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443 Roadster

443 RoadsterPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1928   Last Update12/18/2008 19:28
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A lovely 443 roadster, photo about 1968 by R. Jamieson, as published in the short-lived Vintage Vehicles edited and published by Art Abrom. Owner at the time was Larry Eardley of Nyack, New York.

1934 Eight 1100 at Barcelona

1934 Eight 1100 at BarcelonaPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1934   Last Update12/15/2008 10:12
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Posting this picture for Jim Pearsall. Photographer not know but picture labeled as Retro Barcelona (Spain) December 1908. The car is a 1934 Eight, model 1100; looks quite nice except for incorrect sidemount cover and missing crank hole cover.

Jim asks if anyone has any details of the car and/or it's owner. If so, please post here or send me a PM.

Dominant Six Imperial Limousine

Dominant Six Imperial LimousinePopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryUn-filed and Unidentified Packard Photos   Last Update12/11/2008 12:51
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Not the greatest picture quality, a print from a very old slide taken by this writer at Hershey about 1964 - 1968 perhaps. I believe this is either a 4th or 5th series 48 Imperial Limousine, body type #69. As I remember this car was being used as an ambulance for a private church-supported hospital in southern New Jersey at the time it was "discovered" and bought for restoration. Takes a tall garage to house this lovely example of early Packard elegance.

Mrs. J. W. Packard's 443 Limo

Mrs. J. W. Packard's 443 LimoPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1928   Last Update12/10/2008 22:13
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This picture and the following information on this photo provided by notable Packard historian Jim Pearsall:

"Subsequent to Mrs. Packardís ownership the car later was owned by a funeral parlor in Warren, and I suspect thatís the original source of the photo. It was published many years ago in an article in ďCars and Parts,Ē although I donít recall who wrote the article, possibly Hugo Pfau."

1939 1705 Franay rear view

1939 1705 Franay rear viewPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1939   Last Update12/09/2008 15:49
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See front view for information about this car. From 1937 on Franay was located at Rue du Carporal Peugeot, Paris.

1939 1705 (Super 8) by Franay

1939 1705 (Super 8) by FranayPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1939   Last Update12/07/2008 22:46
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Franay of France did a number of bodies on Packard chassis in the late 30s, several of them are pictured in Hugo Pfau's nice book. This lovely one-off had an interesting history, ordered originally by a French aristocrat and taken over by the Nazis after the fall of France, and used by the Military Governor of Paris as a staff car. When the Germans fled, the car was picked up, repainted in US olive drab, and used by the US armed forces. It suffered a serious accident and was bought and returned to the States in 1953 by a US military man and underwent a restoration about 20(?) years later. It was exhibited at Pebble Beach this year and pictured in the current (December 08) issue of Car Collector magazine. Current owner is in New Jersey. Photo by my friend Jeff Guss on 12/7/08 at the CCCA Metro Region Christmas Party.

41 swb 160 Rollson Panel Brougham

41 swb 160 Rollson Panel BroughamPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1941   Last Update12/02/2008 11:21
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Here's a fairly interesting car, photographed by this writer at the 2004 CCCA Grand Classic in Mt. Olive, NJ. It's a one-off panel brougham on a short wheelbase by Rollson which is unusual enough, but the fact that it was based on the less expensive 160 rather than the more luxurious 180 is interesting. In discussing this over the years with the owner (Kevin Gaffney of NJ, now deceased) we came to the conclusion that since a bare chassis wasn't offered and the entire body and all the interior rear of the windshield was to be scrapped, it made no sense to purchase the 180 just to throw all the additional value in the scrap bin.

1932 Twin Six by Dietrich

1932 Twin Six by DietrichPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1932   Last Update11/30/2008 8:48
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1932 Twin Six convertible victoria by Dietrich (chassis 906, 147 inch wb, body style #2072) photographed by this writer at a regional VMCCA meet in Allendale, NJ about 1966-68. I don't recall the owner but the car carried CT license plates. The dual rear-mounted spares was a very uncommon feature.

Packard Twelve with early Pierce Arrow body

Packard Twelve with early Pierce Arrow bodyPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1937   Last Update11/29/2008 15:45
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This 1937 Packard Twelve chassis was fitted with the coachwork from an older (believe about 1917) Pierce Arrow. Photo taken at the Petit Jean Mountain Museum in 1970 by the author.

22nd Series Custom 8 limousine by Henney

22nd Series Custom 8 limousine by HenneyPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1948-49 (22nd Series)   Last Update11/29/2008 15:44
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Extremely rare postwar car. Photo taken at the PAC National in Providence RI by the author.

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