Canadian effort to reboot Packard was a bust Bill Vance @TimesColonist

Whenever we hear of the iconic American automaker Packard, we tend to think of beautifully crafted and technologically advanced cars from the first half of the previous century, before the Detroit brand merged with Studebaker in 1954, with the name being dropped altogether in 1958. This 1999 Packard Twelve Prototype that will soon go up for auction, doesn’t exactly fit the bill of what we expect from a car bearing the famous nameplate

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Sources – CarScoops



Categories: 1992, 1994, 1998, Auction, Canada, Packard, RM Sotheby's, Ryan-Falconer V12

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