Introduced in December 1912 for the 1913 model year, the Model 38 was the first Packard to employ a self-starting engine and the first to be equipped with left-hand drive. The Model 38 was available in eleven different body … Read more “
The end of the 4 cylinder model 30.
The Packard Model 30 (UE) Runabout (1912) had a water-cooled four-cylinder T-head engine that delivered 30 hp (NACC) at 650 rpm, displacing 431.9 cubic inches (7078 cubic centimeters) with an inside diameter … Read more “
The Packard Model 30 (UD) Touring (1911) had a water-cooled, four-cylinder, T-head engine delivering 30 hp (NACC) at 650 rpm. displacing 431.9 cubic inches (7078 cubic centimeters) with a bore 5 in (127 mm) and a stroke of 5.5 … Read more “
Packard Model 30 (UCS) Runabout (1910) 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower – 431.9 cu in, 108-inch wheelbase, special 2-person fully-collapsible cabriolet,
Changes for the Model 30 UC included replacement of the expanding ring clutch (which had been fitted for a half decade) with … Read more “
It was referred to as the “Gentlemens car built by gentlemen.” The Packard Model 18 Runabout of 1909 preceded both the Stutz and the Mercer as one of Americas earliest sporting motorcars. The Model 18 and the Model 30 … Read more “
For 1907, Packard launched its Model 30 (sometimes referred to as Model U), one of its final 4-cylinder vehicles. In designing the new Thirty, Packard refined many components of its previous Model S. Flat tops now replaced the domes … Read more “
In 1905 Packard introduced its Model N. This 4-cylinder engine could achieve 28 hp, six more than the previous year’s model L, and featured the distinctive radiator shape that became a Packard trademark for decades. This year, Packard expanded … Read more “
The “Packard Model Tonneau” (1904) (a.k.a. “touring”) with 22 HP 4 cylinder engine of 242 c.i. capacity. It was the first Packard which got the famous “ox yoke” radiator outline. Gear box and differential were combined on the rear … Read more “
The Packard Hawk – 58L-K9 (1958) comes with a 275 bhp 4737 cm3 V-8 engine; RWD (rear-wheel drive) 3-speed Flite-O-Matic automatic transmission, equipped with power steering and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes.
The Packard Hawk appeared in 1958 as a last-gasp … Read more “
The Packard Clipper Country Sedan – 57L-P8 (1957) comes with a 275 bhp 4737 cm3 V-8 engine; RWD (rear-wheel drive) 3-speed Flite-O-Matic automatic transmission, equipped with power steering and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes.
Only 869 units of this model were … Read more “