Marque of Excellence
"Ask the man who owns one." Packard Motor Car Company began its car-building days back in at the turn of the century with such a simple slogan. It is a line that has become synonymous with the legendary nameplate, and it seems so appropriate. The company was so certain that its automobile was superior, it didn't even need to brag. All it needed you to do was talk to a Packard owner.
In "Just Packards," the publisher of Old Cars Weekly bring back the great machines that made Packard a legendary American brand, from the glorious land yachts of the 1920s, the ground-breaking Depression-era cars of the 1930s, to the fabulous, high-tech wonders of the 1950s. Revisit the cars that true automobile connoisseurs have admired for decades, and be reminded again why Packard, though it has been gone since 1959, will never be forgotten.