A few weeks ago, we posted photos of the restored 1948 Packard Super Eight Victoria once owned by Yugoslav dictator Josip Tito. Packard Information frequent contributor “Owen Dyneto” was kind enough to send additional photos of this Packard.
“E.E.”, knowing our fondness for Packards, sent these photos of a 1930 Packard Custom Eight 7-40 Sport Phaeton, one of 8 Packards offered at Hershey last weekend:
,,, he was also kind enough to send these images of a Packard at Hershey:
… hee hee … This owner’s other car may be a Packard, but he needs to renew the registration on this one!
See more Hershey photos at Disaffected Musings.
You know you’ve arrived when you drive a Furari:
… and here’s how that hot Furari sounds:
“B-Squared” forwarded this photo of air conditioning being piped in to customers in a Drive-In restaurant in hot, humid Houston, TX in 1957. The car is a 1954 Cadillac – and it is air conditioned. Note the clear plastic tubes in the rear package shelf. The air conditioning unit was in the trunk of the car. Packard was the first to introduce factory air – in 1941 – and Packard was the first to integrate the A/C into the instrument panel with the ’55 models.