1912 Packard

"Model 30 7-Passenger-Touring"


Drivetrain: Front engine, rear wheel drive

Engine: Inline 4-cylinder

Displacement: 432 cu in

Horsepower: 300hp

Max RPM: 800rpm

Transmission: 3-speed manual

A Little History

In 1907 Packard introduced their Model 30, which would remain in production until around 1912. Very few model 30s are known to exist and this is believed to be the only remaining example with seven-passenger coachwork.

Its second owner was Phil Hill who, while still racing sports cars all over the world, indulged his passion for car restoration. He and Bob Mosier restored this car between 1969 and 1972. Phil showed it for the first time at Pebble Beach in 1976, where it won its class – it won its class again at Pebble beach in 1999.

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1936 Auburn 852 SC Boattail Speedster
1930 Cord L29
1930 Pierce-Arrow Model A Convertible
1927 Mercedes Benz 630K Drophead Coupe Sport Tourning
1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I
1937 Bentley 4-Litre Open Two-Seat Tourer
1932 Rolls Royce Phantom – Hellner Salamanca
1930 Packard Custom Eight Sport Phaeton
1935 Lincoln Model K Non-Collapsible Cabriolet