1941 Packard Coupe unique, definitely a goalkeeper

Packard cars in the 1920s and 30s were considered by many to be the best cars in the world. They were positive compared to Rolls-Royce and Mercedes Benz and better than any other American car. The first Packard was built in 1899 in Warren, Ohio, by James and William Packard, who called themselves Ohio Automobile Co. They built 400 cars over the next four years and changed the company name in 1902 to Packard Motor Car Co. They were luxury car builders from the beginning with a base price of $ 2,600 ($ 81,725 ​​in today’s dollars), compared to the respected Oldsmobile Runabout, which sold for $ 650 at the time.


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