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The Packard from 1950 to 1958


The Packard began it's life in the early 1890's when Ward Packard first got the idea to build a motor car. In 1903 the Packard Motor Car Company was formed.
By 1909 packard was one of the major automobile manufactures in America.
Also by 1909 James Ward  Packard was ready to retire and turn the presidency over to Henry Joy who had joined Packard in 1901 Under his direction the Packard company had grown to 6000 employees and their factory covered 33 acres of floor space. They continued to build high quality expensive cars.
By 1925 packard was the indisputable leader in the field of prestige automobiles.
The depression of the 1930's hurt Packard. By 1934 their production had dropped to below 7000 units per year from a high of more then 50,000 in 1928. Big multi cylinder cars were just not selling.
It was during this period that Packard decided to build a lower priced automobile and the 120 series was brought out. This move saved Packard for another 20 years.
The Packard 120, named for it's 120 inch wheel base was announced in 1935.
In 1939 Packard stopped production of it's V 12 engine and would never again regain the prestige it once had.
By 1941 the traditional Packard lines were almost completely gone with the introduction of the Packard Clipper.
In 1954 Packard bought Studebaker but it was too late to save Packard.
It remained in production until August 15'th 1956.
A 56 year history came to an end.
In 1957 the company tried to save the Packard name by introducing a dressed up
Studebaker with the Packard name on it.
This didn't fool the buying public. This was tried again in 1958 but only 1745 were sold.
That move ended the packard forever.

An interesting footnote sent to me by Robert Dowling, one of my visitors.

Packard bought the ailing Studebaker Corp.
The Packard stock holders got the short end of the deal. Upper management thought they could ride on the (former) prestige of Packard and have Stude. compete with Chevrolet. It didn't work and in two years the
Studebaker-Packard Corp. was facing insolvency. Creditors demanded they get rid of one of the two manufacturing plants. Unfortunately they chose to keep the Studebaker plant in South Bend Ind. and dump the Packard plant in Detroit. Management soon realised their plan was failing, but it was to late. The South Bend plant was not designed to handle cars as wide as the old Packards as was the old Detroit plant, so they couldn't go back and start production of big wide cars again. I've seen design plans for the "new Packards". If you've seen a late 50's early 60's Lincoln Continental (the one with the slanted head lights) or the infamous Edsel thats what they
looked like. When I first saw them I thought it they were for Ford products.
Think about it! If you take the front of an Edsel an replace the "Horse collar" with a little grill shaped like a Clipper grill, you've got the Idea! I can't remember if Ford bought the plans or the design team went over to Ford after Packard folded. After the dismal sales of "Packardbakers"
(Those Studebakers with the funny looking add-ons) they dropped the Packard
name. In 64 they dropped the name completely and moved production to Canada.

To read the complete Packard Story click here and go to the Packard Club's Web Page
 

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The Packard began it's life in the early 1890's when Ward Packard first got the idea to build a motor car. In 1903 the Packard Motor Car Company was formed.
By 1909 packard was one of the major automobile manufactures in America.
Also by 1909 James Ward  Packard was ready to retire and turn the presidency over to Henry Joy who had joined Packard in 1901 Under his direction the Packard company had grown to 6000 employees and their factory covered 33 acres of floor space. They continued to build high quality expensive cars.
By 1925 packard was the indisputable leader in the field of prestige automobiles.
The depression of the 1930's hurt Packard. By 1934 their production had dropped to below 7000 units per year from a high of more then 50,000 in 1928. Big multi cylinder cars were just not selling.
It was during this period that Packard decided to build a lower priced automobile and the 120 series was brought out. This move saved Packard for another 20 years.
The Packard 120, named for it's 120 inch wheel base was announced in 1935.
In 1939 Packard stopped production of it's V 12 engine and would never again regain the prestige it once had.
By 1941 the traditional Packard lines were almost completely gone with the introduction of the Packard Clipper.
In 1954 Packard bought Studebaker but it was too late to save Packard.
It remained in production until August 15'th 1956.
A 56 year history came to an end.
In 1957 the company tried to save the Packard name by introducing a dressed up
Studebaker with the Packard name on it.
This didn't fool the buying public. This was tried again in 1958 but only 1745 were sold.
That move ended the packard forever.

