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  1. 1929-1956 Packard National Automotive Service Data
    Here is the National Automotive Service Data covering Packards from 1929-1956. This contains quick reference on engine mechanicals by model, engine wire diagrams, firing order, etc. This has been broke in sections by series, and by specific models.
  2. 1935-1941 Packard Parts List
    Here is the 1935-1941 Packard Part List (also called the Parts Manual). This piece is an essential companion to the Service Manual. Not only does it provide information on what part number is what, more importantly it provides the exploded part views that are needed when rebuilding components.
  3. 1937-1949 Packard Bearing Data
    This covers all the Packard bearing related data from 1937-1949.
  4. 1939 - 1946 Tune-Up Specification And Adjustment Chart
    1939 - 1946 Tune-Up Specification And Adjustment ChartIt is recommended that you Right Click on the link(s) above and do a "Save Target As". This will download the PDF to your machine rather than trying to open and view it over the web.
  5. 1940 Service Letters
    This is the complete 1940 Service Letter Set. These were sent out during the year to update the Dealers with the latest service and company news.
  6. 1941 "A personal invitation" to see the new 160s and 180s
    This is a invitation that was sent out by dealers to prospective buyers to come in and view the new 1941 Packard Super-8 One-Sixty and Super-8 Custom One-Eighty models.
  7. 1941 - 1947 Series Igniton System Training Manual
    This manual from April of 1947 was the training manual given to new Packard Mechanics in Training. It contains a wealth of information that could be applied to most Packards of any year.
  8. 1941 - 1953 Flat Rate Manual
    The Flat Rate Manual provides labor times for specific repair operations. Such schedules are usually based on time studies performed under the most optimal of conditions and were used primarily to reimburse dealers for warranty claims.
  9. 1941 110 Special, 110 Deluxe, and 120 Owners Manual
    This is the owner's manual for the 1941 110 Special, 110 Deluxe, and 120 Packards. This contains a lot of information and is almost a mini-service manual.
  10. 1941 19th Series Wire Diagram (Non-Clipper Models)
    This is the 1941 19th Series Wire Diagram (Non-Clipper Models)
  11. 1941 19th Series Clipper Wire Diagrams
    This is the 1941 19th Series Clipper Wire Diagrams
  12. 1941 Christmas Showroom Information
    This is information sent to Dealership on how to dress up the showroom for the coming Christmas Holidays. It contains not only suggestions, but also items that can be ordered for display in the showroom.
  13. 1941 Clipper Body Notes
    This was sent out with the 1941 Service letters to updated the fields on differences in the 1941 Clippers that were coming to the dealerships.
  14. 1941 Dealer Information
    This is the 1941 Dealer Information relating to pricing, specifications, colors, upholstery, accessories, equiptment, and factory delivery in the United States.
  15. 1941 Dealership Announcement Suggestions
    This is a set of information provided to a dealership containing suggestions on how to dress up the dealership for the announcement of the coming 1941 models.
  16. 1941 Packard 110 and 120 Factory Brochure
    This is the 1941 Packard 110 and 120 Factory Brochure. It is full of wonderful color illustrations of the features and models in the 110, and 120 lineup.
  17. 1941 Packard A/C Parts List
    This is the 1941 Packard A/C Parts List. It includes part plates and diagrams for all the different models (Seniors, Clippers, etc). This was scanned from a copy of a copy, so the quality is not good, but the information is readable.
  18. 1941 Packard A/C Service Manual and Updates
    This is the 1941 Packard Service Manual. Also included are the section of the service letters and counselors that apply to the 1941 A/C system. Including the announcement of using Methyl Cloride instead of Freon during the war.
  19. 1941 Packard Accessory Brochure
    This is the 1941 Packard Accessory Brochure
  20. 1941 Packard Acme Proxlin Paint Chips
    Here are the 1941 Packard Acme Proxlin Paint Chips.
  21. 1941 Packard Information Booklet
    Information on the 1941 Packard models relating to Prices, Specifications, Colors, Upholstery, Accessories and Equipment, and Factory Delivery in the United States.
  22. 1941 Packard Repair and Tune-Up Guide
    This is an illustrated condensed Repair and Tune-Up guide for the 1941 Packards. This would be a great piece to keep in the glove box for quick reference.
  23. 1941 Publicity Announcement Packet
    This is a packet of information send to dealerships. It contains specification information, feature information, and also sample advertising samples that a dealership could use.
  24. 1941 Salesmen Data Book
    This the is 1941 Salesmen Data Book. These handbooks were given to sales and provides a handy reference on models, features, competitive information, and specifications. Also there are pictures and illustrations of most of the models.
  25. 1941 Service Letters
    Here are the 1941 Packard Service Letters. These were sent out to the dealers to provide service and training updates and other general company information.
  26. 1941 Service Repair and Tuneup Booklet
    Here is the 1941 Service Repair and Tuneup Booklet.
  27. 1941 Super Eight Sales Catalog
    This is the 1941 Packard Super Eight Sales catalog. It contains information and illustrations about the various Super Eight models and the mechanical features of the Super Eight.
  28. 1941 The Packard News
    This is a small advertising card that listed the new features for the 1941 One-Ten Special and Deluxe, and One-Twenty Models.
  29. 1941-1947 Packard Clipper Master Parts Book
    Here is the 1941-1947 Packard Clipper Master Parts Book(also called the Parts Manual or Parts List). This piece is an essential companion to the Service Manual. Not only does it provide information on what part number is what, more importantly it provides the exploded part views that are needed when rebuilding components.
  30. 1941-1949 Engine Service Manual
    This is the 1941-1949 Engine Service Manual. This was Section V of the entire set, but was bound as it's own manual. Very nice pictures throughout the entire manual.
  31. 1947 Packard DuPont Paint Chips
    This is the 1947 Packard Paint Chip and contains all the paint chip and color codes for the 1947 Packard models. This also contains the paint codes back to 1941 for reference.
  32. 1957-1941 Shell Service Charts
    These are Shell Service Charts covering Packards from 1957-1941. Contains lube information, tune up replacement part lists, and model identification.
  33. General Letters
    These are General Letters issues by Packard to Zone and/or Dealers on various issues.
  34. General Service Bulletins
    These are the General Service Bulletins that were sent to Zones and Dealer. They contain additional information that is useful in regards to parts and special service information
  35. How To: Packard Delco Shock Rebuild
    This is a "How To" written by Mark Hill on how to rebuild the Delco "Lever Action" Shocks used by Packard.
  36. Packard and Studebaker-Packard Annual Corporate Reports
    These Packard and Studebaker-Packard Annual Corporate Reports were prepared each year for the annual stockholders meeting and distributed to the shareholders. They contains interesting information on both what occurred the previous year and also the some outlooks for the coming year. Some contain wonderful pictures of new models, new plant renderings, etc.
  37. Packard Carburetor Application List
    This is a list of carburetor application by model. It is a work in progress and will be edited and updated and information is discovered.
  38. Packard Engine Serial Number Reference
    This is a list of Packard engine serial numbers from 1899-1956. Hopefully this will left to provide not only a reference to those wanting to know if their engine is correct for their model, but also some basic information about all the engine in a quick reference.

