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Packard

Packard automobiles were first made by two Packard brothers in 1899. Packards continued to be made through 1958, although by then they were manufactured by the Studebaker-Packard Company. From 1903 through 1958, the companies were located in Detroit, MI.
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The deal would preserve the landmark property for its original use as home to the storied Packard Motor Car Company and was a unique opportunity given Manhattan's limited supply of options that would accommodate this particular use.
Founded in 1899, Packard had a relatively short history until 1957--it struggled during the 1930s and never recovered--but it produced some of the country's finest cars, and Packard Motor Car Company is the place to view them in all their glory.
Ward's The Fall of the Packard Motor Car Company is remarkably informative and engaging.