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Full List of Packard Models

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Below is a list of all Packard cars & models that have come out so far. This Packard vehicle model list includes photos of Packard vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Packard cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. This list includes Packard Super Eight Packard 120 and more. This list of car models made by Packard is a great way to see how Packard has evolved over the years. Packard types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
  • Packard Super Eight was the name given to the larger of the two eight cylinder luxury automobiles produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. It shared frames and some body types with the top model Packard Twelve. Following the discontinuation of the Seventeenth Series Packard Twelve after the 1939 model year, a new Super Eight One-Eighty was derived from the Super Eight as the new top car range. The Super Eight was renamed the Packard Super Eight One-Sixty. These two models shared most mechanical components including the 160 HP straight Eight engine. After 1942, Packard concentrated on the new Clipper styling that was developed for an upper-class sedan the previous...  more
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    The Packard 180 was introduced for the 1940 model year by the Packard Motor Car Company to replace the discontinued V-12 as their top-of-the-line luxury model. The correct name of the model was Custom Super Eight One-Eighty. The car was derived from the Packard Super Eight One-Sixty with which it shared the complete running gear including the in-line eight-cylinder, 356-cubic-inch engine that developed 160 horsepower. It was advertised as the most powerful eight-cylinder engine offered by any automobile manufacturer in 1940.. Packards of all series shared similar body styling in 1940, using the same bodies with hoods and front fenders of different length to meet their respective chassis....  more
  • The Packard 300 was an automobile built and sold by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan for model years 1951 and 1952. The 300 represented the upper mid-range Packard model, providing better appointments than the Packard 200 or the Packard 250 models. The premier Packard offered during these years was the Packard Patrician 400. The 300 model was built as a four-door sedan only for both model years, and rode upon Packard's 127-inch wheelbase. The car included the basic trim appointments found in the 200 and 200 Deluxe model lines plus tinted windows, robe rail for backseat passengers and striped interior fabrics. Exterior trim included full wheel covers and Packard's graceful...  more
  • The Packard Cavalier is an automobile produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during 1953 and 1954. Produced only as a sedan, the Cavalier took the place of the Packard 300 model which was fielded in 1951 and 1952 as Packard’s mid-range priced vehicle. The 1953 Cavalier was easily identified from other Packards by its unique chrome side spear trim. Packard also created a Cavalier sub-series under which three other Packard models, marketed under various names were grouped: Packard Caribbean 2-door convertible based on the Packard Pan-American show car featuring coachwork by Mitchell-Bentley of Utica, Michigan Packard Mayfair which was based on the two-door Clipper...  more