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Packard on Land, Sea and Air Worldwide

Before the debut of the first Volvo in 1927, Swedish car buyers were entirely dependent on imports. While they often chose European automobiles, a surprising number of American built cars found their way into their garages. Case in point is this big 1928 Packard 443 convertible sedan with a rarely seen custom body by Norrmalms of…

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A Pair of Postwar Packards

Glen S. Cook & Son, Commercial Photographers of Albany, New York were practicing their craft on these big top-of-the-line 23rd Series 1949 Custom Eight sedans, very possibly at the L.R. Mack Agency, in these undated photographs. Mack had been the distributor for Packard automobiles in Albany, N.Y. and the surrounding territory for many years, opening up…

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The new 1916 Packard Twin Six

The new Packard Twin Six was announced by the company as a 1916 model in May of 1915. With it came the change to a new and very smooth high speed engine for the luxury car maker. The twelve-cylinder 60 degree engine, had a 3-inch bore by a 5-inch stroke and displaced 424 c.i., was…

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