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“The New 1952 Packard Patrician ‘400’
Never before has there been a motor car to compare with the 1952 Packard Patrician ‘400’.
Here is magnificent styling inside and out – offering a choice of five expertly tailored interiors of rich-textured fabrics to complement Packard’s glorious array of exterior colors.
And with the ultimate in new beauty, you get the brilliance of Packard engineering: in new Packard Thunderbolt power…new, smoother-than-ever Ultramatic Drive…effortless new Easamatic power brakes…forward-looking concepts of vision, steering, balance, roominess…
But words alone cannot express the magnificence of this fine motor car…You must drive it. Let the car itself show you why this Packard Patrician ‘400’ for 1952 is truly the most advanced, most luxurious motor car in the world.”
“Release Sunday, December 15, 1957
The late Henry Ford shocked the automotive world a quarter century ago by doing the impossible — mass producing the V-8 engine. Here he is shown with his first “production” engine which now is displayed in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich. A brass tag on the first engine reads: ‘This is V-8 No. 1 motor. Hold for Mr. H. Ford.'”
“For Immediate Release, March 21, 1955:
New Chrysler 300 America’s Most Powerful
The highest-powered car in America — the Chrysler 300 — has a 300-horsepower modified Chrysler Firepower V-8 engine. The ground-hugging hardtop will be available to the public in March. Designed to the specifications of motor sports enthusiasts, the “300” has special suspension, is 58.6 inches high and features simple chrome treatment with natural leather interior.”