Packard 1-48 Six Runabout

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1-48 Six Runabout





The new Packard Six, as it was called, was introduced in April 1911. A T-head engine, rated at 48hp, was cast in three blocks of two, mounted on an aluminum crankcase. With bore and stroke of 4.5 x 5.5 inches it displaced a whopping 525 cubic inches and developed 74 horsepower when measured on a brake. Bosch dual ignition, both magneto and battery, was used, along with Packard’s own float-feed carburetor with automatic mixture control. The designation “1-48” was retrospectively applied when the model’s successor, the 2-48, was introduced in June 1912.

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