 March at Grand Central Palace of the International Motor Sports Show, where it was awarded a first place trophy for 'Outstanding Automotive Design and Engineering Achievement,' this car later sold to Macauley family.

Item # EB01e448

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1952 Packard Pan American sports car, view of interior from right elevation

1952 Packard Pan American sports car, view of interior from right elevationPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard view of interior from right elevation. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard 'Pan American' sports car, twenty-fifth series, model 2531 (modified 250 convertible, 6-person, Body type #2579), 8-cylinder, 185-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, special show car, first of six designed by Richard Arbib built by Henney, note fully trimmed rear panels of seat backs, interior:  top grain oyster white leather on seats, dash, door panels, sun visors & steering wheel, contrasting leather on steering wheel spokes, door trim panels, door handles, pleated seat sections, rear panels of seat backs, this first Pan American exhibited International Motor Sports Show opened 29 March 1952 at Grand Central Palace, New York, N.Y.

Item # EB01e449

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1952 Packard Pan American sports car, female standing at driver's side holding large trophy

1952 Packard Pan American sports car, female standing at driver's side holding large trophyPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard 2-door convertible, front view, female standing at driver's side holding large trophy. Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard, grand prize winners, Pan American, 1952 New York International Auto Show.

Item # EB01e451

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1952 Packard Pan American sports car at Los Angeles Autorama

1952 Packard Pan American sports car at Los Angeles AutoramaPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1952 Packard seven-eights front view, 2-door, dual white sidewall tires, rear mounted spare tire with metal cover, on display, sign in background reads 'Packard Pan American.' Inscribed on photo back; 1952 Packard, the Pan American, the hit of the 1952 Los Angeles Autorama.

Item # EB01e465

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1953 Packard Balboa-X designed by Richard Teague, three-quarter rear right view

1953 Packard Balboa-X designed by Richard Teague, three-quarter rear right viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1953 Packard three-quarter rear right view. Inscribed on photo back; P.M.C.Co. designer Richard Teague's' 'Balboa-X' show car, modified to feature 'canopy top' styling on a 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 conducted at the P.M.C.Co. shops, East Grand Blvd. trimmed out by Creative Industries, note:  1953 Michigan manufacturer license plate #M-33-14, 1954 type tail light housings, integrating back up lights, exterior; Packard ivory & special maroon, interior; standard maroon & white leather Caribbean trim, with addition of handsome embroidered Packard crests on seat backs, winner of Fawcett publication, Cars Magazine's DSC (Design safety comfort) award for 1953.

Item # EB01e487

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