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This is the 21 Oldest Complete Packard Known To Exist

1903 Packard Model F Runabout
Year: 1903    Model: F    Body: Runabout
Car Details
Owner Info: National Packard Museum
Warren, OH 44483
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Engine: 387
Body: *387
Selden Plate: Not req.
Car Color: Red/Red/Red
Last Modified: 06/19/10

Previous Owners:
1984-2002 Delphi Packard Electric, Warren, OH (complete car)
1982-1984 Terry Martin, Warren, OH (Complete car)
1968-1982 Howard Henry, North East, MD(Engine only)
1966-1968 Oakley Sumpter, Perryville, MD (Engine only)
1965-1966 Clarence McGee, Bear, DE(Engine only)
1957-1965 Sam Alpertti, Convent Station, NJ(Engine only)
1940-1957 Widow of test engineer for Standard Oil, Summit, NJ
192?-1940 Standard Oil Co., ?, VA
1903-19?? Original owner unknown
Owner Notes:
This motor was used by Standard Oil in the developement of Ethyl Gasoline. The motor was built into a replica of "Old Pacific", by Terry Martin and he drove the car across the country as a reenactment of "Tom Fetchs'1903 crossing". Information (Hershey '91) Sam Alpertti purchased motor for $125 in 1957.
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