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One Response to The Bathtub: ’50 Packard Super Eight Sedan

  1. Stephen Hansen says:

    Many automotive historians are of the opinion that Packard’s ultimately disastrous effort to chase higher sales volume began in the mid-1930s when ex-GM production man George Christopher brought the 120 Series to market and invested in additional production capacity, dramatically increasing the company’s fixed cost base.

    When new, the ’48 ‘bathtub’ Packard received the “Fashion Car of the Year” gold medal from the New York Fashion Academy, so it wasn’t universally reviled back in the day.

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