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The Packard from 1940 to 1949



 
 

 


The Packard began it's life in the early 1890's when Ward Packard first got the idea to build a motor car. In 1903 the Packard Motor Car Company was formed.
By 1909 packard was one of the major automobile manufactures in America.
Also by 1909 James Ward  Packard was ready to retire and turn the presidency over to Henry Joy who had joined Packard in 1901 Under his direction the Packard company had grown to 6000 employees and their factory covered 33 acres of floor space. They continued to build high quality expensive cars.
By 1925 packard was the indisputable leader in the field of prestige automobiles.
The depression of the 1930's hurt Packard. By 1934 their production had dropped to below 7000 units per year from a high of more then 50,000 in 1928. Big multi cylinder cars were just not selling.
It was during this period that Packard decided to build a lower priced automobile and the 120 series was brought out. This move saved Packard for another 20 years.
The Packard 120, named for it's 120 inch wheel base was announced in 1935.
In 1939 Packard stopped production of it's V 12 engine and would never again regain the prestige it once had.
In 1941 the new Clipper styling appeared in some Packard sedans and by 1942 the traditional Packard lines were almost completely gone.
In 1954 Packard bought Studebaker but it was too late to save Packard.
It remained in production until August 15'th 1956.
A 56 year history came to an end.
In 1957 the company tried to save the Packard name by introducing a dressed up
Studebaker with the Packard name on it.
This didn't fool the buying public. This was tried again in 1958 but only 1745 were sold.
That move ended the Packard forever.

An interesting footnote sent to me by Robert Dowling, one of my visitors.

Packard bought the ailing Studebaker Corp.
The Packard stock holders got the short end of the deal. Upper management thought they could ride on the (former) prestige of Packard and have 
Studebaker compete with Chevrolet. It didn't work and in two years the
Studebaker-Packard Corp. was facing insolvency. Creditors demanded they get rid of one of the two manufacturing plants. Unfortunately they chose to keep the Studebaker plant in South Bend Ind. and dump the Packard plant in Detroit. Management soon realised their plan was failing, but it was to late. The South Bend plant was not designed to handle cars as wide as the old Packards as was the old Detroit plant, so they couldn't go back and start production of big wide cars again. I've seen design plans for the "new Packards". If you've seen a late 50's early 60's Lincoln Continental (the one with the slanted head lights) or the infamous Edsel thats what they
looked like. When I first saw them I thought it they were for Ford products.
Think about it! If you take the front of an Edsel an replace the "Horse collar" with a little grill shaped like a Clipper grill, you've got the Idea! I can't remember if Ford bought the plans or the design team went over to Ford after Packard folded. After the dismal sales of "Packardbakers"
(Those Studebakers with the funny looking add-ons) they dropped the Packard
name. In 64 they dropped the name completely and moved production to Canada.

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The following is an interesting true story provided by Harold Youmans

Back in 1899 when the first motorized vehicles were starting to appear, a young engineer that had recently graduated from college was fascinated with the new motor cars and wanted desperately to be a part of that industry.  He was especially impressed with a car that was winning many of the races conducted to advertise the car's power and technology.
Many times the cars would race against a horse to prove their endurance. The car this young engineer favored was the Winton automobile.
(Winton made automobiles from 1898 until going out of business in the 1930's) 
The young engineer decided to purchase a Winton automobile and it was delivered to Detroit in the
year 1900 on a flat bed train car. After cleaning up the dust and protective grease he took it for a test drive. 
He was pleased with the performance but felt there were a few things that could be improved. 
As a good engineer, he dismantled the car and made note of areas that could stand improvement.
He felt that if he could inform Mr. Winton about these items that he would be offered a position in the Winton factory. Upon reading the letter, Mr. Winton did not care for the impudence of the young upstart engineer and immediately replied to him.
The letter that Mr. Winton sent to the young engineer is currently on file in the Smithsonian Institute.
 It read: Dear Mr. Packard, if you feel you can build a better car, I suggest you try. 
And the rest is history.


