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Packard 160 was part of a model designation by the Packard Motor Car Company from 1940 until 1942, referring to its engine's horsepower. Complete designation in factory preferred spelling is Packard Super Eight One-Sixty. Some 1942 models got Clipper styling and were similarly called "Packard Clipper Super Eight One-Sixty". While the designation "Super Eight" was used earlier and later, "160" or "One Sixty" always was part of the designation, and never stood alone.