1930′s Cars 

1939 Cadillac V-16 versus 1939 Packard Twelve

Throughout the decade of the thirties, while Chevrolet and Ford were engaged in a pitched battle for supremacy in the low-priced field, an equally intense contest was taking place at the opposite end of the economic scale. Cadillac was determined to dislodge Packard from its long-held status as America’s premier luxury automobile. And Packard was equally determined to retain its position as “King of the Mountain.”

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