Hardtop body styling was all the rage when Packard introduced the Pacific in 1954. For the year 1954 Packard, a competitor of Cadillac, Lincoln, and Chrysler continued to be a popular luxury automobile.
With lagging sales, Packard made every attempt to produce a competitive automobile. The Pacific features a revised design 212 horsepower, 359 cubic-inch Straight Eight engine mated to an Ultramatic transmission. Other features in response to public demands include those such as power brakes and power seats.
This Pacific, a rare car, is number 19 of a 1189 production run.