 

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1940 Packard 180 Super 8 Sedan
1940 Packard 
   
1940 Packard 120 Woodie
1940 Packard 8 Touring
1940 Packard 120 Business Coupe
1940 Packard Convertible
 1940 Packard Coupe
1940 Packard Coupe
 1940 Packard Coupe
 1940 Packard Coupe
 1940 Packard Coupe
 1940 Packard Coupe
 This 1940 Packard Coupe is owned by
Tor Olsen of
New London County CT
Tor also owns a 1933 Chrysler Model CO
shown on the Chrysler Page
 
 1940 Packard Coupe
   
1940 Packard 120 Woodie
1940 Packard 120 Woodie
   
 1940 Packard 120 Woodie
 1940 Packard 120 Woodie
 
 
1940 Packard 110 Convertible
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1940 Packard 120 Convertible Victoria By Darrin
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1940 Packard 180 All Weather Cabriolet
1940 Packard 4 Door Sedan
   
 1940 Packard Custom Super Eight 180 Darrin Sport Sedan
 1940 Packard Darrin Super Eight Custom 
One Eighty Convertible Victoria
 
 
1940 Packard 180 Darrin Convertible Sedan
 1940 Packard Super 8 Woodie Station Wagon
 1940 Packard Darrin Super Eight Custom
One Eighty Convertible Sedan
1940 Packard Custom Super Eight 180 Rollson Sport Sedan
 
 
 1940 Packard 4 Door Sedan
 1940 Packard 4 Door Sedan
   
 1940 Packard Convertible Sedan
 1940 Packard 4 Door Sedan
   
1940 Packard Custom Super 8 [Rollson-body]
1940 Packard Custom Super 8 180 Darrin Sport Sedan
 
 
 1940 Packard Darrin 180 Convertible 
1940 Packard Darrin 180Convertible 
   
1940 Packard Darrin Convertible Sedan
1940 Packard Darrin Convertible
 
 
 1940 Packard Darrin Eight One Eighty Convertible
 1940 Packard Darrin Sport Sedan
   
1940 Packard Super 8
 1940 Packard Darrin Sport Sedan
 
 
1940 Packard Super 8 Convertible Coupe
1940 Packard Super 8 Convertible Coupe
   
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  1940 Packard Darrin Convertible Victoria
  1940 Packard Darrin Convertible Victoria
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1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
This 1941 Packard is owned by Gerald T. Capak  
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1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
   
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1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
   
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1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
   
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1941 Packard 180 LeBaron 7 Passenger Sedan
 
 1941 Packard Darrin Convertible Victoria
 1941 Packard Model 110 Woodie Station Wagon
   
1941 Packard Convertible 
1941 Packard Model 110 Woodie Station Wagon
1941 Packard 120 Convertible
1941 Packard 160 Convertible Sedan
   
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 1941 Packard 160 Convertible Sedan
 1941 Packard 120 Woody Wagon
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1941 Packard 160 Woodie
1941 Packard 180 Formal Sedan
   
1941 Packard Super 8 180 Clipper Darrin 
Convertible Victoria
1942 Packard Clipper 4 Door Sedan
   
1942 Packard Clipper 4 Door Sedan
1941 Packard Darrin Convertible
   
1942 Packard Clipper 4 Door Sedan
1942 Packard Clipper 4 Door Sedan
   
1941 Packard Darrin Victoria
1941 Packard Deluxe Convertible
   
1941 Packard LeBaron Sport Brougham
1941 Packard 120 Convertible 
   
1941 Packard Super 8 180 Darrin Convertible Victoria
1941 Packard Super One Eighty
   
 1941 Packard Darrin
 1941 Packard Super 8 160 Rollston Panel Brougham
 
 
 1941 Packard Super 8 160 Rollston Panel Brougham
 1941 Packard Super 8 160 Rollston Panel Brougham
   
 1941 Packard 120 Rollson Town Car
 1941 Packard Darrin Victoria Convertible
 
 
 1942 Packard Clipper 4 Door Sedan
 1941 Packard Super Eight 180 4 Door Convertible
 
 
 1941 Packard One Ten Taxicab Sedan
 1941 Packard Super Eight 180 4 Door Convertible
   
 1941 Packard Darrin One Eighty Convertible Parade Sedan
 1941 Packard One Eighty Cabriolet
 
 
 1941 Packard One Eighty Sedanca Prototype
 1941 Packard One Twenty DeLuxe Woody Station Wagon
 
 
 1941 Packard 180 Touring Sedan
 1941 Packard 120 Sedan
   
 1941 Packard 110 Coupe
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 1941 Packard 110 Coupe
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 1941 Packard Special Coupe
 1941 Packard Special Coupe
 These pictures were submitted by Paul Black, Tampa, FL USA
The pictures were taken on April 7th at the Heritage Village Car Show in Largo, Fl 
 
