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Packard Pacifica

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Packard Pacifica
Packard
Years 1952
Production One-off custom car
Class Luxury Roadster
Body Style 2-Door Coupe/Roadster
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Similar Packard Caribbean
Designer Peter Portugal

The Packard Pacifica started its life as an entry in a car design contest run by Saga Magazine in 1952. The entry won the contest and was printed on the cover of the magazine, but was never built. In 2001, Carl Schneider of Eureka, California comissioned the car to be built. Its main feature, a retractable hardtop, makes this Packard one of a kind in the world.

See Wikicars' comprehensive Packard_Pacifica Review.

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The Pacifica was auctioned off by The Packard Museum for a price of $375,000.

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