Re: Comparing Packards

Posted by bkazmer On 2023/3/13 5:46:14
I wouldn't say the Clipper was the last hit with the public. As you say, fashion was a big deal, and envelope/fuselage bodies were the new thing post-war. The "bathtub" cars sold well initially. 1949 was a high sales year (2nd most for Packard, I believe). The 1950 carry-over instead of the new 24th series bodies put Packard behind.

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