The 1952 Packard 250 Convertible had very few changes made. The 250 Convertible came equipped with a straight-eight engine that powered the 300. Approximately 1,000 Packard 250 convertibles were sold in 1952. Read more about this classic convertible.
Sharp styling on the 1953-1956 Packard Caribbean wasn't enough to save the company. Caribbean's finest hour came in 1956, but that
was destined to be the car's last year. Learn about the 1953-1956 Packard Caribbean and check out photos.
The 1954 Packard Panther Convertible was produced as a concept car with muscle. Only four were produced, making them essentially hand-built with then-revolutionary materials. See pictures and learn more about the 1954 Packard Panther Convertible.
The 1954 Packard Caribbean was part of Packard's brave front in the face of steady sales losses. The '54 Caribbean was designed for an elite audience, which crippled its sales. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1956 Packard Caribbean was the most potent, most advanced convertible in Packard history and also the last. Packard introduced its first V-8, an improved Ultramatic transmission, and a new suspension for the ’56 Caribbean. Learn about this classic convertible.
Packard continued its reputation for style with eight convertibles including its 1941 Packard One Twenty. Convertibles were highly regarded members of the Packard family. Learn about this classic convertible.