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1949 Packard Standard Eight [2301]

1949 Packard Standard Eight [2301] in The Cool and the Crazy, Movie, 1958 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1949 Packard Standard Eight [2301]

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stronghold EN

2009-05-29 08:50

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packard?

big dave VA

2009-05-29 09:05

The oval tail lights should make this a 1950 Packard Standard Eight.

pilou BE

2009-05-29 13:21

1950 Packard Standard Eight 4-door sedan ( twenty-third series model 2301)

Commander 57 US

2009-09-01 17:51

Late 1949's and 1950's were identical.

DT83 US

2009-09-01 18:29

I love that 48-50 design. Ok, i'm gonna have to go find some magazine ads of Packards from that era.

Commander 57 US

2009-09-01 19:31

That '51 Studebaker going by brings back memories of my childhood. My family had one from 1951 to 1962, a Commander sedan.

DT83 US

2009-09-01 19:46

One of these? http://www.oldcarmanualproject.com/pix/Studebaker/images/51Studebaker02-or.jpg
50-51 models will always be my favorite Studebakers. I think the bullet looking grill is cool looking.

Commander 57 US

2009-09-01 19:55

Yes.
Ours had the lesser trim (rubber instead of chrome rear door gravel shields and no fender-top ornamentation).
The one in your link picture is the "Commander State". I think our version was the "Commander Regal".
It was gray rather than red.


-- Last edit: 2009-09-01 19:57:58

DT83 US

2009-09-01 20:12

Link to "www.oldcarmanualproject.com" Heres a Regal sedan.
Link to "www.oldcarmanualproject.com" This is my favorite model, with that wrap around back windshield. These are both '50 models, though.

Commander 57 US

2009-09-01 20:25

Yes, the green sedan's trim was like ours, but was a 1951.

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