Packards 1905 Model N was a very up to date automobile by a company that at this point in time was quite progressive and building very high quality cars. In 1904 they establish-ed the distinctive Packard radiator shape, that would be their trademark until the end in the fifties. This model was a lightweight but capable automobile, that was very well built and engineered and also quite attractive. It featured a 265 c.i. four cylinder engine that was rated at 28 hp. along with a three-speed transmission that was attached to the front of the rear axle. Photo courtesy of the Seal Cove Auto Museum.