The Most Comprehensive Free Online Reference for Packard Owners
Become a member of Packard Motor Car Information, right now! (it's free)


remember me

Lost Password?

Register now!
Main Menu
Recent Forum Topics
Who's Online
41 user(s) are online (31 user(s) are browsing Packard Forums)

Members: 1
Guests: 40

Trevor K., more...

Progress at the PPG
Home away from home
2007/12/11 17:31
From Detroit, MI
Posts: 973
Notice anything missing from this picture?

Yes, that's right the North Gates and the archway are gone!

The good news is that they are being restored and will be returned soon. After hanging in place for 91 years they have gone out of alignment and suffered some significant corrosion. We're hoping they'll be back in time for the Annual Fall Open House on Sunday, October 20th.

Thanks to Mike Stevens and crew of Paint Star for getting this temporary fencing painted quickly for us, and Wendy of St. Clair Greenhouse & Florist for delivering some beautiful plants and flowers to help decorate the area.

The Packard Motor Car Foundation was awarded a grant from the Americana Foundation for this project. We'll be fundraising for the South gates very soon.

If you want to stay in touch with the PPG and receive a FREE, monthly e-newsletter, then contact Mary Anne and she will put you on the mailing list.

Attach file:

jpeg  North Main Gates.jpeg (442.55 KB)
436_5d794d5c8a337.jpeg 1200X900 px

Posted on: 2019/9/11 12:45

1941 Model 160 Convertible Sedan
1941 Model 120 Business Coupe

My biggest fear is that when I die, my wife will sell all my "toys" at the price I told her I paid for them.
Ain't no such thing as a lonely widow that inherited a barn full of old cars
Transfer the post to other applications Transfer

[Advanced Search]

Recent Photos
no title (2020/2/10)
no title
McNeer Nash Company (2020/1/12)
McNeer Nash Company
McNeer Nash Company (2020/1/12)
McNeer Nash Company
McNeer Nash Company (2020/1/12)
McNeer Nash Company
Reid-Ward Motor Company (2020/1/9)
Reid-Ward Motor Company
Random Photo
1918-1919 Packard two-toned limousine, left side view
Helping Out
PackardInfo is supported and funded by user donations. If you would to help out by either donating content, or funds to help with the upkeep and hosting of this site please EMAIL ME or click on the donate button.