1914 Packard Model 2-38, 7 Passenger Phaeton

About this vehicle

The Packard Motor Company was established in 1899 in Warren, OH by brothers James Ward and William Dowd Packard. The company set out to build the finest quality luxury cars possible. They moved the company in 1903 to Detroit. Through the years Packard introduced many innovations including the steering wheel, the powerful and smooth-running V-12 engine, and modern air conditioning. Following an ill-conceived merger with Studebaker, Packard production ceased in 1958. This model at the Elliott was owned by Ralph Evinrude in the 1950s. As far as we can determine, there are presently only three (3) 1914 Packard Touring cars available in the world.



  • Engine: 6-cylinder, 415 cubic inches, side valve
  • Horsepower: 601
  • Transmission: 3-speed sliding gear
  • Original Price: $3,750