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Macauley's Phantom II

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1951   Last Update11/24/2008 12:18
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Picture taken by me of Macauley's Phantom II taken at PAC's National Meet in 1985 at Providence, RI. The car was built from a 1951 club coupe.

Ex-Barbara Hutton (?)

Ex-Barbara Hutton (?)Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1935   Last Update11/24/2008 8:17
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1935 Twelve chassis with older coachwork mounted.

Recently Awakened

Recently AwakenedPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1934   Last Update11/07/2008 8:42
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1934 Super Eight 1103-753 recently located in CA and now in the hands of a new owner bent on returning it to the road. Thanks to that emminent prewar Packard authority Jim Pearsall for the photo.

Detroit FD Rescue Squad No. 1

Detroit FD Rescue Squad No. 1Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1921   Last Update10/31/2008 11:25
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One of our regulars had commented in the past about his interest in Packard fire equipment. I just couldn't pass up this photo from the MSU collection. It's identified as a 1920-22 (Series 3-35) Twin Six with special extended chassis made for the Detroit FD Rescue Squad No. 1 stationed at Antoine and East Larned Street.

1902 Model G

1902 Model GPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1902   Last Update10/08/2008 9:15
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One of the rarest of early Packards is the 1902 Model G with a 2 cylinder opposed engine of 24 hp. Only 4 are believe to have been built and one remains in a private collection. The one pictured was purchased by J.D. Rockefeller's younger brother William.

Photo from the Terry Martin Collection and recently distributed by the Eastern Packard Club.

1901 Model C engine details

1901 Model C engine detailsPopular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1901   Last Update10/04/2008 12:03
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Here's a pair of photos detailing some of the engine details of John Hovey's 1901 Model C, taken while the car was on display at the CWJ Museum in Bernardsville, New Jersey a few years ago.

7=34 Speedster Style 447

7=34 Speedster Style 447Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1930   Last Update09/29/2008 7:51
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The 7th Series Speedster series coupe-victoria (style 447) and sedan (style 443) are the least-common styles in the series. This Speedster coupe victoria was photographed at the Centennial in Warren in 1999. Rear-mounted spare was to improve performance by saving weight.

734-452 Speedster (Kanter Bros)

734-452 Speedster (Kanter Bros)Popular
SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   Category1930   Last Update09/22/2008 10:34
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Fred Kanter (in matching pants/shirt) with the Kanter Bros. 734 Speedster, body type #452 (roadster but not the boattail roadster). For those not to familiar with the 7th series Speedster series, they came in 5 body styles, the regular and boattail speedsters, phaeton, sedan, and coupe victoria (a/k/a 2 dr sedan). The Speedsters used the larger engine with special carburetion and manifolding and a special 3.31 rear axle in the smaller series frame with lightweight bodies - muscle cars of the day.

Swiss Packard Meet

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryMisc Packard Photos   Last Update09/18/2008 16:35
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Manny, Moe & Jack on PAC Tour

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SubmitterOwen_DynetoMore Photos from Owen_Dyneto   CategoryMisc Packard Photos   Last Update08/26/2008 16:27
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