1948 Playboy A48 Convertible

1948 Playboy A48 Convertible

Founded six years before the famous magazine, the Playboy Automobile Company was the brainchild of Packard dealer Lou Horwitz, who saw the need for a small and affordable car in postwar America. The company’s first and only production model was the A48, which was introduced in the fall of 1946. Production began the following year and the car was notable for being one of the first convertibles to feature a retractable hardtop.

1948 Playboy A48 Convertible

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