An interesting footnote sent to me by Robert Dowling, one of my visitors.

Packard bought the ailing Studebaker Corp.
The Packard stock holders got the short end of the deal. Upper management thought they could ride on the (former) prestige of Packard and have Stude. compete with Chevrolet. It didn't work and in two years the
Studebaker-Packard Corp. was facing insolvency. Creditors demanded they get rid of one of the two manufacturing plants. Unfortunately they chose to keep the Studebaker plant in South Bend Ind. and dump the Packard plant in Detroit. Management soon realised their plan was failing, but it was to late. The South Bend plant was not designed to handle cars as wide as the old Packards as was the old Detroit plant, so they couldn't go back and start production of big wide cars again. I've seen design plans for the "new Packards". If you've seen a late 50's early 60's Lincoln Continental (the one with the slanted head lights) or the infamous Edsel thats what they
looked like. When I first saw them I thought it they were for Ford products.
Think about it! If you take the front of an Edsel an replace the "Horse collar" with a little grill shaped like a Clipper grill, you've got the Idea! I can't remember if Ford bought the plans or the design team went over to Ford after Packard folded. After the dismal sales of "Packardbakers"
(Those Studebakers with the funny looking add-ons) they dropped the Packard
name. In 64 they dropped the name completely and moved production to Canada.

To read the complete Packard Story click here and go to the Packard Club's Web Page


 
 
The following is an interesting true story provided by Harold Youmans

Back in 1899 when the first motorized vehicles were starting to appear, a young engineer that had recently graduated from college was fascinated with the new motor cars and wanted desperately to be a part of that industry.  He was especially impressed with a car that was winning many of the races conducted to advertise the car's power and technology. Many times the cars would race against a horse to prove their endurance. 
The car this young engineer favored was the Winton automobile.
(Winton made automobiles from 1898 until going out of business in the 1930's) 
The young engineer decided to purchase a Winton automobile and it was 
delivered to Detroit in the year 1900 on a flat bed train car. 
After cleaning up the dust and protective grease he took it for a test drive. 
He was pleased with the performance but felt there were a few things that could be improved. 
As a good engineer, he dismantled the car and made note of areas that could stand improvement.
He felt that if he could inform Mr. Winton about these items that he would be 
offered a position in the Winton factory. Upon reading the letter,
Mr. Winton did not care for the impudence of the young ‘upstart’ 
engineer and immediately replied to him.
The letter that Mr. Winton sent to the young engineer is currently on file in the Smithsonian Institute.
 It read: “Dear Mr. Packard, if you feel you can build a better car, I suggest you try.” 
And the rest is history…

This page was last updated on Dec 30, 2016


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This picture was submitted by Jeff Schaadt. The picture hung in  Earl Anthony's San Francisco dealership in
anticipation of the production of the Pan American model. As we know this din`t happen and the picture was put into storage at the dealership. 
For more details on the Packard Pan American read How Stuff Works

 
1950 Packard Catalog Cover
 1950 Packard Club Coupe
 
 
 1950 Packard Custom 8 Sedan
 1950 Packard Club Coupe
 
 
 1950 Packard Custom 8 Sedan
1950 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan
 
 
 1950 Packard Custom Super Eight Convertible
 1950 Packard Custom Eight Sedan
 
 
 1950 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan
 1950 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan 
  The above 1950 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan
were submitted by Mark and  Rhonda Gelstein
PO Box 343
Union Lake,  MI  48387-0343
U.S.A.
 
