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Anyone know where the Last Packard from South Bend is?
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Francis G Fay
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I know South Bend has the last Studebaker in the Museum, but does anyone know where the last South Bend produced Packard is? What's the last serial number? Just curious, I figured with the production orders, it should be easily identified as the last car? Was wondering if it still exists?

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Re: Anyone know where the Last Packard from South Bend is?
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According to Steven Kelley's article, “Packard: A Quest for Answers,” published in The Boulevard News of East Grand Packards (a region of The Packard Club), in the March-April 2006 issue: The last Packard ever assembled was built on July 25, 1958, one of 15 built that day. A four-door sedan painted solid Mountain Blue, its serial number was 58L-8134, body #905, engine #2123. Equipped with a manual transmission, it featured an optional overdrive, whitewall tires, Climatizer heater, push button radio, and a manual rear deck antenna. Its delivery destination, and its fate today, are unknown.

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