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1907 Packard - Col. Sidney Waldon 1.jpg

1907 Packard - Col. Sidney Waldon 1.jpgPopular
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Col. Sidney D. Waldon testing a 1907 Packard with several (un-named) engineers.  It comes from the Detroit News when they received some original photos from the PMCC in 1934.  Sidney Waldon was a Vice President at Packard and some believe that he began the use of the “Checked Flag” to signal the finish of an automobile race.

Photo donated by  Roger Luksik

1907 Packard 30 Model U 'Still a Winner'

1907 Packard 30 Model U 'Still a Winner'Popular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U parked on road, decorated with eight small American flags, painted on hood '500,000 miles 1907 Packard.' Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 108-inch wheelbase, 2-person special runabout body, windshield, motometer, special drum type electric head lamps, 1937 Ohio license plate #3049, spare tire carried at rear, April 4th, 1938; Inner Circle article attached.

Item # EB01c189

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1907 Packard 30 Model U ahead of schedule

1907 Packard 30 Model U ahead of schedulePopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U with American flags, sign reads 'The last Packard 30, 29 Days Ahead of Schedule,' on residential street. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, 5-person touring car, fitted with folding cape cart top, 1907 Model U type radiator cap, right side front view, top raised, 13 hood louvers.

Item # EB01c188

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1907 Packard 30 Model U chassis

1907 Packard 30 Model U chassisPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U chassis. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, chassis, dash and controls, photographed at the Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01c177

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1907 Packard 30 Model U chassis on side

1907 Packard 30 Model U chassis on sidePopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U chassis on side, in front of brick building. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, chassis, plan view, photographed at the Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01c176

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1907 Packard 30 Model U close up of right front with cape top

1907 Packard 30 Model U close up of right front with cape topPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U close up right front side, with leather lamp covers. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, touring car, fitted with folding cape top, folding 2-piece glass front, dust covers for side, head lamps, photographed near Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01c195

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1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up of touring car radiator

1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up of touring car radiatorPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U close up front view of radiator. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, touring car, front elevation, tube type radiator, 1907 type radiator cap.

Item # EB01c202

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1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up, three-quarter front view

1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up, three-quarter front viewPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U close up three-quarter front, with leather lamp covers. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, touring car, fitted with folding cape top, folding 2-piece glass front, dust covers for side, head lamps, glass front closed, photographed near Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01c196

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1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up, three-quarter front view with house in background

1907 Packard 30 Model U close-up, three-quarter front view with house in backgroundPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U close up three-quarter front, with leather lamp covers, house in back right. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, touring car, fitted with folding cape top, folding 2-piece glass front, dust covers for side, head lamps, glass front closed, photographed near Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

Item # EB01c197

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1907 Packard 30 Model U dash

1907 Packard 30 Model U dashPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1907 Packard 30 Model U close up of dash. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, dash, detail view, photographed at the Packard Works, East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich., dash and coil box.

Item # EB01c171

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