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1951 Packard 300 sedan, parked on grass, man putting golf clubs into trunk

1951 Packard 300 sedan, parked on grass, man putting golf clubs into trunkPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   Category1951   Last Update01/23/2010 15:57
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard left side view, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, parked on grass, trunk open, man putting golf clubs into trunk. Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard 300, 4-door sedan.

Item # EB01e424

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

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1951 Packard 300, parked on grass, female standing at left side of trunk

1951 Packard 300, parked on grass, female standing at left side of trunkPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   Category1951   Last Update01/23/2010 15:57
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard three-quarter rear view, parked on grass, female standing at left side of trunk. Inscribed on photo back; Packard News Service: the smartly styled window of the 1951 Packard 300 gives 150 percent more vision than previous comparable models, and affords 'Horizon view' visibility, the trunk, which has a capacity of more than 30 cubic feet, opens with a slight turn of a key and is counter-balanced for easy opening and closing, cargo space allows enough luggage for a family of four to take an extended cross country trip, flared rear fenders, spotlighted by chrome rims, give a continental appearance to the rear section, new massive rear bumpers afford greater safety, functional high styling, smart fashion form interiors and a new line up of Packard thunderbolt power highlight the 1951 Packard line.

Item # EB01e407

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

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1951 Packard 300, three-quarter front left view, parked on grass

1951 Packard 300, three-quarter front left view, parked on grassPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   Category1951   Last Update01/23/2010 15:57
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard three-quarter front left view, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, 4-door, parked on grass. Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard 300, twenty-fourth series, model 2402, 8-cylinder, 150-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 6-person touring sedan (body type #2472).

Item # EB01e418

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

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1951 Packard 300, three-quarter front view, on country dirt road

1951 Packard 300, three-quarter front view, on country dirt roadPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   Category1951   Last Update01/23/2010 15:57
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard three-quarter front view, dual white sidewall tires, pelican emblem, 4-door, coming down country dirt road. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service: A new line of power, featuring the highest compression ratio of full size engines in the industry, is one of the features of the 1951 Packard cars tested by 150,000 miles of rugged driving at the Packard Proving Grounds, power curves show the 1951 Packard 300 (above) rating 150-horsepower at 7.0-to-1 compression ratio, with ultramatic drive, it offers 155-horsepower at 7.8-to-1, the new Packard 200 turns 135-horsepower with 7-to-1 compression ratio and with ultramatic drive has 138-horsepower with 7.5-to-1 ratio, Packard's luxurious Patrician 400 with ultramatic drive as standard equipment has a 7.8-to-1 compression ratio, (highest in the industry for full size passenger car power plants) and 155-horsepower.

Item # EB01e419

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

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1951 Packard 400 Patrician, couple standing at driver's door

1951 Packard 400 Patrician, couple standing at driver's doorPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard seven-eights right side view, couple standing at driver's door. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service: Style leader of the new 1951 Packard line is the Patrician 400 - a car to pioneer a whole new era of fine car development, sleek lines of the daring new functional body design combine with smartly tailored fashion form interiors to highlight this model, which is powered by a new Packard Thunderbolt engine, ultramatic drive is standard equipment, the new engine has a 7.8-to-1 compression ratio - the highest in the industry for full size passenger car engines - and rates at 155-horsepower, rear seat passengers sit even further ahead of the rear axle to give an improved limousine ride, lowered hood line enhances the 'Guide-Line' fenders, wrap-around, 3-piece rear window, together with a new curved 1-piece windshield, afford 'Horizon View' visibility.

Item # EB01e409

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

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1951 Packard 400 Patrician, rear aerial view, female standing at trunk with luggage

1951 Packard 400 Patrician, rear aerial view, female standing at trunk with luggagePopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard rear aerial view, trunk open, female standing at trunk with luggage. Photo caption on back from Packard News Service: 'All this luggage and more, too' will fit into the spacious trunk of the new 1951 Packard models, the trunk, which has a content of more than 30 cubic feet, will hold enough luggage for a family of four to take an extended cross-country tip, the spare tire mounting has been redesigned to fit into the side of the cargo space for convenient servicing and handling, the trunk lid of each Packard model is counter balanced for finger tip opening and closing, a simple 'turn-key' motion unlocks and opens the lid, the new functional high styling with 'Guide-line' fenders, 'Horizon-view' visibility and smart, flared rear fenders highlight the 1951 Packard partition '400' shown above.

Item # EB01e402

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1951 Packard 400 Patrician, three-quarter left side view, female leaning on front of car

1951 Packard 400 Patrician, three-quarter left side view, female leaning on front of carPopular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   Category1951   Last Update01/23/2010 15:57
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard three-quarter left side view, pelican emblem, dual white sidewall tires, parked on grass, female leaning on front of car. Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard Patrician 400, twenty-fourth series, model 2406, 8-cylinder, 155-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 6-person touring sedan (body type #2452).

Item # EB01e410

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

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1951 Packard convertible, nine-tenths left side view, top folded

1951 Packard convertible, nine-tenths left side view, top foldedPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard nine-tenths left side view, top folded, dual white sidewall tires, 2-door. Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard 250, convertible.

Item # EB01e405

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1951 Packard convertible, top folded, female leaning right passenger side of car

1951 Packard convertible, top folded, female leaning right passenger side of carPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard seven-eights left side view, top folded, female leaning right passenger side of car . Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard, along with the new 1951 Packard 'Mayfair' the sports hard-top unveiled by the company today, the fine car builder's soft-top convertible mad its debut, like the 'Mayfair,' the Packard convertible features brilliant interior color schemes and such exterior styling notes as a vertically barred grille, four jet louvers, along the flared rear fenders, and massive front and rear bumper guards, wheelbase is 122-iches, the convertible as is the 'Mayfair,' powered by the 150-horsepower Packard Thunderbolt engine which increases to 155-horsepower with ultramatic at 7.8-to-1 compression ration, highest in the industry for full size engines.

Item # EB01e399

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1951 Packard Mayfair, nine-tenths right rear view

1951 Packard Mayfair, nine-tenths right rear viewPopular
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8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1951 Packard nine-tenths right rear view, dual white sidewall tires. 2-door. Inscribed on photo back; 1951 Packard '250,' Mayfair coupe.

Item # EB01e400

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

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