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Packard

Packard 1955 Caribbean Advertisement Literature
Apr 22, 2022 In 1899, brothers James Ward Packard and William Doud Packard built the first Packard automobile in their native Warren, Ohio In 1900, they formed the Ohio Automobile Company in partnership with George Weiss, which was soon renamed the Packard Motor Car Company and moved to Detroit, Michigan The company grew rapidly, and soon became America’s Read More →

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Pierce-Arrow

Pierce-ARrow add with blue, orange, and grey
Feb 07, 2022 Pierce-Arrow was one of the oldest and most respected names in the industry During the early 1900s, Pierce-Arrow, along with Packard and Peerless (the so-called “Three P’s”) were considered America’s finest luxury automobiles The company was founded in 1865 by George M Pierce in Buffalo, New York as a domestic goods manufacturer It Read More →

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Mercedes-Benz

A man sitting in a Mercedes-Benz shakes hands with another man to show the new partnership between Mercedes-Benz and Studebaker
Oct 21, 2021 Mercedes-Benz is one of the automotive industry’s oldest and most respected brands During the mid-1950’s, Daimler-Benz, producers of Mercedes-Benz (M-B) automobiles, was looking to expand its market in the US An agreement was reached in 1957 for Studebaker-Packard to serve as the US distributor for Mercedes-Benz products M-B, which sold just Read More →

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Studebaker’s Cousins: Subsidiaries, Partners and Associated

A billboard advertises "this is Studebaker Today...Growing! The logos of several Studebaker subsidiaries can be seen on the left side of the billboard.
Jul 22, 2021 What is Studebaker’s tie to NASA Or Notre Dame football Ever hear of the Garford automobile The Flanders What about Studebaker’s relationship with Mercedes-Benz While many identify the Studebaker Corporation as builders of wagons, buggies and automobiles, the company’s reach extended far beyond its Studebaker-branded products In the Read More →

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