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WWW.PACKAIR.COM  Plymouth XNR concept car (1960), named after Chrysler design chief Virgil Exner. A striking asymmetric design streamlined the hood air scoop to instrument housing, driver's headrest and rear fin. The grille frame doubled as a front bumper. The 'X-motif' rear bumper was a visual reminder of the car's name. Built in 1959 by Ghia, it was powered by a 170 slant-six engine prepared to NASCAR specs, which on Chrysler's testing track, had a top speed of 150 mph

WWW.PACKAIR.COM Plymouth XNR concept car (1960), named after Chrysler design chief Virgil Exner. A striking asymmetric design streamlined the hood air scoop to instrument housing, driver's headrest and rear fin. The grille frame doubled as a front bumper. The 'X-motif' rear bumper was a visual reminder of the car's name. Built in 1959 by Ghia, it was powered by a 170 slant-six engine prepared to NASCAR specs, which on Chrysler's testing track, had a top speed of 150 mph

1929 Ruxton - (New Era Motor Car Co, New York, New York, 1921-1931)

1929 Ruxton - (New Era Motor Car Co, New York, New York, 1921-1931)

packard victoria | 1933 Packard 12, Convertible Vicitoria, Custom Dietrich

packard victoria | 1933 Packard 12, Convertible Vicitoria, Custom Dietrich

.design looks like nemos car in league of extraordinary gentlemen

.design looks like nemos car in league of extraordinary gentlemen

A 1904 Packard from The Henry Ford Museum Collection | The Old Motor

A 1904 Packard from The Henry Ford Museum Collection | The Old Motor

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