Packard Advertising Art (1927-1928)

Packard Ad (March, 1928) - One of the wonders of the ancient world was the bronze statue if the sun-god Helios, 105 feet high, cast in 280 B.C. and known as the Colossus of Rhodes
Packard Ad (March, 1928) - One of the wonders of the ancient world was the bronze statue if the sun-god Helios, 105 feet high, cast in 280 B.C. and known as the Colossus of Rhodes
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Packard ads of this era liked to tell us a story from history – in this case, the ancient forging of the 105-foot high bronze statue of Helios in 280 B.C., and then show how they carry on the grand tradition. “In one of the world’s most modern foundries Packard precision parts first take form under scientific control. Every detail of temperature and the blending and pouring of metals into the intricate moulds is carefully checked.” However it was created, the resulting convertible is a thing of beauty. Prices in this 1928 ad range from $2,275 to $4,550 with “individual custom models from $5,200 to $8,970, at Detroit”.
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