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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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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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