    **UPDATED 2/27/12**
  39. Packard Hub Cap and Wheel Cover Identification Guide
    This guide was put together to help identify Hub Caps and Full Wheel Covers that were used on Packard models. This is a work in progress, so it will be updated as folks are able to give me more pictures and information.

    (Updated Rev 4)
  40. Packard Model-Series Progression Chart
    This is a chart showing how the model years and series interrelate with one another. I also tried to show the a specific models evolution across the various years and series. I hope you find it usefull.

    ***UPDATED 11/17/2008***
  41. Packard Monoblock Inline 8-Cyl Engine Specifications 1935-54
    Compiled table of Packard Monoblock Inline 8-Cyl Engine Specifications for 1935-1954.
  42. Packard Patent Filings
    The is a collection of Packard Patent Filings grouped by initial filing date. Please note that Packard filed for patent many years before those items were used in production in some cases.
  43. Packard Promotional Pointers
    These are a set of Packard Promotional Pointers that were sent to dealers to give them information on both current Packard advertising and promotions as well as tip on promoting their dealerships and the Packard brand in their local markets.
  44. Packard Section from period Motors Manual
    This I belive is a Packard Section from a Motors Parts and Labor reference manual. It contains basic information about all the models from 1940-54. It has a lot of tune up information, engine and body serial numbers. If has several exploded parts breakdown sheets that include the Transmission, Overdrive, Ultramatics, Trendle Bendix unit, Powersterring, Front Suspension, and steering. As well as a pretty comprehensive mechanical parts list.
  45. Parts and Accessories Bulletins
    These are the Parts and Accessories Bulletins that were sent from Factory to the Zone and Dealer about changes in Parts and Accessories.
  46. Philadelphia Zone Office Letters
    These are letter issued by the Philadelphia Zone Office, to dealers located in their zone, on various Service related subjects.
  47. Pre-War Packard Stuff 1899-1942
    Listing of Body Styles and Models by year as well as number of Cars made;
    Wheelbase, Bore & Stroke, Horsepower, Price Range & Weight Range.
    Limited photos of early Packards & Celebrities with Packards. This booklet was created by Neil Anderson.
  48. Serviceman's Training Book: Engine Diagnosis and Tune-Up
    This manual was part of Packard's Service Training Program and covered engine diagnosis and tune-up for 19th, 20th, 21st series cars. But general procedures apply to any Packard with a Straight 8 or 6 motor. Printed July 1947
  49. Servicing Auto-Lite Generator Regulators
    "This booklet is designed for use by Auto-Lite servicemen. It is a refresher on how the Auto-Lite Generator Regulator works and on service procedures."
  50. Stewart Warner Electric Wiper Service Information
    This is the Stewart Warner Electric Wiper service information covering adjustment and repair.
  51. Stromberg Carburetor Packard Manual and Parts Catalog
    This is a Stromberg Carburetor Manual and Parts Catalog prepared for the Packard Motor Car Company. This was sent to the Service Managers at the Packard dealerships
  52. Technical Letters
    Technical Letters issues by Packard on various issues.
  53. Trade Letters
    Trade Letters on various matters that were issued by Packard to Zones and Dealers
  54. US-Rubber Passenger Car Spark Plug Chart
    This was an original insert card that was hung next to a the spark plug rack at a garage. It lists which spark plugs to use for many of the US Passenger cars from 1930-1942.
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