The Packard Brown Bomber was a car first built in 1933. It was updated many times throughout its use up until 1947.
The car was the personal car designed and driven by Edward Macauley. The Brown Bomber spent some time as a 2-door Convertible from its conception in 1933 and it also spent some time as a 2/2-door hardtop later in its life.
In the car's 1940s incarnation, it looked a lot like a large Bristol with four circular headlamps and a long horizontal grille.