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1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept

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These are standard specifications - not necessarily specifications for the vehicle(s) in the photo(s).

Features

Engine Location : Front
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Body / Chassis : Fiberglass
Body Designer : Teague

Power

Straight 8
Displacement : 5883 cc | 359.0 cu in. | 5.9 L.
Power : 212 HP (156.032 KW)
Compression : 8.7:1
Cylinder Block : Cast-iron
4-Barrel Carburetor
Transmission:
2 Automatic Ultramatic

Production Figures

Total Packard Production for 1954 : 31,291
1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept

Dimensions

Roadster
Seating Capacity : 2
Doors : 2
Exterior
Length : 200.0 in | 5080 mm.
Wheelbase : 122.0 in | 3099 mm.

Handling

Suspension
Front : Independent with coil springs

Rear : Live axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs

1954 Averages
Avg. Car Cost : $1,700
Avg. Home : $10,250
Avg. Gallon of Gas : $0.22

The 1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept measures 200.00 inches in length, and has a wheelbase of 122.00 inches.

Vehicle Profiles

1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept vehicle information
Roadster
Designer: Teague

Chassis Num: M600127

1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept vehicle information
Roadster
Designer: Teague
1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept vehicle information
Roadster
Designer: Teague
1954 Packard Panther Daytona Concept vehicle information
Roadster
Designer: Teague

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