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This is the 170 Oldest Complete Packard Known To Exist

1911 Packard Model 30 Pick up truck
Year: 1911    Model: 30    Body: Pick up truck
Car Details
Owner Info: Kern County Museum
Bakersfield, CA 93301
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Engine: 16688
Dash Plate: 16688
Frame: 16592
Clutch: 16403
Steering: 16673
Bridge Plate: 16484
Coil Box: None
Body: 18421
Selden Plate: Missing
Car Color: Maroon/Blk/Mar
Last Modified: 10/25/16


Previous Owners:
1950-1964 E. A. Bender, Bakersfield, CA
193?-1950 Bishop Oil Co.,Bakersfield, CA
19??-19?? Deeded to City of San Francisco, CA
19??-19?? Fuhram, Bakersfield, CA
19??-19?? Russell Borate Mining Co., Bakersfield, CA (1916)
1911-19?? Original owner unknown (Sold in L.A., CA)
Owner Notes:
Car has the original Phaeton body converted to a truck. Russ Czaplewski is curator of museum. Radiator # 113813 Back of right ear. Body # under Rt Ft door molding. Car has plate "Sold by CALIFORNIA MOTOR CO. Sole Agents Los Angeles, Cal." Also has early "Body by Packard Motor Co." but not Triangular 1911. 1916 registration lists body as a delivery, license plate no. 23937.
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