Packards were first built in 1899 in Warren, Ohio before the company moved to Detroit.  Named after its founder James Ward Packard, the firm specialised in constructing high quality vehicles with coachbuilt bodywork and with a very distinctive radiator design.  The 1930’s Depression saw the company produce more affordable cars.  After WW II, Packard acquired Studebaker in 1953 and formed the Studebaker-Packard Corporation.  The final cars to be badged as Packard were built in 1958 in Indiana.  

1912 Packard Landaulet. RAMI model by JMK
1912 Packard. Model by Minialuxe
1912 Packard Landaulet. Model by Matchbox
1919 Packard - driven by Ralph de Palma to an unofficial Land Speed Record of 149mph. Model by Model Assemblies
1929 Packard 640 Custom Eight Roadster. Model by NEO
1930 Packard 733 Straight 8 Sport Phaeton. Model by NEO
1931 Packard Twelve Model 1108 Le Baron Sport Phaeton. Model by GLM
1932 Packard Light 8 Coupe. Model by Brooklin
1934 Packard V-12 Le Baron. Model by Altaya
1937 Packard 2-door. Models by Solido
1937 Packard 4-door. Model by Solido
1938 Packard Victoria Convertible. Model by Altaya
1938 Packard 1601 Eight Graber Cabriolet. Model by GLM
1940 Packard Super 8 Sport Sedan. Model by Matrix
1940 Packard Super 8. Model by RexToys
1940 Packard Super 8 Berline. Model by Rex Toys
1941 Packard Clipper. Model by Brooklin
1941 Packard 110 De Luxe Wagon. Model by NEO
1948 Packard Station Sedan. Model by Brooklin
1949 Packard Super Deluxe Club Sedan. Model by NEO
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible. Model by Franklin Mint
1954 Packard Pacific Hardtop Coupe. Model by NEO
1956 Packard Caribbean. Model by Collector's Classics
1957 Packard Clipper Town Sedan. Model by Brooklin