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The Packard 200 was produced from 1951 through 1952 and was the company’s entry level vehicle. The 200 was available as a two-door business coupe, two-door club coupe, and as a four-door sedan. A Deluxe model was also available and came in two body styles, a four-door sedan and a two-door club coupe. The Series 200 came with few items as standard equipment, a spare tire, jack set, front and rear bumper guards, dual horns, and sun visors. This Packard is powered by a 288 cid inline eight capable of producing 135 horsepower. The Series 200 model was replaced by the Clipper Special in 1953. The Packard Series 200 Club Coupe would have set you back $2,494 in 1952.
- The series 200 had no station wagon, hardtop or convertible
- This was company’s entry-level vehicle
- Series 200 model was replaced by the Clipper Special in 1953
- Price new: $2,494