 1950 Packard Sedan
 1950 Packard Standard 8
 
 
1950 Packard Standard Eight Touring Sedan
 1950 Packard Super 8 Deluxe Club
1950 Packard Super 8 Convertible
1950 Packard Super 8 Convertible
   
1951 Packard Convertible
1951 Packard 200
   
1951 Packard 250 Convertible
1951 Packard 250 Convertible
   
1951 Packard 250 Mayfair Hardtop Coupe
1951 Packard 250 Mayfair Hardtop Coupe
 
 
1951 Packard 250 Convertible
1951 Packard 250 Convertible
1951 Packard 400 Patrician
1951 Packard 400 Patrician
 This car belongs to Henry van Asten from
the  Netherlands


The photo is taken at a show in 2001 at the 
Euro ciruit in Valkenswaard  .

Henry is the webmaster of the spcn
(Studebaker Packard Club Nederland)
There are many beatiful Packards on this site.

1951 Packard 300
 1951 Packard Series 250 Convertible
 1951 Packard Pinin Farina Coupe
   
1951 Packard 4 Door Sedan
1952 Packard 250 Mayfair Hardtop Coupe
01952 Packard 250 Mayfair Hardtop Coupe
   
1952 Packard Mayfair Convertible
 1952 Packard Mayfair Two Door Hardtop
 
 
1953 Packard Clipper Club Coupe
1952 Packard Patrician
 
1952 Packard Pan American
1952 Packard 250 Mayfair Hardtop Coupe
 
 
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1952 Packard  Pan American
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beautiful car in a new window

This car was the 1952 new York Auto Show Car
These pictures were submitted by Frank Gleaves
and were taken at Hershey, PA 2002 
AACA National Fall Meet
An intesting note from Frank on this car.
"This show car cost nearly $10,000 to build, and 
when Packard's President asked the "bean-counters"
how much it'd cost to put into production, they replied 
that it'd have to sell for over $19,000. 
So they conceived the Caribbean 
as a lower priced version."

1952 Packard  Pan American
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1952 Packard  Pan American
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beautiful car in a new window
1952 Packard  Pan American
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beautiful car in a new window
   
1953 Packard
1953 Packard
   
1953 Packard Cavalier Sedan
1953 Packard Convertible
   
1953 Packard Cavalier Sedan
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
   
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
   
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
   
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
   
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Cavalier Self Parker
1953 Packard Cavalier Self Parker
1953 Packard Clipper DeLuxe
   
1953 Packard Clipper Special
01953 Packard Clipper Special
   
1953 Packard Clipper Special Club Sedan
1953 Packard Convertible Brochure
   
 1953 Packard Pan American Convertible Concept
 1953 Packard Patricianl
   
 1953 Packard Patricianl
 1953 Packard Caribbean
   
 
 This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001
The owner is Walter Prinz 
(at this moment he is our club magazine editor)
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1953 Packard Cavalier
This car is owned by Jeffrey Pensabenes
1953 Packard Clipper Ad
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This picture was submitted by Nikolay Butkevich from Russia
 
1953 Packard Cavalier
This car is owned by Bob Campbell, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada
1953 Packard Cavalier
   
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1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
These pictures were taken and
submitted by Paul Black, Tampa, FL
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1953 Packard Ambulance
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
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1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
Photos of Dr. Murry's Packard by Franz Tinio-Lopez
PoBox 21104, Oxnard, CA 93034
The pictures were submitted by Frank Suha
This car is part of the collection of cars that can 
been seen at the
Murphy Auto Museum in Oxnard California.
Dr. Dan Murphy is at the wheel of his Packard
in the Oxnard Christmas Parade and is carrying 
the  Grand Marshal, former Mayor 
Manuel Lopez and his family.
The Murphy Auto Musuem is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
every Saturday and Sunday.
It is located at:
2230 Statham Blvd.
Oxnard, California 93033
tel. 805-487-4333
 
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1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible Engine
   
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1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1954 Packard Convertible
 
The pictures were submitted by Frank Suha
This car is part of the collection of cars that can been seen at the
Murphy Auto Museum in Oxnard California. Dr. Dan Murphy is at the wheel of his Packard in the Oxnard Christmas Parade and is carrying the  Grand Marshal, former Mayor Manuel Lopez and his family.
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 1954 Packard Convertible
 1954 Packard Convertible
   