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 1941 Packard Special Coupe
 1941 Packard Special Coupe
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1942 Packard 160 Long Body Sedan
1942 Packard 160 Long Body Sedan
   
1942 Packard 6 Convertible
1942 Packard 160 Family Sedan
( also known as the Packard 110)
This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001
This car is owned by Daan  Wendt from the Netherlands
 
   
This 1942 Packard is only one of two in existance. Less than 100 of this model were produce before automobile production was halted for war output.  The one shown was once owned by a Southern California couple and I believe was sold to a Delaware man who has it's counterpart.  The second car was once owned by Nevada casino owner William Harrah. 
Upon Harrah's death many of the cars in his collection were sold at auction and the '42 Packard was shipped to Germany where it was stored until it returned to the U.S. in the mid 90's.  Among Packard enthusiasts, the location of this car was unknown for nearly 32 years until it appeared at a classic car dealer in Chico, Calif.
 A gentleman from Chico purchased the vehicle from the dealer and sold it in 1999 at the Imperial Palace Hotel's auction in Las Vegas, Nev.  It was at this auction the gentleman from Delaware acquired the car.Fred is trying to contact the owner of this car.
If you should be the owner or know who is would you please contact Fredd

Text provided by Fredd Cummins
Chico, Calif.

1942 Packard Clipper OneEighty Touring Sedan
 
 
 1942 Packard 110 Deluxe Six Convertible Couper
 1942 Packard Eight 120 General MacArthur's Staff Car
   
 
 1942 Packard Super 8 180 Darrin Convertible Victoria
 
 
 
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 This car is owned by James Copley
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 
 
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 1946 Packard Clipper 8 Family Limosene
 
 
   
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1946 Packard Ad
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1946 Packard Ad
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1946 Packard Ad
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1946 Packard Clipper Deluxe 4 Door Sedan
1946 Packard Clipper Deluxe 8 FourDoor Sedan
1946 Packard Super Clipper Club Sedan
1946 Packard 356 CID Straight Eight 165 HP
   
 1946 Packard Clipper Club Sedan
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1946 Packard Clipper Club Sedan
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1947 Packard Super Clipper 4 Door Sedan
1947 Packard Super Clipper 4 Door Sedan
   
 1947 Packard Clipper Custom 8
 1947 Packard Custom Super 8 Touring Sedan
 
 
1947 Packard Clipper Taxi Sedan
 1947 Packard Clipper Sedan
   
 1947 Packard Custom Clipper Club Sedan
 1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper 21st Series Model 2122
This car is owned by Aldo Ross from Middletown, Ohio
   
1947 Packard Super Clipper 7 Passenger
1948 Packard Convertible
 
 
The following are a series of 1948 Packard Brochures
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 1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
 1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
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 1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
 
