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1940 Packard family sedan, three-quarter left side view

1940 Packard family sedan, three-quarter left side viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard three-quarter left side view. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one twenty, eighteenth series, model 1801, 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 2-door, 5-person family sedan (body type #1394), mid-season 18th series production, note mid-season features; rounded bumper ends, 'Packard 110' on hub caps, '110' in hood louver medallion.

Item # EB01e177

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1940 convertible Packard with Wendell Wilkie

1940 convertible Packard with Wendell WilkiePopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard front view. top folded, policemen and crowd surrounding car, man standing in tonneau shaking hands with people. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one sixty, super eight, eighteenth series, model 1803, 8-cylinder, 160-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, convertible, Packard approved accessories; pelican emblem, radio, optional equipment; white sidewall tires, Wendell Wilkie, 1940 Iowa license plate #77-38765.

Item # EB01e182

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1940 Packard touring sedan parked on grass with two women

1940 Packard touring sedan parked on grass with two womenPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard three-quarter front view, parked on grass, two ladies standing near front driver's side. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one twenty, eighteenth series, model 1801, 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 4-door, 5-person touring sedan (body type #1392), fitted with; Packard deluxe emblem, Earle C. Anthony, Inc. License plate frame, early 18th series production, note  early production features; tapered bumper ends, hub caps, louver panel medallion with 'Packard 120,' 1939 California license plate E 9Y-34-80, series of publicity shots made for Earle C. Anthony Inc., Los Angeles, Calif.

Item # EB01e183

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1940 Packard station wagon, seven-eights right side view

1940 Packard station wagon, seven-eights right side viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard seven-eights right side view. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one ten, eighteenth series, model 1800, 6-cylinder, 100-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, 8-person station wagon (body type #1383), built by Hercules Body Co. Evansville, Ind., early 18th series production retouched to suggest some mid-season changes, note traditional style '120' hub caps, rounded bumper ends, 9-vent louver panel' medallion unaltered (remains early production style), 1939 Michigan license plate #V-26-17.

Item # EB01e184

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1940 Packard business coupe, parked on street in front of house, female behind wheel

1940 Packard business coupe, parked on street in front of house, female behind wheelPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard nine-tenths left side view, parked on street in front of Spanish-style house, female behind wheel, female standing at driver's door. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one ten, eighteenth series, model 1800, 6-cylinder, 100-horsepower, 122-inch wheelbase, 2-person business coupe (body type #1388), note A) early 18th series production features, hub caps, tapered bumper ends, 'Packard' on hood side louver medallion, B) accessories; Earle C. Anthony, Inc. exclusive design for license plate frame (1939 California license plate #253954), setting  California Earle C. Anthony, Inc., caused the professional photograph to be made for advertising & promotional uses.

Item # EB01e185

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1940 Packard touring sedan, driver's side, parked on street, covered in mud

1940 Packard touring sedan, driver's side, parked on street, covered in mudPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard three-quarter left front view, parked on street, covered in mud. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one twenty, eighteenth series, model 1801, (produced 8/8/39-9/15/40), 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 4-door, 5-person touring sedan (body type #1392), early 18th series production, note  early production features; tapered bumper ends, hub caps, louver panel medallion, B) Packard approved accessories; (radiator) grille guard, radio, chrome wheel discs & chrome wheel trim rings, C) optional equipment; white sidewall tires, D) 1940 Michigan license plate #AK-71-16, following a crash.

Item # EB01e186

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1940 Packard touring sedan, passenger's side, parked on street, covered in mud

1940 Packard touring sedan, passenger's side, parked on street, covered in mudPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard seven-eights right rear view, parked on street, covered in mud. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one twenty, eighteenth series, model 1801, (produced 8/8/39-9/15/40), 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 4-door, 5-person touring sedan (body type #1392), early 18th series production, note  early production features; tapered bumper ends, hub caps, louver panel medallion, B) Packard approved accessories; (radiator) grille guard, radio, chrome wheel discs & chrome wheel trim rings, C) optional equipment; white sidewall tires, D) 1940 Michigan license plate #AK-71-16, following a crash.

Item # EB01e187

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1940 Packard all weather town car, nine-tenths left side view

1940 Packard all weather town car, nine-tenths left side viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard nine-tenths left side view. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one eighty, custom super eight, eighteenth series, model 1808, 8-cylinder, 160-horsepower, 148-inch wheelbase, 7-person all weather town car (body type #695), by Rollston, early 18th series production catalogue rendering, note  early production features; chrome wheel discs, side mount covers  plain side panels.

Item # EB01e188

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1940 Packard club sedan, seven-eights left side view

1940 Packard club sedan, seven-eights left side viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1940 Packard seven-eights left side view. Inscribed on photo back; Packard one twenty, eighteenth series, model 1801, 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 5-person club sedan (body type #1396), early 18th series production, note early type tapered bumper ends, early type hub caps, early type 'Packard 120' in circles at forward ends of hood side louver panels.

Item # EB01e180

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Santa on board 1940 Darrin!

Santa on board 1940 Darrin!Popular
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