The Packard Caribbean was an individual extravagance vehicle delivered by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, during model years 1953 through 1956. A portion of the Caribbean’s styling was gotten from the Pan American Packard show vehicle of the earlier year. It was created uniquely as a convertible from 1953 to 1955, yet a hardtop model was included its last year of 1956.
The 1953 Caribbean was maybe Packard’s most effectively distinguished vehicle as a result of its full pattern back wheel lodging and side trim, constrained to a chrome band diagram that extended the whole length of the vehicle. The band additionally encouraged portray the vehicle’s wheel openings. A steel mainland extra tire was likewise standard. The hood included an expansive, low leaded-in hood scoop. Bodies for the Caribbean were changed by Mitchell-Bentley Corporation of Ionia, Michigan. Accessible “promoted” hues for the vehicle were restricted to Polaris Blue, Gulf Green Metallic, Maroon Metallic or Sahara Sand. Be that as it may, a simple bunch of exceptional arranged cars were worked in Ivory or Black.
Insides of the Caribbean were luxuriously upholstered in cowhide. Most Caribbeans were additionally liberally optioned, in spite of the fact that the Ultramatic transmission and power windows were discretionary cost things on the primary year model. An aggregate of 750 Caribbeans were worked for the principal model year, and these cars are exceedingly looked for after as collectible cars in the present collectible car advertise. Reestablished cars normally sell in the six-figure ranges.