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[column grid=”2″ span=”1″] 1936 was the second year for the major redesigned bodies of 1935. Differences were minor in trim and external appearances. The front grille was given a five degree slant from vertical in a streamlining attempt. Sales were slightly down for 1936 in the Standard 8 as the dealers were concentrating their efforts on the junior 120 line which sold 34,729 cars in 1936, up from 1935 by almost 10,000 units. Overall, Packard made a good profit as an independent for 1936 showing $7 million in profit.