Packard F Rear-Entry Tonneau

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F Rear-Entry Tonneau





The Packard Model F was the last single-cylinder car made by the Packard Motor Company. It had some major advances, including a new 3-speed transmission. When it competed in an economy contest, the Model F averaged 27.5mpg. It was the most expensive Packard till then, costing $2,500 in 1902(the price was lowered to $2,300 in 1903).

Model F was a vastly changed car and marked the beginning of Packard's change from buggy-type to automobile. A rear tonneau was available, wooden artillery wheels were used, and the transmission was now a three-speed selective. Acetylene headlights were added, the side oil lamps being retained.

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