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 1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
1948 Packard Super Victoria Convertible Coupe
 This car is owned by Robert Dowling and he had the following to say about the car.
"I got it from a friend named Dean Anthony he had the car from about 1955 to 1994 the only thing he did to it was paint it red when he got it (he loved red) and replaced the fog and spot lights. Other than that he had some Kelsy Hayes wheels redone and put them on  (I have the original wheels and caps). He told me except for the paint it was exactly as he got it. The car was driven almost every day. He used to drive it to his mothers house in the San Fernando valley. It has a little more than 65000 miles on it. He owned a moving and storage business close to his house. At Christmas time he would put all his cars on display at a Christmas Tree lot he ran every year. Before that, it was owned by someone famous but I'm not sure who. He did a lot of business with Hollywood people. His wife was close friends with Jack Bennys wife Mary Livingstone. (So I know Jack Benny rode in it!) He knew Jack Lemon and lots of other celebrities too. He had a lot of great stories. (he came really close to punching Frank Sinatra out once.)
   Anyway, I really didn't want the car (I was more interested in a perfect 1927 Chevy coupe he had). One day he asked me to fix a head light in the Chevy, this guy walks up to it and sits down in it. I went in the office and told him about it, he said "it's his car now", "What!! I've been saving for it for two years!" He asked why I didn't say anything before, I told him he was the kind of guy that if he wanted a certain price for something that was what he wanted and that was it!  I told him if he was ever going to sell the Packard I wanted first crack at it! He had been sick and his medical bills were mounting up. About a year later he says I'm going to sell the Packard, how much will you give me for it? I figured out my savings and told him. He said ok. When I gave him the money I told him it was a loan and the car was collateral. After he passed away, his wife called me and asked me when was I was going to get the car out of the garage, she wanted the space. She told me she hated them all because they hardly ever went anywhere, all they ever did was polish them!
  The car has power windows, a power seat, there is a heater under the front seat for the people in the back. It has an Electromatic Clutch, basically if you go under 40 the shift lever is in second, over 40, third, you don't touch the clutch, except to back up. The overdrive switches on and off depending on the load.  I came back from a drive, white as a sheet once, Dean looked at me and asked me what happened. I told him I thought I broke the clutch or the transmission. I was going up a steep hill and it started slipping very bad. He asked "Did the car slow down or speed up?" I said it sped up. He started laughing, I was mad, "I just broke a $5000 transmission and you're laughing?" "No you didn't. it went into passing gear." "How could it have a passing gear, it's a manual transmission?" He told me all about how the thing works. It has a free wheel mechanism and an overdrive on top of the self shift mechanism. It works almost like an automatic. Neat set up but was replaced the next year with a real automatic. The car is a dream to drive, very comfortable. I have a 48 Willys CJ2A that will wear you out in about an hour and a half. Handles well for a car it's age and gets decent gas mileage, about 20 MPG. 
    A friend of mine was getting married about 6 years ago and they asked me to use it in the wedding. It had a few things I wanted to take care of so my son and I pulled the engine and basically just cleaned it up. the crank is still standard . I had a set of new pistons on the shelf so in those went along with a valve job and a new timing chain, seal gaskets, clutch.
   Now his daughters getting married and wants it in the wedding too, so I have to fix the leaky water pump (the ceramic seal has a crack in it) It's weird, the thing doesn't leak when it's running, but piddles all the anti freeze when its stopped! I'm peeved because I had the water pump rebuilt when we freshened up the motor! Oh well! "
 
 
 
1948 Packard 
1948 Packard 8 Club Sedan
This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001
This Car is owned by Henk Moleman from the Netherlands
   
1948 Packard 8 Sedan
This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001
and is owned by Ton Verhaagen from the Netherlands 
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
   
1948 Packard Convertible
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
   
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
1948 Packard Super 8 Convertible
   
1948 Packard Super 8 Convertible
1948 Packard Super 8 Sedan
   
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
   
1948 Packard Model 2272 Sedan
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
1948 Packard Custom 8 Convertible
1948 Packard Custom 7 Passenger Sedan
 
1948 Packard Super Eight Convertibler
1948 Packard Super Eight Convertibler
 
 
1948 Packard Super Eight 180
1948 Packard 8 Station Sedan
 
1948 Packard Convertible
 1948 Packard Super Eight Victoria Convertible
 
 

