|Packard Panther Concept|
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|Body Style||2-Door Covertible/2-Door Hardtop|
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|Weight||Weight - you get the point|
|Transmission||transmission + drive|
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|Designer||Richard Teague and Edward Macauley|
The Packard Panther was a concept car that was built by Packard in 1953. The car was originally called the Grey Wolf II, after an early Packard race car. The first Panther was taken to Daytona, Florida and set a record speed of 131.1 miles per hour, and the car was called the Panther Daytona in honor of the event.
See Wikicars' comprehensive Packard Panther Concept Review.
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