Packards advertising slogan for its 1955 cars was "Let the Ride Decide." Torsion bars mounted differently for the first time provided a remarkable combination of ride and handling. Learn more about the 1955 Packard Patrician/Four Hundred/Executive.
Whether it suffered by comparison with the Coupe de Ville, or from its competitive market territory, the Packard Mayfair didn't sell very well. See why it didn't hold up to Packard's luxury image and get pictures and specifications for this classic car.
The 1957-1958 Packardbaker designed by Richard Teague was considered a minor miracle. But even the Packardbaker couldn't save the doomed Packard company. Read more about the classic 1957-1958 Packardbaker.
The 1952-1954 Packard Panther and Pan American were sporty two-seaters from Packard. Both were equipped with powerful engines to rival the performance of the Corvette. Learn more about these classic roadsters.
The 1956 Packard Executive was Packard's last gasp in the auto industry. Automotive insiders recognized the Executive as a desperation tactic because it contradicted the marketing plan of Packard. See pictures and read about this classic car.
The '50s Clipper evolved from other Packard lines. Like its forebear the One Twenty, the 200 was a cheaper model but not a cheap car aimed at the mid-priced field. But they had two problems: performance and styling. Check out these ill-fated cars.
The 1955 Packard Clipper Custom Constellation offered performance and styling to create a car with strong appreciation potential. Performance was provided by a 245 horsepower 352-cid ohv V-8 engine. Learn more about this classic.
The 1955-1956 Packard Four Hundred offered smooth performance and up-to-date styling plus a bit of sportiness with its long wheelbase and two-door construction. Learn how the Four Hundred differed from the sedan that inspired it.