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The Caribbean 'sports car' was inspired by the Packard Pan American show car which Packard displayed at the 1952 New York Auto Show. The Caribbean was based on Packard's regular convertible, and thus shared the same 3,099 mm (122 in) wheelbase and most of its sheet metal. There were, however, some significant styling and luxury items. Packard stylist Dick Teague did a masterful job with a major face-lifting for the Caribbean. A wraparound windshield, dummy scoops on the hood and the leading edges of the rear fenders, a heavy egg crate grille, and twin rear fender antennas. He topped the Caribbean off with a garish three-tone paint job. The wire-spoke wheels were nicely accented by full wheel cutouts with chrome surrounds. A hood scoop added front end character, while a continental spare tire finished off the rear. Under the jukebox exterior there was finally a new overhead valve, 5.8 litre, 275 horsepower V-8.
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