Studebaker President? No, Packard Clipper!

Not to be outdone by her crosstown rival ejacobs, Kitt is responding to the 60-year-old International Harvester with the response from Denver's South Side: this 1957 Packard Clipper. It's big, it's pink, and it's a badge-engineered Studebaker President, a relic of Packard's abrupt decline and fall after its purchase… » 4/09/08 3:30pm 4/09/08 3:30pm

American Wagon Power: The Final Packard Wagons

The soon-to-be history Packard brand was already in the hands of the soon-to-be history Studebaker brand by the time the 1957 and 1958 "Packardbakers" were produced. Based on the Studebaker President, the Packard name was retained in the hopes of building a luxury Packard line in the future. Money was tight, so most… » 2/20/08 3:20pm 2/20/08 3:20pm