Image #8 - Ask the Man - 3x2

Ask the Man Who Owns One


Ironically, In the early 1930s in the height of the Great Depression, there were quite a few luxury automobiles: Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg, Cadillac, Chrysler Imperial, Lincoln,  Marmon, Minerva, Rolls Royce, Peerless, Pierce Arrow . . . . What was the other ‘P’?

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It’s one of the all-time classic advertising slogans, reportedly borrowed from an utterance by James Ward Packard himself. He said it all: There was no finer automobile made, and each and every owner was thrilled with his purchase. In 1934, when you saw a Packard coming toward you, you knew its driver (or chauffeured passenger) had already arrived. Our rendering is on aluminum and ready to hang. As exclusive as the automobile itself, we will make no more than 34 images, and include a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity attesting to its rarity.

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Dimensions 36 x 24 in

18×12 on aluminum $295, 24×16 on aluminum $445, 30×20 on aluminum $595, 36×24 on aluminum $695