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More Packards at Hershey
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These cars were in the show on Friday or were in the car corral or flea market area.

1905 Model N Runabout owned by John F. Jones of Connecticut. I am from CT and have seen this car at area shows in the past. It is a wonderful car and is one of the finest brass era Packards in existence.

1912 Model 30 Touring. Owner: David L. Peeler

1912 Model 1-48 Touring. Owner: Gary H. Dwight

1934_1106 Sport Coupe. From the Bob Bahre collection. Bob's widow, Sandra, was exhibiting the car and had a photo of Bob positioned in front. I'm thankful that she was able to bring it Hershey this year as a tribute to her late husband.

1934 1101 Phaeton. An unbelievable original car with original paint and interior. Way too nice to restore.

1936 1401 Convertible Coupe: Was for sale in the car corral at $169K. Beautifully restored car, but not sure I like the color. Much prefer the cream yellow on open Packards of this era.

1938 Twelve Convertible Sedan: Hyman's had this one for sale in their tent at $168K.

1957 Clipper Town Sedan: Owner: Hal Hermann. Had to get at least 1 postwar model in here!

1935 Super 8 Convertible Sedan: Owner: Allan J. Kehrley

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Re: More Packards at Hershey
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Wish I had seen those Brass Era ones when I was there. I did spend a good amount of time looking over the 1914 48 in the Packard Museum tent in "Packard row" of the flea market.

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Posted on: 10/10 18:39
'55 400. Needs aesthetic parts put back on, and electrical system sorted.
'55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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I did take a few pics of the 1914 Model 48 owned by the Packard Museum. I will post them later. It is quite a car. Hard to believe just how big it is. I think it was the biggest Packard ever produced.

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Yes, very beautiful and also very large considering it seats only 3-4.

I also filmed this video




Posted on: 10/10 19:43
'55 400. Needs aesthetic parts put back on, and electrical system sorted.
'55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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Great video of the 1914 448 owned by the Packard Museum. Much better than my still photos. Here is another one I want to share. It is a 1931 845 with a custom convertible coupe body by LeBaron that was one of the lots in the Sotheby auction. This unique Packard features a disappearing top and a large trunk area instead of the usual rumble seat. According to the auction catalog, the convertible top design was copied by Packard for the 1932-1934 coupe roadsters. The car sold for $165,000, including commission.

Here is a link to the catalog listing for this car with much better photos than the one I took. You can also use the link to navigate through the catalog to see the other vehicles included in this year's Hershey auction.

https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/hf22/hershey/lots/r0003-1931-packard-deluxe-eight-convertible-coupe-by-lebaron/1245914

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Posted on: 10/11 11:15
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