So as you may know I am going to sell my GTO and buy a 1940 Packard One Ten Touring Sedan Jr. (I believe the Jr. refers to it being smaller than the one twenty, I know it is weird).
*UPDATE and repost for morning crowd*
Is this guy seriously commuting in a 1950 Packard during rush hour? American hero.
$2500. It’s not the most beautiful Packard ever made, but it’s pretty damn cool and looks to be in amazing shape. I need to move into a place with a garage.
Remember your goals Oppo. It is one of the best forms of motivation you have.
This Twin Six looks rather dashing, wouldn't you agree?
It’s no Easter Bunny but this 47 Oackaed Clipper is exactly the kind of car that should get you in the spirit of Easter.
Packard! Packard! Packard! Packard!
What is the best way to get an insurance quote on the internet without having to put down a ton of personal information Oppo? I would like to see projected insurance costs on a couple different cars.
This ‘27 Packard was the first hydrogen powered car in Finland. It was converted sometime in the late 20’s or early 30’s by gas company Woikoski.
I don’t think I have ever seen one with a solid wood dash before. If I am right and that is a rare option this is a steal for 10k in my humble opinion.
I love Monetary Car Week
Why would you not want a running 1930’s luxury car for under 35K? I would say nice price all day long.
Despite how eventful this year has been, some of the photos I’ve taken have not progressed to being sorted and edited until very recently. One of these events, which I attended back in January, was a local car show called the 2015 Series Open Car & Truck Show at “The Shops at Wiregrass,” a small outdoor mall in the…
Please excuse my drool Oppo but I am literally drooling over this Packard right now. Straight 8 and asking $4900. That is nice price all day.
We need more duel cowl pheatons
Lincoln, being what a Lincoln should be 20 feet long with headlights the size of a basket ball.
As we all know Packard went out of business in the 1950’s after a shaky merge with Studebacker. In hindsight Packard likely would have been better off finically if it did not merge with dying Studebacker.
Have a Packard Twin Six Roadster