Packard Pacific - 1954Details click here
By 1954 packard was nearing the last stop on its road to extinction. This would be the last year for its old-fashioned straight eight-cylinder engines and for the 1951 bodies. It would also be the only year for the pacific, a renamed hardtop coupe. Production came to just 1,189.
Packard Super Eight - 1933-1936Details click here
In the early thirties, packard was probably the best-known american luxury car manufacturer in the world. But its supremacy faltered in 1934 when it faced two battles: Competition from cadillac and gm on one front, and a sputtering economy on the other. Following the hard times brought on by the crash in 1929. Packard struggled until the introduction of an eight-cylinder car in 1935.
Peugeot bebe - 1913-1916Details click here
With a wheelbase shorter than six ft. And a weight of under 1,000 lbs., the peugeot bebe ( baby ) tally looked like a childs plaything. But an impressive total for this period of 3,095 were produced before world war i ended its career prematurely. Its outstanding economy of operation was publicized with the slogan one sou per kilometer (a sou being worth only about a penny).
Peugeot P105 Dt - 1933Details click here
Peugeots lion represents frances determination in the face of opposition. It also represents peugeots response to the many fine designs produced by its rivals in the late twenties. Outstanding among these was the ultra-modern p 105 35occ single that first appeared at the paris salon in 1927, the same year that lone eagle lindbergh made the first solo crossing of the atlantic.
Pierce Arrow Silver Arrow Vi2 - 1933Details click here
Under the weight of the depression and still tied to the struggling studebaker company in 1932, pierce arrows luxuiy cars were selling slowly in a stagnant economy. Then, pierce arrow-dropped a futuristic bombshell.