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1934 Packard eight engine illustration

1934 Packard eight engine illustrationPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryPackard Engines   Last Update03/05/2009 16:29
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scanned from reprint of brouchure

Don Weiland painting of 1932 Packard 905 twin-six sedan

Don Weiland painting of 1932 Packard 905 twin-six sedanPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryMisc Packard Photos   Last Update03/03/2009 17:07
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This picture was painted by my good friend Don Weiland after I showed him my portfolio of original Packard pictures. This Image is copyright 2007 by Don Weiland and may not be reproduced without permission

1932 Twelve engine-factory picture

1932 Twelve engine-factory picturePopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryPackard Engines   Last Update03/03/2009 17:06
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Packard war worker

Packard war workerPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update03/01/2009 14:48
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A lovely young lady working on Rolls-Royce Merlin aircraft engine parts

fatal accident with 1956 Clipper

fatal accident with 1956 ClipperPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    Category1956   Last Update09/26/2008 13:01
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This took place in Wayne, NJ in 1960

Teague and the CCCA award, modified

Teague and the CCCA award, modifiedPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)   Last Update06/12/2008 17:51
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Packard Phantom II

Packard Phantom IIPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryShow and Concept Cars   Last Update08/25/2007 17:27
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1952 Packard Phantom II. If there was only one of these made then this has been modified. Otherwise Packard built more than one. Apparently owned at the time (1957) by James Melton

It was taken at a VMCCA event in MA in 1957.

Used under license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/

Original Photo Here: http://flickr.com/photos/jonsphotos/176784158/

Briggs mfg. Conner plant

Briggs mfg. Conner plantPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryPackard Factory Exterior   Last Update07/23/2007 9:53
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This is a new (to us) shot of the Briggs manufacturing plant, which was built to manufacture aircraft parts for WWII. Briggs later moved Packard auto body production there, and (as you probably know) Packard moved final assembly there for the 1955-'56 model years.

This photo is from the Wayne State Universtity's Virtual Motor City collection.

Bob's p-b unit, #6 new fingers

Bob's p-b unit, #6 new fingersPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)   Last Update04/09/2007 22:19
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newly manufactured, tinned and ready to install in bridge assy.

Bob's p-b unit, #5, the contact bridge, as found

Bob's p-b unit, #5, the contact bridge, as foundPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryUser Photos (People)   Last Update04/09/2007 22:18
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note the distempered fingers on bridge

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