They call her the Goddess of Speed. Once, she graced the hoods of distinctive Packard automobiles. Wings back as if in flight, arms outstretched, she holds a disc, symbolic of a tire. Designed by John D. Wilson in 1938, Packard’s Goddess of Speed was based on Nike, the divine charioteer of Greek mythology.
Both pieces are cast in brass and triple chrome plated.
Made in USA.