Category: Packard


2010 Collector Car Price Guide

Product Description: Buy sell or trade vintage and used automobiles with confidence! The 2010 Collector Car Price Guide gives you over 250,000 values for 146 car and truck makers from 1899 to 2002. It\'s compact, comprehensive and uses the trusted Old Cars Weekly 1-6 vehicle rating scale to provide accurate, up-to-the minute values.

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2011 Collector Car Price Guide

Product Description: The most comprehensive book of its kind, with approximately 270,000 price listings for all models made by 109 car and truck builders between 1899 and 2003. The exclusive 1-to-6 condition grading system gives values for cars in every condition, from junkyard parts car to show winner. Established, comprehensive, easy-to-use price guide that appeals to any car enthusiast, at an attractive price. The …

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Ask the Man Who Owns One: An Illustrated History of Packard Advertising

Product Description: A major force in the American automobile scene through the 1950s, Packard made a mark on American advertising as well. The cars themselves seemed built for promotion--the red hexagon in the hubcap, the yoke grille, and the half-arrow belt-line molding acted as a logo of sorts, setting a new standard in visual continuity and branding. The company's image became so firmly established, in fact, that …

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Classic American Cars

Product Description: Celebrating 60 of America's best-loved automobiles, this full-color car show spotlights the most glamourous cars of the golden era from 1945-1975. The text, by the author of The Ultimate Classic Car, and more than 680 lavish full-color photos reveal the design flourishes that make each car a classic.

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Packard

Product Description: Unlike its contemporary luxury carmakers, which mostly produced one-of-a-kind, limited production automobiles, Packard built high-quality vehicles in volume while still turning a profit. Consequently, it was the only independent luxury car builder to survive the Great Depression. This is the complete story of Packard, from its earliest days in 1899 through its final demise in 1958. Archival b/w …

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Packard (Motorbooks Classic)

Product Description: Foreword by Jay Leno. The author delivers the complete history of this magnificent marque, from Packard's first Model A horseless carriage of 1899, to the company's final days in 1958. Archival black-and-white photographs, stunning new color photos, and a thorough and well-researched text guide you through Packard's stylish lineup.

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Packard Motor Car Company (MA) (Images of America)

Product Description: Founded in 1899, the Packard Motor Car Company grew into one of Americaís finest automobile companies, producing cars that exemplified American quality and innovation. Packards were the cars of presidents, movie stars, and those with an appreciation for high quality. The company is known for producing a variety of automobiles, as well as marine engines for PT boats. The Packard represents the …

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Packard: A History of the Motor Car and the Company (Automobile Quarterly Magnificent Marque Books)

Product Description: A monumental chronicle of the Packard motor car and the men who made its name an emblem and international byword for taste and refinement in automotive design and engineering.

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Packard: The Pride (An Automobile Quarterly Magnificent Marque)

Product Description: Packard: The Pride is an impeccable appreciation of the great Packard Motor Car Company, a celebration reflected in 32 Packard cars, from an 1899 Model A to a 1956 Caribbean. The cars tell the story of the company; stunning color photography and careful research tell the story of each car. Discovering how Packard managed to set styling standards year after year is easy to ascertain after diving …

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Speed and Luxury: The Great Cars

Product Description: Traveling back over 100 years of automotive history, this book brings to dazzling life the dawning age of the automobile—a time when the early promise of personal transportation inspired great feats of design and engineering, resulting in some of the most remarkable vehicles the world would ever know. From Detroit and Indianapolis to Paris and Stuttgart, the story of the automobile’s first …

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The Hemmings Motor News Book of Packards (Hemmings Motor News Collector-Car Books)

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