Bruce Brown's 1952 Packard
1952 Packard convertible owned by Bruce Brown of Redwood City, California. Bruce's Packard was restyled by Art Lancaster, and it featured frenched headlights, small button taillights, and dechromed hood and rear deck. A custom made side trim was made from cold-rolled steel. Inside it featured a white leather interior. It ran on painted wire wheel covers. In 1955 Bruce's Ford was featured in Trend Book 116 Custom Cars 1955 Annual.
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Trend Book 116 Custom Cars 1955 Annual
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