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Packard automobiles were first made by two Packard brothers in 1899. Packards continued to be made through 1958, although by then they were manufactured by the Studebaker-Packard Company. From 1903 through 1958, the companies were located in Detroit, MI.
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The Packard Motor Car Company unveiled the first U.
Founded in 1899, Packard had a relatively short history until 1957--it struggled during the 1930s and never recovered--but it produced some of the country's finest cars, and Packard Motor Car Company is the place to view them in all their glory.
Acclaimed architect Albert Kahn designed the original building in 1928 for the Packard Motor Car Company.
Hills served for 17 years at the Packard Motor Car Company as the number two executive-- head of sales under Alvin McCauley.
Through locations such as the once-grand Beaux-Arts train station (Michigan Central Station, which was built in 1913), the original Tiger Stadium (built in 1912), and the old Packard Motor Car Company plant (established in 1903), the viewer sees both Detroit's grand past and very real present, and Eminem finds in Detroit a new metaphor for the lyrical content of the song.
If the successful bidder plans to produce and sell future Packards, we would ultimately like to remain involved in the company," states Roy Gullickson, President of Packard Motor Car Company.