Friday, August 1, 2014

1938 Packard Model 886 Packard Eight Commercial Chassis, Henney Packard Flower Car

At the 1937 National Funeral Director's Convention, Henney introduced a streamlined flower car as well as a self-leveling suspension system that they called the Leveldraulic. The flower car was built on a Packard chassis, featured a collapsible convertible top, and could be used as a first call car or to transport altars, chairs and other necessities to the home of the deceased or to the gravesite.