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1907 Packard Model Thirty Touring / 3634 Vehicle Information

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

1907 Packard Model Thirty photograph

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Sold for $305,000 at 2016 Mecum : Monterey.
The new Model 30 (also known as the Model U) for 1907 cemented Packard as a true luxury automobile maker, creating, with Peerless and Pierce-Arrow, the 'Three Ps' of prestige in American automobile manufacturing. Packard was the only member of the Three Ps to survive the Depression, but only because it diversified into medium-priced cars. Still, Packard continued to lead the American luxury segment after World War II and was out sold by Cadillac only once before 1950.

The Model 30 is a four-cylinder car built in several series from 1907-1912. Along with the smaller Model 18 (1908-1912), it was Packard's last four-cylinder automobile. It was also Packard's only offering from 1907 and 1908. It would eventually be replaced by the Packard Six.

The redesigned T-head, water-cooled four-cylinder engine displaces 431.9 cubic-inches and produces 30 horsepower at 650 RPM with a rear-mounted three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle and live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, two-wheel mechanical brakes sitting on 123.5 inch wheelbase. The redesigned linkage in the transmission allowed the reverse gear to be activated with the regular gear-shift. Since 1904, all previous Packards had a separate lever for the reverse gear.

The Packard Model 30 was offered with both closed and open bodies. Prices when introduced started at about $4,200 for the open models and went up to $5,500 for the limousine and $5,600 for the luxurious landaulet model. The long list of standard equipment includes oil lamps, a full tool kit and a pair of extra demountable rims. The closed cars also included speaking tubes, adjustable ventilators, and a dome light that features its' own separate battery. Also included were a speedometer and an air-pressure gauge.

This seven-passenger touring car is a fine example of the understated elegance and beautiful craftsmanship for which Packard would become known. This is the 28th oldest Packard known to exist. It is one of 1,403 Packard's produced in 1907. It is a former AACA Award Winner including Preservation in 2012.

Leonard Davis performed a six-year restoration on the car in 1976. It is finished in Maroon with Gold striping. There are brass headlamps and trim, 16-inch Sterling steering wheel, red spoke wheels, Dunlop tires including two spares, and a known ownership history since 1955.


2016 Mecum : Monterey

Sale Price :
USD $305,000

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1907 sales)
1907 Packard Model 30 Touring
Chassis#: 3634
Sold for USD$305,000
  2016 Mecum : Monterey
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1907 Packard Model 30 'U' 7-Passenger Touring Car
Sold for USD$330,000
  2015 Morphy Auctions : Premier Automobile Sale
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1907 Packard Model Thirty's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1907 Packard 30hp Gentlemans Roadster51752008 The Richard C. Paine Jr. Collection $300,000$400,000
1907 Packard Model 30 2007 Bonhams, An Important Sale of Collectors' Motorcars and Automobilia $350,000$450,000

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1907 Packard Model Thirty vehicle thumbnail image  1907 Packard Model Thirty vehicle thumbnail image  
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