Discover the passion of Packard. From the 1899 Model A to the 1956 Caribbean these magnificently presented cars tell the story of the company. Lavish color photography and rare documentary offerings have made this a classic favorite with serious collectors.W The company it spawned kept it, at first for reference, then for publicity, and then like something inherited from a distant relative, something wondrous but practically useless. In 1930, the ... The body was ordered from a Warren carriage- builder, in wood with leather mudguards, dashboard, and upholstery. To start the car on November 6, 1899, James Packard or some husky apprentice had to crank theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Julie M. Fenster, Roy D. Query, Michael Pardo|
|Publisher||:||Automobile Heritage Publishing & Co - 2005-08-21|