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1948 Packard Super 8 7 Passenger Model 2271
This car is owned by Howie Kubsch of 
Henryville, PA and Lake Placid , FL
1948 Packard Super 8 7 Passenger Model 2271
He had the folowing to say about his car.
"Here are a few shots of my newly purchased 
1948 Packard Super 8, 7 passenger.
It is original, some paint touch up. Car has 40000 + miles
showing. I plan to repaint car. BLACK again. Model is 2271 
It is a long wheel based model 141 inches. It has jump seats
and a fold down foot rest in back seat. Almost 40 inches of 
leg room in back!  I bought the Packard in June 06,
pictures are Sept 06. The gas station is a rare old station as is from the  20s-30's
. Harrys Garage in Cresco PA.
His father ran it the exact same way. NO improvements
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1948 Packard Victoria Convertible Coupe
This car is owned by Robert Dowling. He bought it from a friend named Dean Anthony who had the car from about 1955 to 1994. The only thing he did to it was paint it red when he got it (he loved red) and replaced the fog and spot lights. Other than that he had some Kelsy Hayes wheels redone and put them on  (I have the original wheels and caps). He told me except for the paint it was exactly as he got it. The car was driven almost every day. He used to drive it to his mothers house in the San Fernando valley. It has a little more than 65000 miles on it. He owned a moving and storage business close to his house. At Christmas time he would put all his cars on display at a Christmas Tree lot he ran every year. Before that, it was owned by someone famous 
but I'm not sure who. He did a lot of business with Hollywood people. His wife was close friends with Jack Bennys wife Mary Livingstone. (So I know Jack Benny rode in it!) He knew Jack Lemon and lots of other celebrities too. He had a lot of great stories. (he came really close to punching Frank Sinatra out once.)  Anyway, I really didn't want the car (I was more interested in a perfect 1927 Chevy coupe he had). One day he asked me to fix a head light in the Chevy, this guy walks up to it and sits down in it. I went in the office and told him about it, he said "it's his car now", "What!! I've been saving for it for two years!" He asked why I didn't say anything before, I told him he was the kind of guy that if 
he wanted a certain price for something that was what he wanted and that was it! I told him if he was ever going to sell the Packard I wanted first crack at it! He had been sick and his medical bills were mounting up. About a year later he says I'm going to sell the Packard, how much will you give me for it? I figured out my savings and told him. He said ok. When I gave him the money I told him it was a loan and the car was collateral. After he passed away, his wife called me and asked me when was I was going to get the car out of the garage, she wanted the space. She told me she hated them all because they hardly ever went nywhere, 
all they ever did was polish them! 
   The car has power windows, a power seat, there is a heater under the front seat for the people in the back. It has an Ultramatic shift, basically if you go under 40 the shift lever is in second, over 40, third, you don't touch the clutch, except to back up. The overdrive switches on and off depending on the load.  I came back from a drive, white as a sheet once, Dean looked at me and asked me what happened. I told him 
I thought I broke the clutch or the transmission. I was going up a steep hill and it started slipping very bad. He asked "Did the car slow down or speed up?" I said it sped up. He started laughing, I was mad, "I just broke a $5000 transmission and you're laughing?" 
"No you didn't. it went into passing gear." "How could it have a passing gear, it's a manual transmission?" He told me all about how the thing works. It has a free wheel mechanism and an overdrive on top of the self shift mechanism. It works almost like an automatic. Neat set up but was replaced the next year with a real automatic . The car is a dream to drive, very comfortable. I have a 48 Willys CJ2A that will wear 
you out in about an hour and a half. Handles well for a car it's age and gets decent gas mileage, about 20 MPG. 
    A friend of mine was getting married about 6 years ago and they asked me to use it in the wedding. It had a few things I wanted to take care of so my son and I pulled the engine and basically just cleaned it up. the crank is still standard . I had a set of new pistons on the shelf so in those went along with a valve job and a new timing chain, seal gaskets, clutch. 
  Now his daughters getting married and wants it in the wedding too, so I have to fix the leaky water pump (the ceramic seal has a crack in it) It's weird, the thing doesn't leak when it's running, but piddles all the anti freeze when its stopped! I'm peeved because I had the water pump rebuilt when we freshened up the motor! 
Oh well! I ordered some exact reproduction mirrors for it but took about a year to get them. (to late for the wedding) When I went to put them on, the holes lined up perfectly! 
 
 
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1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
This 1949 Packard is owned by Gerald T. Capak  
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1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
   
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1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
1949 Packard Super Deluxe 8  Model 2271 Long Wheel Base Touring Sedan For 7 
 
1949 Packard 4 Door Sedan
1949 Packard 4 Door Sedan
This picture was taken at the show inValkenswaard in 2001 and is owned by Jurgen Juffermans from the Netherlands
 1948 Packard Standard Eight Club Coupe
This car was bought new in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada and was one of the first 48
Standard 2 door club coupes to roll off 
the East Grand Blvd. in Detroit.
1949 Packard 8 Sedan
1949 Packard Club Sedan
1949 Packard Custom 8 Sedan
   
1949 Packard Custom 8 Convertible
1949 Packard Custom Limousine
   
1949 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan
1949 Packard DeLuxe 8 Sedan
   
 1949 Packard Sedan
 1949 Packard Super 8 Convertible
   
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  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
 1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
This car is owned by Don Spatny  
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  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
   
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  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan
   
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  1949 Packard Deluxe Eight Club Sedan Brochure
 
   
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 1949 Packard Sedan
 1949 Packard Sedan
 This car is owned by Herb Litts, New York.
 
