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From the beginning, Packard was a leading manufacturer in the high-priced luxury American automobile market. Yet they produced trucks as well, and from 1905 to 1923 put over 40,000 units on the road. These were the heavy haulers of their day, capable of carrying at least a ton of cargo, sold off the back of their famous “ask the man who owns one” slogan.
- Packard built cars from 1899 to 1958, and trucks from 1905 to 1923
- 1 ton trucks were introduced in 1915 with the “ID” model
- The “ID” model evolved into the Model E in 1916 and was built thru 1919
From 1905 thru 1923 Packard built 40,000 trucks ranging from 1 ton to 6 ½ tons