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I loved the 1926 Rolls I had on yesterday, but I think I like this fine automobile even more! The SUPERB 1934 Packard Eight Coupe (1101-718)!!! (Courtesy of Autowp.ru) What about that color?!

At Howstuffworks.com, they say that the Packard Motor Car Company largely snubbed the model year change, designating its cars by “series,” which often ran for far more than a year. But not in 1933, when the Tenth Series lasted only from January through August.

There was good reason for that — to debut new styling and mechanical updates for a new line, including the 1934 Packard Eight coupe-roadster and to take advantage saleswise of what looked like a hopeful easing of the Depression.

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