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* Updated* A mystery custom-bodied Packard

*Update* Thanks to Packard expert Jim Pearsall who is familiar with our mystery car we now now for sure that it indeed turn outs to be a Packard. Pearsall sent the following information; The driver is Douglas Longyear of Hollywood or Beverly Hills, CA., It is a Murphy body, Murphy was fond of using the Hisso…

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A New Packard Dealership in Oklahoma City

This brand new Packard dealership building was located at Seventh Street and North Robinson in Oklahoma City, OK. The two photos were taken in the parts and service area and appear to be staged press photos just before a grand opening. The photo (above) shows a chassis dynamometer in the foreground appears to be a…

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The 1914 Packard Six Models

As was typical at Packard, 1914 was a year of perfecting existing models and was the second year of the smaller Packard six-cylinder model, the 2-38. The biggest change in the L-head six was the move from three cylinder block castings in pairs to two sets of three cylinders. One other notable change was to…

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The Pretty Packard Women

This 1930 dual cowl Packard phaeton is covered with ten women who appear to be in some type of costume, possibly for a show. We do not know what the occasion was, but they appear to be parked out in front of what may be the Oklahoma state capital. If any of our readers can tell…

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The 1913 Packards and the New Model 38 Six

The Packard Model 48 Six for 1913 as usual, had the typical Packard upgrades without any big changes. The most notable being the addition of a generator to keep the battery charged with the use of the new electric headlamps, but for some reason a starter was not fitted, when most of the other luxury…

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