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 1949 Packard Sedan
 1949 Packard Sedan
 
 
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 1949 Packard Sedan
 

 
 
 
The Gettysburg Packard Club Car Show

 
 
To continue your tour of the Packards use the links below
1899 to 1929
1930 to 1939
1950 to 1958

 
 
 
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John's Old Car and Truck Pictures
Historic Aircraft Pictures
The 1952 cars of The World
The Netherlands and most of Europe has a large following of North American Cars
The Old Cars of the Netherlands
The Early Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
Old English and American Motorcycles
The Model T Ford
The Model A Ford
Click here to View the Famous Chevy Tri-Five 55, 56 and 57 Chevrolets
The Chevy Tri-Five 
55, 56 and 57 Chevrolets
The Chevrolet Corvette
From 1963 to 1970
Don Pate's 1947 Chevy Aero Sedan 
View the rebuilding of this car from the
bullet holes to the trophy winning
The Early American Sporty Cars
The Oshkosh The Truck that all other only dream of becoming
The Oshkosh 
The Truck of Trucks
The Divco Truck
America's Milk Truck
The Ford Mustang

The Cars Dreams are made of
Those Old Classic Convertibles
Cadillac, Duesenberg, Cords and many more
The Cars of  Chrysler Corporation
Once you saw one you would never forget it
A Chronological Listing of the Studebaker
The Jeep from 1940 to the present
The Nash, Hudson and American Motors Cars
The Hudson,Essex, and Terraplanes
that were found in Australia
Those wonderful Pickup Trucks
Anthony Hazelaar's Model T
Trucks and Cars Models
The Volkswagen from 1932 to the 
end of the Beetle
The Kaiser and the Frazer
Eric Gordon's Kaiser Rebuild
There are many pictures showing
the details of this rebuild
All you Kaiser lovers would like to have one of these. Watch it being made.
Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
Convertible Convertion
"Coming Home"
The story of Eric Gordon finding and bringing his Kaiser Convertible Home
after a 20 year search
Eric Gordon's First Kaiser
A 1951 Deluxe which comes to a startling end
The Henry J
The Stanley Steamer
The cars of IKA Argentina 
Kaiser's Jeeps and American Motors that were
built in Argentina in the 1950's and 60's and 70's
That Cute Little Crosley
The Chevrolet from 1916 to 1970
The Corvair 1960 to 1969
The Ford Motor Company from 1908 to 1969
The Pontiac
The Oldsmobile
The Cadillac
Wouldn't you rather have a Buick
Wouldn't you Really Rather have a Buick
The Chrysler Airflow
The Tucker '48'
The Amphicar
Yes you can get a Jeep stuck, Really stuck if you just half try.
How to Get a Jeep Really Stuck
View some of John Evan's  Artwork
View some of John' Evan's 
Auto Artwork 
Click here to View the Jeeps of World War II
WW II Jeeps
A website featuring many articles on many different cars If you can't find it anywhere else, try here
Packard Club (PAC) trademarks
are used with permission.
The Packard Club
The Studebaker-Packard Club  Nederland

A special thanks to
The Studebaker-Packard Club Nederland
and Henry van Asten webmaster of the SPCN for the use of many of their pictures on this page

MURPHY AUTO MUSEUM
Relive decades gone by as you view more than 70 autos displayed by collectors
View the steam locomotives of the CNR
Visit Lonnie Hedgepeth's 
of Rocky Mount, North Carolina site.
He has used the plans provided on my web page and is building a Covered Bridge for his Live Steam train.
Visit our Home in Summerville Nova Scotia. This house was built in 1873.
Where we live and what we do
Tour the 64 remaining Covered Bridges
 of New Brunswick
The Covered Bridges that once
dotted Nova Scotia.
If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
Summerville now has an Airport
  E Mail
johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

 
 
 


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