Richard Nosker has it right....NO money...(pics).
I think they did what they could to keep the brand afloat.
Esval has been promoting models of the 1958 hardtop, and I will be a buyer if this ever happens.
The POST WAR Packard. Not so bad for what they had to work with, money wise.
1948 Station Sedan
1948 Custom Club Sedan
1950 Custom Convertible
1952 250 Convertible
1953 Caribbean Convertible
1954 Caribbean Convertible
1954 Panther Daytona Concept
1955 senior 400 Hardtop
1956 Caribbean Convertible
I have models of the 1948 Station Sedan (Goldvarg & Matrix), 1949 Club Sedan (Neo), 1949 Custom Convertible (Motor City), some 1951 to1954 sedan, hardtop, & convertible (Madison), 1953 Caribbean Conv. (MM43), 1954 Caribbean (Motor City) 1955 & 1956 (Brooklin,Collector Classics) and others
I would love to post these, but it would take me a month of Sundays, and we would be way beyond this thread and conversation.
Credit Pinterest website.