Earle C. Anthony Packard Building in Oakland, CAthe Packard Motor Car Foundation

The Persian Palace of Packard

When this photo in the PPG Vault collection caught my eye, it…
1933 Packard "Debby"Bruce Blevins

Debby and Lola - Part 6 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

I bought two Packards; Debby on a guess and Lola for parts
Barbara Ann in 1957Bruce Blevins

Barbara Ann - Part 7 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

Barbara Ann is one of those barn find opportunities we all have…

John DeLorean and the Fantastic Ultramatic Drive

In the 1940s General Motors stunned the automotive world…
Bement and Evans on a rail trestle in Canadian RockiesPackard Motor Car Foundation

Riding the Rails in Canada in a Packard

Driving a Packard through the wilds of Western Canada in 1924.
Margaret at HersheyBruce Blevins

Margaret's Story - Part 5 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

My fantasy car, a 1933 Packard Victoria Convertible named "Margaret"
1933 Packard "Rose"Bruce Blevins

Meet Rose - Part 4 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

A rare 1933 Packard Coupe Sedan named "Rose"
black 1933 Packard car

Meet Debbie - Part 3 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

One of my favorite Packards, "Debbie"
young men dancing around a car that they are hoping to restore and dreaming about what it could be when it's completedCopyright © 2020 Novelty Magazines Inc. DBA 101 Network

Do you love the 'Greased Lightning' scene from Grease?

Ultramatic is a Packard term for their version of an automatic transmission.
1952 Packard Frozen in the Tank Building at the PPGPackard Motor Car Foundation

Why Packard Froze Cars In The Old Tank Building

Packard reworked the former Tank Building into an Engineering Test Laboratory