The 1926 Third Series was Packard’s six-cylinder line and was offered on two wheelbase lengths – the Model 326 (126-inches) and the Model … Read more “
Responsible for lifting Packard out of the post–World War 1 depression, the ‘Six’ range was current between 1921 and 1928. Engineered to the … Read more “
There were 7,746 examples of the Packard Twin Six sold in 1916, its introductory year, with figures increasing to 8,899 in 1917. This … Read more “
Five Model A Packards were built, with construction on all of them having begun by the end of 1899. All of these cars … Read more “
Longer and lower Fisher bodies with a single, wide belt molding were carried on the 1931 Oakland chassis.
They were similar to Pontiac … Read more “
The 1930 Oakland 101 was the first eight that the company had built since 1917. It was based on a 117-in. wheelbase and … Read more “
Highlighting the second series of Oakland All-American Six models were new body designs with higher hood lines and belt lines, lower rooflines and … Read more “
The all-new Oakland All-American Six had a new 212-cid L-head engine and a longer 117-in. wheelbase.
Seven body styles were offered. The general … Read more “
The Closed-body Oaklands 6-54C had new styling with attractive twin belt moldings, a new headlight design, and a tie-bar linking the lights in … Read more “
Changes and improvements in the Oakland for 1925 included larger cylinder bores, a higher compression ratio, a new Stromberg carburetor, the use of … Read more “