Continuing the theme of “The Three P’s” of American motoring, last week’s car was a 1928 Packard Eight. Peerless, Pierce-Arrow and Packard didn’t just all have the letter P in common, they were three luxury car makes as well.
What Car Is This? Photo from mycarquest.com.
As I have written, this car and the two previous What Car Is This? cars are “related.”
Reader Maurice has correctly guessed the car from yesterday’s What Car Is This? post. The car is a Pierce-Arrow and the photo is from piercearrow.org. (In the interest of full disclosure, Maurice and I have known each other since freshman year of high school, which wasn’t yesterday.)
Given the makes of the two “mystery” cars so far and that I indicated that the first three were “related” a car devotee should be able to figure out the make of next week’s What Car Is This? car.
Do tags help blog readers find posts? Today is the first post for which I have included a tag. I would like to know what you think. In general, this blog will be better if it is interactive.
From cargurus.com a picture of a 1967 Corvette, which is probably my choice as the best-looking American car ever.