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.
Quartet of 1940s favorites from St. Louis show provides fitting salute to memorable decade in auto evolution.
A trio of rare Packards will cross the auction block in Atlantic City this month, 110 years after the founding of the Packard company.
In addition to the luxury car market, Packard appealed to light haulers, too.
The year 1937 marked the high point for the company's prestige and success.
On April 9, 1956, the Packard Executive was introduced. The Executive was a Clipper Custom with Packard front fenders and grille. It also bore the Packard name in the that perhaps that is what buyers valued after all. It was all to no avail. Drowning in a sea of red ink, Detroit production of...
Chris Goes of Lake Geneva, Wis., owns a unique, unrestored Full Classic car that is unlike anything anyone else has parked in their garage. He is the lucky owner of the only 1941 Packard Darrin Sport Sedan ever made.
Just when you thought all the great cars had been found, another set of doors open to reveal an amazing collection of heavy metal. That was this enthusiast’s good fortune when he stumbled upon more than 20 rare and desirable vehicles laid to rest in a Maryland barn.