1950 Packard Eight
- Packard did not have the resources to introduce all-new postwar designs until 1951, the last marque to do so.
- The 1948-1950 Packards were based on the pre-war Darrin-designed Packard Clipper.
- There were 40,640 1950 Packards, down by 25,177 cars from 1949.
- The fastback Club Sedan was the least-expensive 1950 Packard at $2,224.
- Last year for “Pregnant” Packard design.
- Price new: $2,358.
Style: 2-Door Club Sedan
Serial No: 23955-9938
Color: Silver and Black
Engine Size: 288 cid
Engine Cylinders: I-8
Engine BHP: 135 BHP
Transmission: Manual 3-speed