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What Do Checker Cabs, Coachbuilt Luxury Cars & Gibson Guitars Have in Common?

If you said Raymond H. Dietrich, then you probably don’t need to read the rest of this article. But if you didn’t, let’s continue… Meet Ray Dietrich Born in 1894, […]

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The Merlin: How Rolls-Royce Teamed up with Packard to Help End World War 2

If you asked a military historian to name the five most important Allied fighter planes of World War II, you can bet they’d include the North American P-51 Mustang and […]

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7 Lesser-Known Times Automakers Helped the War Effort

During World War II, nearly every domestic industry adapted its operations to assist the War Effort. For some companies, that simply meant rationing raw materials, but others (namely those in […]

1953 Packard Caribbean convertible
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Video Feature: LS-Powered ’53 Packard Caribbean

Bob’s 1953 Packard Caribbean convertible was already unique. Then he dropped an LS3 engine and 4L65E tranny in it, and topped it off with special “Packard”-etched coilover covers and valve […]

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Photo Gallery: Studebaker/Packard Show 2013

Several Studebakers and a number of other rare independents, including Packard and Nash, were on display this past weekend at Summit Racing near Akron, OH for the company’s annual Studebaker/Packard […]

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Photo Gallery: The Packard Edition

The first Packard automobile was built in 1899 in Warren, OH—which is pretty close to OnAllCylinders’ home base. At the time, the Packard family was running an electric company, and they […]