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Published on Jun 28, 2011
Packard had made woody station wagons before WW2..and they resumed the practice with this 1948 model. Beautiful in every respect, great paint, wood and interior. You see the clam shell arrangement of the tailgate that predominated at the time..the top raised, the bottom folded flat to match the wagon's floor. The second row of seating folded for extra carrying capacity! This sedan would have been at home at the Country Club as well as picking up gardening supplies. I would have spread a tarp, though, to keep the floor in beautiful shape!