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.
There was more than a little irony at work when Denny and Kim Harms pulled the trigger and bought themselves a rare and stunningly original 1941 Packard 120 woodie wagon. The Harms are big woodie fans and run a business restoring old wood-bodied Chryslers, but they wanted nothing to do with restoring this Packard....
Even though I’m a die-hard Cadillac guy, I have much respect for Packards and the historic Packard Proving Grounds. Check out this new event to be held there this year, and since its being head under the direction of Don Sommer, founder of the Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance, it’s sure to be a winner!...
A Packard was one of several autos to make the first coast-to-coast trek in 1903.
30th Anniversary Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance held in Michigan
A former Packard-Milwaukee employee recalls the war years.
The Packard Car Company Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan has been nearly destroyed by fires, the most recent on Sunday.
The Fairfield County Concours d’Elegance will host a historic event with a first-ever display of seven Packard concept cars.
The one-of-a-kind Packard Twelve will be offered on eBay.
Robert H. Aller, longtime resident of Kearney, Mo., and one of the last zone service managers for the Packard Motor Car Co., passed away on May 1.