The 1937-1939 Packard Super Eight was more streamlined than previous models while retaining the "Packard look." This excellent driving machine had strong club and parts support. Learn more about this classic car.
When Cadillac introduced its V-16 for 1930 and V-12 in 1931, Packard had no choice but to offer a new multi-cylinder engine. Packard came up with one of its most elegant efforts. Learn more about the 1934 Packard Twelve Sport Phaeton by LeBaron. See more »
The 1936 Packard One Twenty was affordable, so those who had always dreamed of owning a Packard now could. Because of declining sales of luxury cars during the Depression, Packard designed this affordable mass-produced car. See more »
Packard once boasted that more than 1,000 families had driven Packards for 21 years or more. If you "asked the man who owned one," you too would have chosen a Packard Twelve. Read more about the 1937 Packard 1507 Dietrich Convertible Victoria. See more »