It was truly a sad day in 1958 when the last Packards disappeared from U.S. new car showrooms forever. The marquee had been around since 1899, for crying out loud. Of course, it did help create an incredible opportunity for car collectors and restorers. The car's classic "bathtub" design is a real treasure in the history of American auto making. Their sleek lines have always reminded us of the so-called pathbreaking Ford Taurus. Keep yours Smithsonian worthy with one of the excellent Packard Sedan (1952-1958) car covers featured here at AutoAnything.
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Just like the U.S. Declaration of Independence sits in an environmentally protected case at the National Archives in Washington. D.C. you need to keep your ride protected from the ravages of the environment with a Packard Sedan (1952-1958) car cover. We think birds take a special pleasure from pooping on classic cars, but fortunately all it takes is one of our Packard Sedan (1952-1958) car covers to thwart their plans. Also, the heat from the sun and its damaging UV radiation fade and degrade your upholstery. Packard Sedan (1952-1958) car covers act as an industrial strength automotive sun screen.