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A few Packards intended for the American market in the 1920s were actually shipped to far away shores, and at least one particularly special 1925 Packard went as far as “Down Under.” More
National Packard Museum to host 23rd annual Antique & Classic Car Show July 20-22 WARREN, Ohio – The National Packard Museum will present its 23rd Annual Antique & Classic Car Show July 20-22. This year’s theme is “Packards Abroad.” Three … More
SEMA ACTION NETWORK UPDATE Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles Michigan, the birthplace to many of the collector cars we cherish, has introduced legislation (S.B. 1146) that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles … More
“In the Harrah culture, there were organizational standards for all aspects of daily operations throughout departments to ensure the best business practices…the days of Bill Harrah are now rooted in history.” We salute what would have been the 100th birthday of Bill Harrah with photographs of his legacy. Enjoy. More
WARREN, Ohio – The National Packard Museum, the Western Reserve Modular Railroad Club and the Flying Aeros Association proudly present “Planes, Trains & Automobiles.” This exciting exhibit opened Oct. 8 and runs through Dec. 29. “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” features … More
Formerly part of the late Frank Kleptz Collection and referred to as the “ghost car,” this auto show-display, plexiglas-bodied 1939-’40 Pontiac Deluxe Six sedan sold for $280,000 at the RM at St. John’s auction. Story and photos by Angelo … More
The “Al Jolson Packard” – 1932 Packard Twin Six Individual Custom Convertible Sedan (Shooterz.biz © 2011 courtesy RM Auctions) RM Auctions will lift the curtain on a famous 1932 Packard Twin Six Individual Custom Convertible Sedan, purchased new by American … More
With the last name “Vanderbilt,” Grace Wilson Vanderbilt couldn’t be seen in anything less than a Packard. The family of her husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt III, had built its fortune on transportation — first ferries, then railroads — so moving and shaking was in the family blood. By Grace Vanderbilt’s lifetime, the shaking evolved to hobnobbing with high society and royalty, and the moving came courtesy of Packard.
Several photographs from the 1910s and 1920s show Vanderbilts at the running boards of contemporary Packards, so Grace didn’t need to ask a man who owned one when she went car shopping in the late 1930s. More
Sometimes, when in doubt, just go big. That was certainly the strategy Ken Chartier subscribed to when he entered the car hobby back in 2004. Chartier admits he’d never even been in an old car when he took possession of his amazing 1925 Packard limousine. More