Alden Handy, in the late forties and early fifties had an eye for cars from the “Classic Era”. If you have been following this series of photos from his scrapbook, courtesy of Joe Puleo, we have seen many photos that he took of special, twenty something year old cars at the time.
Here are two more photos that he took, which are only labeled Pierce-Arrow, 1951 and Packard, 1950. The Pierce is a late 1920s-early 1930s phaeton. The Packard is a 1930-31 Senior series, with what appears to be a convertible sedan body, which may have a divider window. We are going to let you classic car experts in the audience, tell us all the facts about this pair of fine automobiles and if you can, we would like to know if the bodies are custom or catalog models.