1954 Packard
1954 Packard
   
1954 Packard Convertible
1954 Packard Clipper Panama
   
1954 Packard Convertible
1954 Packard Daytona
   
1954 Packard Pacific 2 Door Hardtop
1954 Packard Panther
   
1954 Packard Standard Convertible
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
 
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1954 Packard Convertible
 
 
 1954 Packard Panama
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
 
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
 
 1954 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1955 Packard 400 2 Door Hardtop
 
 
1955 Packard
1955 Packard
   
 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1955 Packard Clipper
   
1955 Packard 400
1955 Packard 
1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1955 Packard
 
 
 1955 Packard
 1955 Packard 400
 
 
1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1955 Packard Patrician
   
 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 1955 Packard Clipper Deluxe 4 Door Sedan
   
 1955 Packard Custom Constellation Convertible
 1955 Packard 400
 
 
 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
1955 Packard Clipper
 1956 Packard Executive Touring Sedan
   
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 1956 Packard Clipper Super
 1956 Packard Clipper Super
 This car is owned by Tom Pinion in Norfolk Va.  
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 1956 Packard Clipper Super Interior
 
   
1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible
 
 
1956 Packard Caribbean Hard Top
This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001
This Car is owned by Mr. Lüdemann from Germany
1956 Packard Clipper Deluxe
 
 
This picture was sent to me by Bob Arnold  of 
Markham, Ontario, Canada
1956 Packard Clipper
 
1956 Packard Executive Sedan
1956 Packard Patrician
 
 
1956 Packard
1956 Packard
 
1956 Packard
1956 Packard
1956 Packard
1956 Packard 400 2 Door Hardtop
 
 1956 Packard 400 2 Door Hard Top
 1956 Packard Patrician
   
1956 Packard
1956 Packard Convertible
 
 
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1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible
1956 Packard Caribbean 2 Door Hardtop
   
1956 Packard Caribbean 2 Door Hardtop
 1957 Packard Carribbean Convertible
This car is owned by Donald Deihl of Deltona Florida USA.
The car came from Pennsylvania and
was owned by Donald's father
   
1956 Packard Executive
1956 Packard Executive
   
1956 Packard Patrician
1956 Packard Patrician
 
 1956 Packard Clipper Custom Sedan
This picture was submitted by Christopher Moroni
From Michigan USA
1956 Packard Clipper Custom Sedan
 
 
 1956 Packard 400 Hard Top
 1956 Packard Predictor
   
1956 Packard
1956 Packard
 
 1956 Packard
 1956 Packard
   
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 1956 Packard Super Clipper
 
 This car was owned by Mano Forsman, Sweden  
1957 Packard Clipper Country Sedan
1957 Packard Clipper Country Sedan
   
1957 Packard Clipper
1957 Packard Clipper
1957 Packard Clipper Town Sedan
 1958 Packard Town Sedan
( also known as the Packard Baker)
The owner is A. Koert from the Netherlands
1957-58 Packard Clipper Concept
1958 Packard Hawk
This picture was submitted by Buff Carmichael
1958 Packard Hawk
1958 Packard Hardtop Coupe
1958 Packard Hawk
   
1958 Packard Sedan
1958 Packard Wagon
   
1958 Packard Hardtop
1958 Packard
 
1958 Packard Hardtop
1958 Packard Hardtop
These pictures were submitted by James L. Jacobson These pictures were submitted by James L. Jacobson
 
1958 Packard Hardtop
 
These pictures were submitted by James L. Jacobson
1958  Packard Hawk
1958  Packard 4 Door Sedan
 
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1958  Packard Hawk
1958  Packard Hawk
These pictures were submitted by 
James L. Jacobson of Santa Monica California
 
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1958  Packard Hawk
1958  Packard Hawk
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1958  Packard Hawk

 
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