Packard Pan American, 1952. Designed by Richard Arbib, and coachbuilt by hearse and ambulance specialist Henney. The first of 6 cars was build for company president Hugh Ferry. They were based on the Packard 250 convertible, sectioned, channelled and lowered in an attempt to create a top-tear roadster. The projected cost was $18,000, at a time when the top-line Lincoln Capri convertible sold for $3,665, the Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood for $5643.