1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept

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Roadster
Designer: Teague

Chassis Num: M600127

The story of the very first Packards is a classic tale of American ambition. James Ward Packard purchased a Winton automobile in the late 1890's. Unsatisfied with his new car, the man was convinced he could do better. A producer of electrical equipme....[continue reading]

Roadster
Designer: Teague

Packard was not going down without a fight. Things were looking bleak on East Grand Avenue in Detroit, but to let the motoring world know that Packard was alive and well, the company introduced a special show/experimental car in 1954. Styled by Dick ....[continue reading]

Roadster
Designer: Teague

This is the fourth of the Panthers to be constructed and was originally owned by Rex Terry, general manager of Creative Industries. Like the first three cars, it featured the 1954 Clipper taillights, before being updated with the 1955 'Cathedral' tai....[continue reading]

Roadster
Designer: Teague

This is the first of four Panthers built in 1954 and was designed by Chief Stylist Dick Teague and built by Packard contractor Mitchell-Bentley Corporation who was building the Caribbean at the same time. The Panther embraces futuristic styling in a ....[continue reading]

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Chassis #: M600127 
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