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The National Packard Museum is located in Warren, Ohio, the birthplace of the Packard automobile. The museum, which opened in 1999, contains a rotating display of original Packard autos, artifacts and documents detailing the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motorcar Company, and the Packard Electric Company. The purpose of the museum is "to preserve and recognize the Packard legacy and influence on modern transportation."
The 1st Packard was built in 1899 by the New York and Ohio Company which evolved into the Packard Motor Company in 1902.
Photos in this gallery were taken over a period of time...including some from various special events including two motorcycle shows plus the outdoor antique car show held each summer.