Four classic Packard automobiles were on display in what was the J. Arch Butts Packard Building at 1525 East Douglas. The imposing structure is now home to GLMV Architecture, Inc., which renovated the structure and hosted the open house.

On display was a  classic 1935 Packard Phaeton, 1936 Packard 120B Sedan, a 1940 Packard Formal Club Sedan, 1939 Packard Limousine.
Four classic Packard automobiles were on display in what was the J. Arch Butts Packard Building at 1525 East Douglas. The imposing structure is now home to GLMV Architecture, Inc., which renovated the structure and hosted the open house. On display was a classic 1935 Packard Phaeton, 1936 Packard 120B Sedan, a 1940 Packard Formal Club Sedan, 1939 Packard Limousine. The Wichita Eagle
Four classic Packard automobiles were on display in what was the J. Arch Butts Packard Building at 1525 East Douglas. The imposing structure is now home to GLMV Architecture, Inc., which renovated the structure and hosted the open house. On display was a classic 1935 Packard Phaeton, 1936 Packard 120B Sedan, a 1940 Packard Formal Club Sedan, 1939 Packard Limousine. The Wichita Eagle

Preserving a bit of Packard history

May 12, 2012 5:00 AM

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