The previous post featured Dick Kughn’s fire engine red dual cowl Packard on display in the engineering building at the Packard Proving Grounds, during this year’s fall open house at the facility, which is being preserved and restored by the Packard Motor Car Foundation. On display outside was this deeper red, almost purple dual cowl phaeton, also a Packard. Packards in their heyday were prestigious cars, owned by affluent folks, the kind of people who could afford things like a trunk with a fitted cover, made to match the convertible roof with its beige fabric and red piping.
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