2012 Detroit Autorama: 1939 Packard 120 “X-Factor”

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet

Right next to the ’34 Hupmobile custom, Autorama organizers located another non-traditional custom, a 1939 Packard 120 convertible, owned by Ed and Kathy Micol of Waterford, MI and named “X-Factor”. It’s a gorgeous car, with pearl white paint and a bright red interior. The Packard’s straight eight a memory, replaced by a big block 454 Chevy crate motor. I’ve come to believe that if making an appearance is important, nothing matches arriving in an open car from the 1930s and Packard convertibles are among the boldest statements.

This entry was posted in 3D Imagery, 3D Photos, Packard and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply