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  • 1939 Packard in official reception parade for King George VI & Queen Elizabeth in Washington, D.C.

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1939 Packard three-quarter right front view, top folded, during a parade, crowds lining street, police officers on motorcycles next to car, another car in background, seven other men walking behind car. Inscribed on photo back: 1939 Packard twelve, model 1708, seventeenth series, 12-cylinder, 175-horsepower, 139-inch wheelbase, 5/6-person special parade car, built for White House fleet. Official reception parade in Washington D.C. for their m…

  • 1939 Packard super eight in reception parade during King George VI & Queen Elizabeth's visit to Canada, spring 1939

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1939 Packard left side view, during a parade, crowds lining street, sign on building reads "God Save our King & Queen." Inscribed on photo back: 1939 Packard super eight, model 1705, seventeenth series, 8-cylinder, 130-horsepower, 148-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring sedan/limousine (body type # 1271/0), car #4. Reception parade for King George VI & Queen Elizabeth's state visit to Canada, spring 1939, Montreal. Original photo by Associated S…

  • King Faruk I of Egypt inspecting his troops in the royal palace convertible, a 1939 Packard convertible sedan

    8x10 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of a 1939 Packard three-quarter front right view, top folded, soldiers lining side of road, four uniformed men in car. Inscribed on photo back: 1939 Packard twelve, model 1708 (produced 9/20/1938-8/8/1939), seventeenth series, 12-cylinder, 175-horsepower, 139-inch wheelbase, 5-person convertible sedan (body type # 1253). With the danger of war spreading to the near east this view of King Faruk I of Egypt inspecting his troops assumes u…