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1912 Packard 18 Model NE close-coupled, left side

1912 Packard 18 Model NE close-coupled, left sidePopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 18 Model NE left side, top raised. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 26-horsepower, 112-inch wheelbase, close-coupled, fitted with Packard storm-tilt windshield, & standard top.

Item # EB01c428

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1912 Packard 6 single-compartment brougham, five-sixth rear view, left side

1912 Packard 6 single-compartment brougham, five-sixth rear view, left sidePopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 6 five-sixth rear view, left side, 1911 Michigan license plate #5062M. Inscribed on photo back; 6-cylinder, 48-horsepower, 139-inch wheelbase, single-compartment brougham.

Item # EB01c451

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1912 Packard 6 close-coupled, seven-eighths front view, left side, top raised

1912 Packard 6 close-coupled, seven-eighths front view, left side, top raisedPopular
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7.5x9.5 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1912 Packard 6 with rumble seat. Inscribed on photo back; series six, first 48, 6-cylinder, 48-horsepower, 133-inch wheelbase, close-coupled, fitted with standard top, & Packard storm-tilt windshield, seven-eights front side, top raised.

Item # EB01c418

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1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, left side, no top, with rumble seat

1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, left side, no top, with rumble seatPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 30 Model UE left side, no top, with rumble seat. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 123.5-inch wheelbase, close-coupled.

Item # EB01c482

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1912 Packard 18 Model NE two-toned landaulet, left side, quarter lowered

1912 Packard 18 Model NE two-toned landaulet, left side, quarter loweredPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1912 Packard 18 Model NE three-quarter front view, left side, quarter lowered, two-toned. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 26-horsepower, 112-inch wheelbase, landaulet.

Item # EB01c434

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1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, left side, top raised

1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, left side, top raisedPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 30 Model UE left side. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 123.5-inch wheelbase, close-coupled, fitted with Packard storm-tilt windshield, standard top.

Item # EB01c416

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1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, five-sixth front view, left side, no top, with rumble seat

1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, five-sixth front view, left side, no top, with rumble seatPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 30 Model UE five-sixth front view, left side, no top, with rumble seat. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 123.5-inch wheelbase, close-coupled.

Item # EB01c481

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1912 Packard 6 landaulet, three-quarter rear view, left side, quarter lowered

1912 Packard 6 landaulet, three-quarter rear view, left side, quarter loweredPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 6 three-quarter rear view, left side, quarter lowered. Inscribed on photo back; 6-cylinder, 48-horsepower, 133-inch wheelbase, landaulet, license plate Michigan 1911 #5062M.

Item # EB01c435

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1912 two-toned Packard 18 Model NE close-coupled, three-quarter front view, left side, no top

1912 two-toned Packard 18 Model NE close-coupled, three-quarter front view, left side, no topPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 18 Model NE three-quarter front view, left side, no top, two-toned. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 26-horsepower, 112-inch wheelbase, close-coupled.

Item # EB01c480

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1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, three-quarter rear view, right side, top raised

1912 Packard 30 Model UE close-coupled, three-quarter rear view, right side, top raisedPopular
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8x10 black and white print copied from a glass negative of a 1912 Packard 30 Model UE three-quarter rear view, right side, top raised. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 123.5-inch wheelbase, close-coupled, fitted with Packard storm-tilt windshield, & standard top.

Item # EB01c419

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