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1861 Broadway under construction

1861 Broadway under constructionPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:36
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1941 PACKARD DEALER - WICHITA, KS

1941 PACKARD DEALER - WICHITA, KSPopular
SubmitterJIM REEDMore Photos from JIM REED   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update06/16/2008 18:00
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Photo from the National Automotive History Collection, the Packard Motor Car Collection, Detroit Public Library.

1920s PACKARD DEALER FULLER-COL IN SAN JOSE, CA.-B&W

1920s PACKARD DEALER FULLER-COL IN SAN JOSE, CA.-B&WPopular
SubmitterJIM REEDMore Photos from JIM REED   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update03/22/2009 18:09
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The Fuller-Col Motor Co. was the local Packard dealer located at 361 South First St. in San Jose CA. A few years after this photo was taken in the late 1920's they built a brand new building on Alameda in San Jose.

Packard NY Dealer at 1861 Broadway, NYC

Packard NY Dealer at 1861 Broadway, NYCPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:36
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Zell Packard Dealershp, Balitmore, MD

Zell Packard Dealershp, Balitmore, MDPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:35
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Richmond VA Packard Dealer

Richmond VA Packard DealerPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:33
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Albuquerque, New Mexico Dealer

Albuquerque, New Mexico DealerPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:37
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The Quickel Building (at the SW corner of 6th St. & Central Ave.) and its parking garage (at the NW corner of 6th St. & Gold Ave.) were constructed in the 1920s as a Studebaker dealership (according to this article). In 1954 Studebaker was acquired by the Packard Motor Car Company, whose logo still graces the back of the parking structure.


The Quickel Building was a three-story office building and had some tenants even after Packard left the building. Today there is still some commercial space on the first floor (home to Grisham & Lawless, a caf

Anthony Earl Oakland Dealership

Anthony Earl Oakland DealershipPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:34
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Bernard Maybeck, noted California architect, designed several buildings for Earle C. Anthony. This magnificent showplace on the lake in Oakland was opened ca. 1927. Later it was either sold or leased ca. 1939 and became a Buick dealership. Incredibly it was torn down in the 1960's and the space used for a parking lot.

Albuquerque, New Mexico Dealer

Albuquerque, New Mexico DealerPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update08/14/2007 19:38
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The Quickel Building (at the SW corner of 6th St. & Central Ave.) and its parking garage (at the NW corner of 6th St. & Gold Ave.) were constructed in the 1920s as a Studebaker dealership (according to this article). In 1954 Studebaker was acquired by the Packard Motor Car Company, whose logo still graces the back of the parking structure.


The Quickel Building was a three-story office building and had some tenants even after Packard left the building. Today there is still some commercial space on the first floor (home to Grisham & Lawless, a caf

1927 PACKARD DEALER - EARLE C. ANTHONY SHOWROOM IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

1927 PACKARD DEALER - EARLE C. ANTHONY SHOWROOM IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA.Popular
SubmitterJIM REEDMore Photos from JIM REED   CategoryDealer Photos   Last Update06/16/2008 17:08
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Photo from the National Automotive History Collection, the Packard Motor Car Collection, Detroit Public Library.

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