Our Cars

 

Kept in pristine condition by our docents and museum staff, our Packards will set you back in time.  Each car contains a detailed analysis from its inception into the automotive world, to it's discontinuation.  These are just a handful of our massive collection.

 

(photos courtesy of JD Thrower, Eagle Graphic Services)

Gentlemen's Runabout Speedster

Gentlemen's Runabout Speedster

Kerosene illuminated headlights, Cost $3200 in 1909

1930 Packard Model 740

1930 Packard Model 740

Originally a seven passenger Phaeton; Original Fire Equipment, "Sparton" siren, 4-Speed Transmission

1926 Model 243

1926 Model 243

First year "Duco" lacquer paint was used, comes with spotlight option and Bijur self-lubrication system

1915 Model E 2 1/2 Ton C-Cab

1915 Model E 2 1/2 Ton C-Cab

Delivery Truck; Top Speed was 14 mph, built with solid rubber Firestone tires

1948 - 2201 Station Sedan

1948 - 2201 Station Sedan

Given the nickname "Woodie"; Only about 20 of these are accounted for today; Six Passenger vehicle

1929 Dual Cowl Phaeton

1929 Dual Cowl Phaeton

First year chrome plating, Wire Wheels & Touring trunk with fitted luggage

1934 Model 1100

1934 Model 1100

Peak for "four square" classic body design, had a radio with ignition key lockout, and a high capacity generator

1922 Model 126 Sport Phaeton

1922 Model 126 Sport Phaeton

Original leather interior, Two inches lower than comparable open models of that era

1958 Model "Hawk"

1958 Model "Hawk"

Studebaker Packard Corporation built a line of Studebakers with minor hardware changes and called them the Packard Clipper (1957) and the Packard (1958)

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