1928 Packard Town Car Rental
Here at Nationwide Limousine Service, our unique selection of antique autos are steeped in rich history, which is one of the main reasons why we love them so much. Today we are overjoyed and excited to announce the newest addition to our elite fleet of classic car rentals: the 1928 Packard Town Car! As one of Packard's first luxury vehicles to feature an eight-cylinder engine, the 1928 Packard is a four-door sedan-style town car with so many one-of-a-kind features that you’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time.
The definition of sleek, stylish, and a little bit sporty, the 1928 Packard town car is simply perfect for any special event or occasion, including:
- Anniversary celebrations
- Bachelor & bachelorette parties
- Birthday surprises
- Corporate events
- Holiday parties
- Sporting events
- Sightseeing tours
- Winery & vineyard tours
- Wedding day transportation
- ...and so much more!
Book This Packard Town Car Today!
As a locally-owned and family-operated luxury livery company, Nationwide Limousine Service has been the leading provider of premier ground transportation services to San Francisco and the greater Bay Area for over thirty-four years. If you would like additional information about our brand new 1928 Packard town car rental, please submit your request on our website or contact our office directly at (800) 339-8936 to speak with a classic car specialist.
History of the 1928 Packard Town Car
Built from the ground up by two brothers and a combined dream, James Ward Packard and William Dowd Packard joined forces to create their very first single-engine buggy-style vehicle back in 1899 and the Packard Motor Car Company was born. After years of hard work and dedication to their craft, the Packard brothers revolutionized the consumer car industry with the release of the Twin Six in 1916 which came complete with a V-12 engine - something that had never been done before.
For nearly six decades, the Packard Motor Car Company produced some of the most beautiful cars in the country while frequently facing fierce competition from other well-known luxury automotive brands including Cadillac and Rolls-Royce. However, in 1956, the Packard Motor Car Company simply could not keep up with its industry rivals any longer and their last luxury vehicle rolled off the production line in Detroit, Michigan.
1928 Packard Town Car Photo Gallery
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