The Packard Super Eight was the name given to the largest eight cylinderluxury automobiles produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. Following the discontinuation of the Seventeenth Series Packard Twelve after the 1939 model year, the Super Eight name was applied to Packard's two senior cars, the One-Sixty and the One-Eighty. Following World War II, the most senior Super Eight One-Eighty became the Custom Eight, while its slightly lower-priced sibling, the Super Eight One-Sixty, once again became simply the Super Eight.
The entire range of Packard's motorcars was renamed for the 1951 model year (twenty-fourth series), when the Super Eight was renamed 300, thus bringing to a close the long reign of the Packard Super Eight.
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