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A Packard for “The Squire”

Famous golfer Gene Sarazen and his wife with company president Alvan Macauley, Sr. at the Packard offices in Detroit. Big cars and sports stars go together like caviar and crackers, and it’s been that way for a very long time. In his day, Gene Sarazen, a.k.a “The Squire”, was as well known as Tiger Woods is today…

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A Packard Service Car in Hartford, Connecticut

Billed as a “lightweight express Service Car at the local Packard Service Station” in the Hartford Courant newspaper where this photo first appeared, what we have here is very nicely done conversion that most likely first left the Packard works as a roadster, probably in 1924 or later. In those days, it was not unusual for an automobile…

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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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