Re: Various CL Pickings

Posted by TxGoat On 2024/2/17 19:17:55
Many cars around that time were offered as two-door sedans or coupes, and a few even offered business coupes. The coupes were similar to a two-door, but had a shorter greenhouse and shorter rear side windows. In the case of Fords in the 1949 through 1954 models, the coupes had wider panel between the bottom of the rear window and the trunk lid. Lids were all the same, but the deck was longer and the top shorter on the coupe, which much improved the appearance. Chevrolet also offered coupe bodies in that era, with similar structure as the Fords. I was wondering if Packard did the same. I'm not speaking of the hardtop coupe models, which are a different animal.

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