PACIFIC NORTHWEST PACKARDS
Dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of Packard automobiles and their history. To provide a source for exchanging information and related materials. To offer events, tours and exhibitions for the benefit of all members. We are proud sponsors of the Packard Proving Grounds Historic Site.
Welcome Packard Enthusiasts!
We are Pacific Northwest Packards, a region of The Packard Club, also known as Packard Automobile Classics.
Founded in 1953, PAC has chapters throughout the world dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Packard motor car, one of the greatest marques in the history of the automobile.
Pacific Northwest Packards includes more than 100 members, who lovingly maintain Packards spanning many decades of production. Our members reside primarily in Washington State and British Columbia, Canada, but our ranks include Packard buffs in Oregon, Montana and Minnesota.
In the fall of 2013, the former Pacific Northwest Region of Packards International Motor Car Club (which was founded in 1971) disbanded in order to join forces with Pacific Northwest Packards and create a larger, more energetic club.
Our current officers include Gene Stout, director, webmaster and historian; Neil Holden, assistant director; Lorraine Linden, secretary; Carolyn Berg, treasurer; Jan Taylor, membership; Jim Linden, editor; Greg Brown, publisher; and John Sauser, projects.
Please join us in honoring the legacy of the Packard automobile in the Pacific Northwest. When you join our region, you’ll have access to technical information and special products that keep our Packards running, as well as the fellowship of car buffs who still live by the slogan, “Ask the Man (or Woman) Who Owns One.” And you'll receive our bi-monthly newsletter, The Traveler.
Gene Stout, Webmaster and Director of Pacific Northwest Packards